Way, way back in April of this year, long before we told the world to hold our beer while we took an unexpected leap in the direction of American greatness, Donald Trump gave a foreign policy address in Washington, D.C. People who do not believe Trump has a foreign policy should read it.
An annual conference held in Russia this week has brought together foreign experts and Russian officials who share critical opinions of the United States and Western powers, during a tense time in relations between Moscow and Washington.
Donald Trump apologized for the U.S.-led bombings of Serbia in the 1990s to stop ethnic cleansing by Serb militias against predominately Muslim groups during Bill Clinton’s presidency, according to the Serbian weekly publication Nedeljnik.
Jesse Lehrich, a foreign policy spokesman for Hillary Clinton’s campaign, told Donald Trump to “go f*** yourself” on Twitter during the second presidential debate on Sunday night.
A Republican lobbyist who helped shape Donald Trump’s first major foreign policy speech was at the same time earning thousands of dollars to promote the construction of a natural-gas pipeline on behalf of Russian President Vladimir Putin.