Realism & Restraint
In a rush to stand with the Saudis after the Khashoggi killing, the president whitewashes a war.
Better to bring the troops home on our terms than wait for a debt crisis to do it for us.
In this latest distortion of ‘smoking gun’ satellite images, the media continues its attempts to blow up Trump’s nuke negotiations.
Speaking at TAC’s annual conference, the senator called out MbS, Iran sanctions, and ‘Trump Derangement Syndrome.’ (Watch)
While Pompeo and Mattis talk tough, the Saudis are readying for another offensive designed to starve civilians.
Of course he’s not the first president the arch hawk has convinced to ditch a nuke treaty.
Trump wants to pull out while many GOP senators are opposed. But will they actually stand up for what’s right?
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