donald trump foreign policy

The presidency of Donald Trump is merely accentuating the gradual loss of interest by the United States in the European Union and Europe that had already begun with the end of the Cold War and accelerated with the 9/11 terrorist attacks and subsequent American-led wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Donald Trump's campaign has been short on specifics, but that changed earlier this month when he gave a speech that provided some examples of what his proposed defense buildup would entail.
“He has no clue about the difference between negotiating a business deal and negotiating with sovereign nations.”
Former spy chief Leon Panetta laid out a compelling case against the GOP nominee.
One of the complaints about Donald Trump's presidential candidacy is that he doesn't present detailed plans.
Donald J. Trump, the Republican presidential front-runner, said that if elected, he might halt purchases of oil from Saudi
Trump the candidate is scary enough; Trump in the Oval Office would be far worse. Here would be a man who never apologizes, confronting a world in which we have much to apologize for. Trump would be our Insulter in Chief, the caricatured villain of the world's worst nightmares.
The announcement comes just hours before Trump is scheduled to address AIPAC, the pro-Israel conference, in Washington.
"'Do not go into Iraq. Do not attack Iraq'... I said it loud and clear, 'You'll destabilize the Middle East.'" So the ever-prescient Donald Trump recently recalled of his role in the months before the Bush administration launched its invasion of Iraq.