Foreign Policy

One Twitter user told the president that "absolutely everyone knows, 100%, that you have, would, will and do say inappropriate things on a daily basis."
The common belief that Trump will start a conflict on the kingdom's behalf is based on a misunderstanding that a confrontation helps the Saudis.
Ben Rhodes explained why the U.S. has "no obligation" to come to the defense of Saudi Arabia's oil sites.
The Democratic presidential candidate slammed Trump for assuring Saudi Arabia the U.S. is awaiting its direction following an attack on the kingdom's oil supply.
President Donald Trump has fired his National Security Adviser John Bolton.
The former defense secretary said he didn't know the former vice president would launch a bid for the White House.
The former secretary of defense has remained tight-lipped about his views of the Trump administration, saying he wouldn't speak out from "the cheap seats."
A senior North Korean official skewered the secretary of state on Saturday for his "thoughtless" comments and warned the U.S. to not "test" Pyongyang's patience.
Trump tweeted that he didn't want to meet with Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen if she won't consider selling Greenland.
“I call on all of you to go. The occupation is real. Barring members of Congress from seeing it does not make it go away,” Rep. Omar said.
The leader of America's largest Jewish denomination is calling on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to reverse the ban on the two congresswomen.
President-elect Alejandro Giammattei could follow Guatemala's current leader in eroding human rights and targeting the country's democratic institutions.
A divide in the Trump administration is producing nonsensical policies, say former officials and experts.
President Donald Trump's administration says Moscow is in violation of the Cold War-era Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF).
The split by lawmakers with national security backgrounds shows the risk of party fractures growing over foreign policy.
Yousef Al Otaiba of the United Arab Emirates, a confidante of Jared Kushner, said watching Trump speak was "a waste of my time," emails leaked in 2017 showed.
“Donald Trump’s brand of ‘America first’ has too often led to ‘America alone,’” the Democratic presidential hopeful said.
House Democrats are beginning a process to mandate the first formal pressure on Saudi Arabia through a must-pass bill. Sen. McConnell will decide if it survives.
"If anyone thinks this doesn’t hurt America in the short term, in the long run, they are sadly mistaken," the Senate Minority Leader told CNN's Anderson Cooper.
The New York lawmaker called out Trump's foreign policy "theatrics" as driven by his "deep, dark insecurities."