The national security threats the behavior of President Donald Trump and his administration have posed to the United States have justifiably been the focus and concern of those members of congress leading the impeachment inquiry. After all, the Mueller report compellingly concluded that the Russian Government “interfered in the 2016 presidential election in sweeping and systematic fashion” and discovered numerous points of contacts between Russia and the Trump associates leading up to, and even after, the 2016 Presidential election. Trump’s recently discovered shenanigans in soliciting the Ukraine government to dig up dirt on his opponent Joe Biden and effectively interfere in the 2020 election.
When the House of Representatives and Europe issue a joint statement condemning Donald Trump and the world's dark forces, you know something is terribly wrong in America.
Republicans, like Rep. Liz Cheney, are blaming Democrats for impeaching Trump and causing him to endorse Turkey's war crimes in Syria.
The US military was not able to extract five dozen high-value ISIS detainees in Syria due to the chaos that Donald Trump has unleashed in the northern part of the country.
While the Turkish continue to deny this history to this day, in 1915 the nation of Turkey engaged in a genocide of the Armenian people. The mass killing reduced the Armenian population from two million to 400,000.
Senate Republicans are not happy with Donald Trump, and today plan to take action that has been described as a “stunning rebuke” of the president.
For weeks now, GOP senators have told Trump not to declare a national emergency to build a border wall. Mitch McConnell and other Republican Senate leaders have completely rejected his national security policy in Syria and Afghanistan.
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:
Conservative New York Times writer Bret Stephens believes that Donald Trump’s withdrawal of U.S. troops from Syria will destabilize the Middle East and hurt U.S. interests there.
In an appearance on MSNBC‘s “Morning Joe,” Stephens said that Trump’s Syria move “will reconstitute the Middle East that we fear, which is to say an exporter of terrorism and instability.”
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday praised Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw U.S. troops from Syria. Putin also said that the American presence in Syria is “illegitimate.”
During his annual news conference with domestic and foreign media, Putin was asked by a U.S. reporter what he thought of the decision by Trump.
The president is facing big legal trouble coming from prosecutors and he has equally serious political trouble coming from public opinion, as shown in a new poll from ABC and the Washington Post.
The craziness that comes out of the Trump administration every day is almost too much to keep track of. And his Twitter account still hasn’t been shut down, which should have happened a long time ago in the interests of national security.
Instead of America being aligned with nearly 200 nations across the globe, the United States now stands only with Syria.
The worst fighting since the battle for eastern Aleppo last year is raging in several regions of Syria, causing hundreds of civilian casualties, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said on Thursday.
U.S. senators called on Congress on Tuesday to take back its authority to determine whether the country goes to war, saying recent U.S. strikes in Syria were not covered by existing authorizations for the use of military force.
At a time when stability and competence are more important than ever, we have a president who has none of those qualities – in fact, he's the polar opposite.
After bombing two countries, provoking North Korea, and losing an aircraft carrier, the Trump administration is now picking a fight with Iran.
"And I've got to tell you, though, I've never been so concerned, as I am now, for the state of this country and world relations."
"Can you believe that, with all of the problems and difficulties facing the U.S., President Obama spent the day playing golf" Trump asked in 2014
Trump's isolationist hypocrisy is the least of our problems. It is where that hypocrisy is taking us, and at an ever-increasing pace
Central Command issued a statement calling the careless attack on American allies a tragic episode and said the cause of the 18 Syrian rebels’ deaths is under investigation.