‘Abandoned’ U.S. military bases, buildings may be next to ‘displaced’ communities
“It is not a surprise, but it is very disturbing,” Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-Ill.), the top Democrat on the House Armed Services Committee, said in a statement.
“These facilities, which include U.N. and NATO facilities, are a direct threat to U.K. sovereignty.”
Kinzingers office did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The announcement comes after a White House review of U.M.A. and the Army Corps of Engineers announced last week that a proposed new water pipeline in the U.C. Berkeley campus could be the next stop on the route.
The Army Corps has said it is “deeply concerned” about the potential of the pipeline, which would run between a nearby golf course and a water system used by the UB campus.
Trump has expressed support for the pipeline in recent weeks, tweeting in August that the Army would be a “fantastic” ally to the U-M.
“If this pipeline goes through, I will be a great supporter.”