Richard J. Danzig and Sean O’Keefe, who were Navy secretaries under Bill Clinton and George H.W. Bush, warned of President Trump, “His values are not those of our military. It will do grievous damage to our armed services if they become so.”
Trump national security spokesman Michael Anton said he "can't say" whether the commander-in-chief of the world's most powerful military has read the 55-page document.
When asked by reporters what he meant by “calm before the storm,” Trump said, “You’ll find out,” before being whisked away.
Clinton laid out a rational plan to solve the North Korea threat and said Trump is being "played" by Kim Jong-un.
This is especially troubling given Trump's utter lack of knowledge when it comes to foreign affairs.
The forum gave voters the closest thing yet to a debate between the two candidates, and the Democratic nominee proved she is best prepared to lead the country.
It appears that the Obama-led military isn't at all fazed by Trump's ridiculous, fact-free remark.
Major Gen. Paul D. Eaton stopped short of calling Cotton and 46 Republicans traitors. As a career military man Eaton used the appropriate label for Cotton's lack of ethics and knowledge of his place as a congressional representative.
A coward leveled blame on President Obama for the plight of Veterans who survived the perils of war only to give up and end their own lives at home.
President Obama used his weekly address to remind us that Thanksgiving is a time to put aside our differences after a hard fought campaign.
An empty suit of a man who couldn't even fake giving a damn about our troops.
Without using a single personal attack, Obama used Romney's disastrous handling of his remarks on the Libya attack to bury the Republican nominee.
John Kerry exposed the Romney-Ryan foreign policy as the neocon shell game that it is, contrasting it with the steady hand of Barack Obama