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As a candidate, President Trump leveled the harshest criticism of the Iraq War by any Republican whose last name wasn't Paul. Yet on Thursday ... 11 attacks and during the height of the Iraq War, Republicans were generally unified in supporting the Bush administration's foreign policy. But as the War on ...
After this meeting, McConnell 'would increasingly avoid public criticism of China. ... When Chao was first nominated as Bush's secretary of Labor, noted Chinese dissident Harry Wu shared his reservations about Chang's influence on the Bush administration's foreign policy with China. “I worry about Elaine ...

After this meeting, McConnell 'would increasingly avoid public criticism of China. ... When Chao was first nominated as Bush's secretary of Labor, noted Chinese dissident Harry Wu shared his reservations about Chang's influence on the Bush administration's foreign policy with China. “I worry about Elaine ...
The president has yet to comment on the recent Bush criticism. Not all former Bush advisers are jumping into the current administration. Bush's former top adviser Karl Rove, has been a vocal critic of Trump, and many former Bush foreign policy advisers denounced Trump's views during the campaign.
The president has yet to comment on the recent Bush criticism. Of course, not all former Bush advisers are jumping into the current administration. Bush's former top adviser Karl Rove, for example, has been a vocal critic of Trump, and many former Bush foreign policy advisers denounced Trump's views ...
Feingold was a frequent critic of the Bush administration's war efforts, and he alone pushed to formally censure Bush over his prosecution of the Iraq War, ... had a Republican president, the Democratic Party moved sharply rightward, while many liberal critics of Bush's foreign policy likewise closed ranks.

When in February Jeb Bush announced 21 foreign policy advisers, a list that included 17 people from his brother George W Bush's team, critics scoffed. Why, they reasoned, would voters invite the architects of the Iraq war to resume control of US foreign policy? The premise underlying that criticism – that ...
One of the things that struck me about George W. Bush's foreign policy was that it was clear and consistent, both in goals and in implementation. In policy, you knew what he was for; you knew what he was against. The themes were clear: nonproliferation, counterterrorism, and democracy promotion.
But by including 19 advisers who served under President George W. Bush, or his father, President George H.W. Bush, Jeb risks criticism during the 2016 campaign that he will represent a continuation of his family's legacy on foreign policy. Among his advisers is Paul Wolfowitz, a former deputy U.S. defense ...
“Dogged critics of President George W. Bush's foreign policies suddenly have found that managing the world, and radical Islam, is not as easy as it looked from the outside six or more years ago”. LOL…I think everyone knew that” managing” radical Islam was like “managing” a bull elephant in musk, but ...
He had become a project of sorts. Bush thought he could still draw Moscow more into the Western world by tempering his public criticism and instead pushing Putin gently in private, thus maintaining his influence rather than completely alienating the Russian. When it came time for Putin to host the G-8 in St.
It was an era when not just the Americans but large parts of the world were angry with President Bush's foreign policy. ... He covered the Festival as a journalist from 1955 to 1958, and in those years, he literally brought the roof down at Cannes with his acerbic criticism of French cinema and the kind of ...
One of the things that distinguished Donald Trump from the rest of the crowded Republican presidential field in the 2016 election was his unflinching criticism of the Iraq War. “Obviously the war in Iraq was a big, fat mistake,” Trump said in February 2016. “We should have never been in Iraq,” he added.
Pressed for names, Bannon listed several members of Bush's foreign policy and national security team, including former Vice President Dick ...
Feingold was a frequent critic of the Bush administration's war efforts, and he ... while many liberal critics of Bush's foreign policy likewise closed ranks. ... his criticism of US support for Saudi Arabia and Egypt's dictator, and his ...
In short, for months now, it has been incredibly easy to find critics of ... rallying behind any Trump critic despite that critic's political history and agenda. ... How many outraged by Bush's foreign policy became resigned to the last ...
The mogul further noted that Bush's foreign policy had made the Middle ... On Monday, George W. Bush offered some (similarly fair) criticism of ...

