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Follow The Money: General Milley Gets Roles At Princeton, JP Morgan

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Published on: February 18, 2024

Now the money can start rolling in.

If you’re wondering why Gen. Mark A. Milley did it, this is why.

After the walk to the Church of Presidents after BLM attacked the White House and terrorized Washington D.C., Gen. Milley and his people took stock of the political outrage, realized which way the wind was blowing and, as they say in military circles, strategically redeployed himself the other way.

Milley had been bad beforehand, opposing an insurrection declaration that could have helped turn everything that happened in 2020 around, but this marked a major turning point, and this is why Gen. Milley did it. Like most top-level brass, his real career isn’t in the military, it begins afterward.

JPMorgan Chase & Co. brought on retired General Mark Milley, former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, as a senior adviser.

Milley, who spent more than four decades in the US military, will advise the bank’s board of directors, senior leaders and clients on dangers around the world, Chief Executive Officer Jamie Dimon told employees in a memo Thursday.

“His guidance will enable us to better anticipate and navigate geopolitical issues — and other risks and opportunities — that could impact our business and the communities we serve,” Dimon wrote.

Yes, if Milley has a track record of anything, it’s seeing what’s coming next. Next up, Princeton.

Milley joins Georgetown, beginning this semester, as a distinguished fellow in residence with the Security Studies Program in the School of Foreign Service.

Georgetown said Milley will “mentor and engage with students, work closely with program faculty, and offer his insights in events with members of the broader Georgetown community.”

Joel Hellman, dean of the School of Foreign Service, said Milley’s “lifetime commitment to service in the interest of our nation’s security will surely inspire our students and enrich our community.”

There’ll be board memberships, consulting gigs and perhaps his own firm. Now the money can start rolling in.

Article posted with permission from Daniel Greenfield

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