Trump is driving a wedge right through the Democratic Party, between its moderate and militant wings.
And he blames the excesses of migration, multiculturalism and secularism.
Hopefully not the guys using ‘America First’ as a twisted battlecry for more overseas intervention.
If be believes the Democrats just want to bring down his presidency, why should Trump cooperate with the co-conspirators?
The American people don’t want war with Iran. So who does? You can count them on your fingers.
Once a nation is hooked on cheap goods like a narcotic it is rarely able to break free. But we can try.
He seems bent on provoking Iran, but President Trump would have to own it.
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Biden had to distinguish himself, so he charged President Trump with giving aid and comfort to white racists.
One can’t blame him—he doesn’t want to be a party to his own destruction.
The President may have given Netanyahu all he wanted to win re-election, but he can’t give him Iran.
We should not hand out any more war guarantees to fight Russia when our own southern border is bleeding profusely.
Has the White House thought through the implications of his Secretary of State’s loaded rhetoric?
While Trump was trying to negotiate for peace abroad, the Dems were tearing him to shreds at home.
From Caracas to Tehran, Trump appears to be a caretaker rather than a check on reflexive interventionism.
But the question remains, are U.S. troops on foreign soil the best solution to our foreign policy challenges?
Did anyone think this through?
Question for Trump: Was he aware of Bolton’s request for a menu of targets for potential U.S. strikes? Did he authorize it?