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Demands To ‘Fire’ Austin Surge After Vanishing For Days Amid Fears Of Full-Scale Middle East War

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Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin is not resigning, despite an undisclosed hospital stay.

The Pentagon confirmed that Austin has no plans to leave his post and remains focused on his duties.

Former President Trump called for Austin’s dismissal, citing his absence and performance. (Trending: U.S. State Passes Personal Pronoun Ban)

The Pentagon has provided little information about Austin’s hospitalization, which resulted from complications from an elective medical procedure.

“Secretary Austin has no plans to resign,” Major General Pat Ryder said.

“He remains focused on conducting his duties as Secretary of Defense in defense of our nation.”

“Failed Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin should be fired immediately for improper professional conduct and dereliction of duty,” Trump wrote.

“He has been missing for one week, and nobody, including his boss, Crooked Joe Biden, had a clue as to where he was, or might be.”

“He has performed poorly, and should have been dismissed long ago, along with ‘General’ Mark Milley, for many reasons, but in particular the catastrophic surrender in Afghanistan, perhaps the most embarrassing moment in the history of our Country!” Trump added.

Austin was aware of a strike in Baghdad before being hospitalized and resumed his duties from the hospital on Friday.

The specific details of Austin’s health issues have not been disclosed for privacy reasons.

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