Today America’s relations with China and Russia stand in worse shape than when President Donald Trump was inaugurated. Did Americans vote for a worsening of relations with near-peer countries? Or did they vote to see these relationships mended and prosperity unleashed? Pat Buchanan asks in “Shall We Fight Them All?” if the Trump policies are what America voted against.
The U.S. military has its work cut out for it. President Trump may need those transgender troops.
Among the reasons Trump routed his Republican rivals in 2016 is that he seemed to share an American desire to look homeward.
Yet, today, our relations with China and Russia are as bad as they have been in decades, while there is open talk of war with Iran and North Korea.
Was this what America voted for, or is this what America voted against?
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