Trump guessed that Greece has ISIS prisoners and was immediately corrected by Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis.
Trump tried to threaten Macron with releasing ISIS fighters in France, and the French president humiliated him.
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.”
PALM BEACH, Fl./BAGHOUZ, Syria (Reuters) – Islamic State militants in eastern Syria still held out late on Friday, the U.S.-backed militia besieging them said, after U.S. President Donald Trump said the jihadist group had lost its last scrap of territory.
Donald Trump posted several tweets this morning that directly contradict national security intelligence on several major foreign policy matters, showing that he is doing actual damage to the country.
When Director of National Intelligence (DNI) Dan Coats testified before the Senate Intelligence Committee yesterday, he drew significant media attention by breaking with multiple points Trump has been trying to make in recent days, such as:
Two senior U.S. officials said on Monday that there was no evidence that the shooter who killed at least 50 people in Las Vegas was tied to any international militant group.
Donald Trump tried to claim that he has done more to fight ISIS than Obama, and a former Obama official schooled him on what a real president does.
Last summer, referencing Hillary Clinton, Ryan said: "Individuals who are 'extremely careless' with classified information should be denied further access to such information."
A little over a year ago some high-level person in ISIS penned a treatise explaining precisely what Western nations (America) should do to aid in the terror group’s recruitment efforts. As sure as the Sun rises in the East, Donald Trump took the terror organization’s pleas for help to heart and has religiously followed every instruction to the letter. Now it turns out that Trump’s rejection of science, particularly climate science, is yet another means of “strengthening recruitment efforts” of groups like ISIS and Boko Haram.
Trump's isolationist hypocrisy is the least of our problems. It is where that hypocrisy is taking us, and at an ever-increasing pace
Asked if he thought the Trump administration "encouraged this behavior," McCain's answer was, "I think it probably was partially to blame."
“But these strikes did more than simply punish Mr. Assad and deter future attacks; they have gone a long way to restoring our badly damaged credibility in the world.”
Trump's speech was no different than any other Trump speech we’ve heard, full of bragging, whining and complaints about imagined persecution
President Obama took the plan out of commission and described it “not only as out-of-date but also an inefficient waste of resources.”
Blaming an entire religion for the senseless violence of a few is a whole lot easier than actually knowing what you're talking about.
"We can’t do waterboarding, it’s far too tough! We’re fighting on a different level! we have to be tough...and in some cases pretty vicious"
Republican Paul Ryan thinks Hillary Clinton should apologize for speaking the truth about Trump; or because she is a woman.
It appears that the Obama-led military isn't at all fazed by Trump's ridiculous, fact-free remark.
Hillary Clinton blasted Donald Trump for inaccurately accusing President Obama of being the founder of ISIS.
These reckless, insulting comments have become commonplace for McCain because he cares more about shifting blame than keeping Americans safe.