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Meet Donald Trump's Foreign Policy Advisers
Even though Donald Trump has previously cited himself as his top adviser on foreign policy issues, he has now released a list of some other experts that he leans on. The Republican presidential front-runner said during a "Morning Joe" interview last week that he consults with himself on foreign
White House names possible shortlist for Flynn replacement
President Donald Trump's national security adviser Michael Flynn resigned late Monday ending days of speculation about his fate following reports that he had misled Vice President Mike Pence and other officials about his contacts with Russia
Read an Excerpt from Erik Prince's New Book 'Civilian Warriors'
See author Erik Prince on “This Week” Sunday. Reprinted from CIVILIAN WARRIORS: The Inside Story of Blackwater and the Unsung Heroes of the War on Terror by Erik Prince with permission of Portfolio, a member of Penguin Group (USA) LLC, A Penguin Random House Company....
Netanyahu To Obama: I'm Not Backing Romney
Despite close personal ties to Mitt Romney and recent comments suggesting he was unhappy with the Obama administration's Iran policy, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has reportedly promised the Obama camp he has no plans to "interfere" with the campaign before Election Day. According to
Romney and Netanyahu: Old Friends Now At Center Of Iran Nuke Debate
Theirs is a relationship unlike any other in global politics. Mitt Romney, the Republican presidential candidate, and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu have been friends for more than 35 years. First they were corporate business advisers at the Boston Consulting Group during the Israeli ...
Who's Advising Mitt Romney on Foreign Policy?
With Mitt Romney’s comments on Libya drawing attention today–specifically, his criticism of Obama–it’s worth examining whom Romney listens to on such matters. Dan Senor is one of Romney’s closest advisers on foreign policy. Since Paul Ryan has been selected as the GOP’s vice presidential ...
Was the U.S.-Led Invasion of Iraq Worth It?
I've been covering Iraq for seven and a half years, from the pre-war days when everyone insisted they loved Saddam Hussein to the chaotic aftermath of the fall of Baghdad to the peak of the sectarian madness. Coming back now for the first time in three years, I'm amazed at how calm things are. The
$9 Billion in Iraq Reconstruction Funds Missing
In a little noticed report last week, a US auditor concluded that $8.7 billion in reconstruction aid to Iraq is unaccounted for by the Department of Defense. With Iraq struggling financially as the US withdraws, the vanished money has become a symbol of the dysfunctional American-led rebuilding
The Roundtable: Should Steele Resign?
In a fiery discussion on ABC’s This Week, a powerhouse panel debated the merits of RNC Chairman Michael Steele stepping down after making controversial remarks about the war in Afghanistan. “It’s one thing for him personally to have that point...