This appears to put him at odds with Mr Trump, who has castigated Mr Bush's foreign policy, especially the Iraq war, which he falsely claims to ...
'Downright reckless': Bush's foreign policy advisers decry Obama's Iran deal ... that included 17 people from his brother George W Bush's team, critics scoffed. ... The premise underlying that criticism – that the Iraq war was a ...
... things that struck me about George W. Bush's foreign policy was that it .... The critics of the framework will say it is a new foolish consistency.
WASHINGTON – Republican presidential contender Jeb Bush has drawn heavily from the administrations of his brother and father in picking ...
He captured his intent with a pithy slogan: "Don't do stupid stuff," clearly implying that Bush's foreign policy was the stupid stuff he intended to avoid. For Rhodes, his foreign policy speechwriter, "Iraq is his one-word answer to any and all ...
The mogul further noted that Bush's foreign policy had made the Middle East a less stable place - at a cost of trillions of dollars and hundreds of thousands of lives.
As such, many critics (such as former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton) responded to the immigration ban with the oft-repeated, ahistorical bromide of, "This is not who we are" (Twitter, @ HillaryClinton, 01.28.2017).
Similarly, Trump rejected Tillerson's request to appoint longtime Reagan and Bush foreign policy aide Elliott Abrams as Deputy Secretary of State.
Many conservative critics back home dismissed it as part of Obama's "apology tour," which included other major speeches in which he denounced past U.S.
The election of Barack Obama as the first black US president excited Americans and people around the world like only few of his predecessors in history, probably only matched by Franklin D. Roosevelt and John F. Kennedy.
What's more important is trying to reach across the aisle and influence Democrats, essentially during the Obama administration, to go along with sort of this Bush foreign policy, and that's what they did. I would describe the foreign policy initiative ...
Just as George W arrived in office with a disdain for nation-building and a team fixated on Iraq, Trump, who campaigned as an isolationist, has assembled a team that is fixated on Iran - and while Bush went to war with his ears pinned back in the wake ...
Critics allege Bolton tried to spin intelligence to support his views and political objectives on a number of occasions. Greg Thielmann, of the State Department's Bureau of Intelligence and Research (INR), ... Thielmann ... Bolton emerges as an ...
The future president - as everyone from his former ghostwriter to critics on both the left and right asserted - was the inevitable byproduct of the political culture of bravado and bigotry that Republican and conservative elites had used to gain ...
The future president - as everyone from his former ghostwriter to critics on both the left and right asserted - was the inevitable byproduct of the political culture of bravado and bigotry that Republican and conservative elites had used to gain ...
Former Vice President Dick Cheney, for example, is considered to have had a large role in shaping George W. Bush's foreign policy. Former Indiana Gov. ... of U.S. workers. Trump has yet to officially announce his choice, but reports indicate that he is ...
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, fresh from a stunning electoral loss, will have to carve out a new role for herself in American life.
Much of the film's criticism came from critics who felt the film's satire did not put George Bush on blast, or that it was too sympathetic to his agenda.
Childishly, he initiated exchanges with critics, like this journalist, and then sent them to what he called "Blocksylvania" if they responded to him.
Most social critics, media pundits, academics and political analysts have gotten Trump wrong. It is not even so much about the rise of Donald Trump.
A recent meme making the rounds on social media transposes the words "Bush foreign policy," "Obama foreign policy," "Trump foreign policy," and "Clinton foreign policy" over the shocking photo of Syrian child Omran Daqneesh.
Most social critics, media pundits, academics and political analysts have gotten Trump wrong. It is not even so much about the rise of Donald Trump.
Trump's criticism of the Iraq War is bold, especially given the fact that he is the Republican candidate. Trump rightly terms Bush's foreign policy a disaster where "logic was replaced by foolishness and arrogance." Trump is also making an oft ...
Trump has also said that he was among the first and chief critics of the war, another claim that is not substantiated. The public record shows that he grew increasingly critical of the war as it ... Hillary Clinton's 2002 vote authorizing the Iraq war ...
... is lambasted for not spending enough time discussing the respective candidates' actual policies. This year in particular, we're seeing a lot of media critics take reporters (and, to some extent, the electorate) to task for not focusing on what each ...
In this week's episode of KCRW's "Scheer Intelligence," Truthdig Editor in Chief Robert Scheer speaks with journalist and libertarian Matt Welch about what it means to be a libertarian, how the Libertarian Party has grown during the 2016 presidential ...
... had a great news day on Wednesday. Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, an outspoken critic of both major-party nominees this year, called for Johnson and his running mate on the Libertarian ticket, Bill Weld, to be included in the presidential ...
Barack Obama's relative inaction in the Middle East will shape - and, perhaps, taint - his legacy, an ironic twist to a presidency conceived in part by his own criticism of his predecessor's military overreach in the region. The outgoing commander in ...
While the balance of the news coverage in the past week has been positive since Donald Trump brought on Breitbart executive Steve Bannon and conservative pollster Kellyanne Conway to head his campaign, there has also been more than his fair share of ...
"When you're reaching out to one of the architects of the George Bush foreign policy or the Iraq War named Rice, that is not a way to prove to the base Democrats across America that you're fighting for progressive values.
The Iraq Inquiry, informally named after its chair, Sir John Chilcot, levelled harsh criticism against former Prime Minister Tony Blair, who it said relied on flawed intelligence and legal advice.
As the parties national conventions draw nearer, Clinton has not only increased her lead in national polls but has also gained some unexpected praise from security-minded Republicans and from critics of the Obama administration's foreign policy ...
While the elder Kristol acknowledged that McCarthy was a demagogue, he also thought that liberal critics of the red-baiting senator were worse.


 

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