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Are holding military parades unusual for the USA?
The countries, in General, hold military parades, and they are unusual for the USA?
Plans for President Trump the requested military parade to be moved in the nation’s capital to the front, after the National security Advisor, H. R. McMaster ordered the military to begin planning the event for veterans day, a senior US official confirmed on Friday on Fox News.
Trump has asked the procession from the White house to Capitol Hill on the national holiday, which this year, coinciding with the 100th anniversary of the end of the second world war.
The date of the planned parade: Nov. 11.
Veteran says the military parade is a great way to show support
McMaster wrote a memo for the Pentagon earlier this week, allegedly to say, to put Secretary of Defense James Mattis, per a request by trump, “concepts of operation for this event,” Politico reported, citing a senior administration official.
TRUMP ORDERS THE MILITARY “CELEBRATION” IN WASHINGTON
Inspiration for a military parade in Washington, DC, was supposedly created first, after the President of the Bastille day visited France as the guest of honor in July. Trump admired the Land of festivals, and called the parade “awesome.”
It was a great honor to represent the United States at the great #BastilleDay parade. Congratulations President @Emmanuel Macron! pic.twitter.com/1J4vZiy98y
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 14, 2017
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders confirmed on Feb. 6, trump demanded that the Department of Defense”, you can explore a celebration that all Americans can show their appreciation.”
Sean Spicer slams media criticism of the military parade idea
“President Trump is incredibly supportive of America’s great service members who risk their lives every day to keep our country safe,” she added.
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The President made the order at a meeting with top generals in the middle of January, according to The Washington Post, citing officials.
Fox News’ Jennifer Griffin and Nicole Darrah contributed to this report.