Top Military Leaders Who Advise President Trump Speak Out Against Racism Military chiefs denounce racism, hate after violence at Virginia white nationalist rally The generals’ responses came after President Donald Trump’s assertion during a press conference Tuesday that “both sides” were to blame for the clashes. Pentagon officials said the chiefs’ statements were not responses to the president. “We’re always stronger together,” Goldfein wrote. Lengyl added: “Our diversity is our strength.” Trump wasn't saying good things about all the Nazi's. Only the "fine" and "good" Nazi's..