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Keith Kellogg says a Trump live speech during riots would make matters worse

Keith Kellogg, who served as Mike Pence’s national security advisor, told the January 6 committee that he advised Donald Trump against holding a live press conference during the Capitol riots. Rep. Adam Kissinger recounted Kellogg’s statement that Trump’s advisors knew his state of mind at the moment and “were worried what he would say in unscripted comments.” July 22, 2022.
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Gen. Keith Kellogg: Russia Has Lost This War

L.T. General Keith Kellogg, Fox News Contributor, Former National Security Adviser To VP Pence joined the Guy Benson Show to discuss the latest developments in the war between Russia and Ukraine and why he believes Russia has already lost the war. Gen. Kellogg explained why he believes Russia has already...
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Tiffany Smiley and Keith Kellogg: We can do more for homeless veterans

Our nation’s military and supporting our veterans have defined each of us. For me, Tiffany Smiley, it was working to enact caregiver reform following my husband’s wounding at the hands of a suicide bomber in Iraq. For me, General Keith Kellogg, it was the dramatic increase of suicides among our homeless veterans.

Keith Kellogg advises Ukraine on who to ask for weapons: ‘Go to Bulgaria, Slovokia and Greece’

Retired Gen. Keith Kellogg joined “Jesse Watters Primetime” on Monday to offer his latest analysis of Vladimir Putin’s war against Ukraine. Kellogg, formerly the national security advisor to Vice President Mike Pence, remarked that if the West won’t let Ukraine have additional MiG fighter jets to fend off Kremlin attackers, they should seek projectile-based help from certain NATO-member countries.

Retired Lt. Gen. Keith Kellogg warns Putin ‘does not bluff’

Ret. Lt. Gen. Keith Kellogg reflected on the Biden administration’s inaction and forecasted the Russian advance into Ukraine Saturday on “Lawrence Jones Cross Country.”. KEITH KELLOGG: It’s pretty simple. We are heading into act II of a multi-act play. It’s probably a Greek tragedy when you look at it. And what I mean by that is, we’re going to reach a point where [Putin’s] got to go into the city of Kyiv, into the built-up areas. He’s probably going to have to go back to the old Soviet-style use of artillery, which will be massive, and start to take down that city. And he’s going to use every weapon he has … which will include cluster-bombs to take down that city. It’s a city of about 3 million.

Lt. Gen. Keith Kellogg: Biden offering Putin a summit is ‘absolute folly’

Retired Lt. Gen. Keith Kellogg urged President Biden to tell Vladimir Putin he is “done talking” and each party should play their own “cards” as tension continues to escalate along the Ukrainian border. Lt. Gen. Kellogg joined “Fox & Friends” to discuss the latest on the Russia-Ukraine conflict, criticizing Biden’s foreign policy strategy as “absolute folly.”

Lt. Gen. Keith Kellogg: There’s ‘not much’ Biden can do to stop the invasion of Ukraine

Lt. Gen. Keith Kellogg told Fox News that there’s “not much” President Biden can do to stop a bigger invasion of Ukraine by Russia. Russian President Vladimir Putin said that he is green lighting a “special military operation” in Ukraine on early Thursday morning local time, and said that “Russian President Vladimir Putin “our confrontation with these [Ukrainian] forces is inevitable.”
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General Keith Kellogg: Putin Is Preparing To Call Biden’s Bluff

Retired Army Lieutenant General Keith Kellogg joins Fox Across America With Jimmy Failla to explain why Russian President Vladimir Putin has felt emboldened to take military action in Ukraine. During an address to the nation on Tuesday, President Biden announced he is imposing new sanctions on Russia. The move is...

Gen. Keith Kellogg: Our military and the alarming disappearance of accountability

Accountability remains one of the most important tenets in leadership and, until recently, was a crucial component to success in the military. Accountability develops trust, demonstrates stewardship, and influences decision-making. By virtue of its necessity, it is interwoven into nearly every aspect of life in uniform. Troop formations, combat success, physical fitness tests, individual performance reports, financial liability investigations for property loss — all are mechanisms and tools of accountability.

Lt. General Keith Kellogg: Milley remained consistent with recommending 2,500 troops stay in Afghanistan

Former VP Pence National Security Adviser Lt. General Keith Kellogg joined "Cavuto: Coast to Coast" Wednesday, asserting Gen. Mark Milley remained consistent with recommending that 2,500 U.S. troops remain in Afghanistan. Kellogg made these comments after top military officials on Tuesday testified that they advised that the U.S. should maintain a presence of at least 2,500 troops in Afghanistan after Biden claimed he was never told.