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*Cue laugh track.*
According to a Pravda-esque article in the New York Times, the two female generals' promotions were delayed for months "out of fear Donald Trump would reject them because they are women."
"The unusual strategy to delay the officers' promotions -- intended to protect their accomplished careers -- was devised last fall by Mark T. Esper, the defense secretary at the time, and Gen. Mark A. Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff," the Times said.
"They both thought the two generals were exceptional officers deserving of the commands. But under Mr. Trump, they worried that any candidates other than white men for jobs mostly held by white men might run into resistance once their nominations reached the White House."
This is what a late-stage empire looks like.
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