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army Gen. Jack Keane, board chairman at the Institute for the Study of War and a former Army vice chief of staff, recommends forming two separate safe zones for displaced Syrians near the Turkish and Jordanian borders in Syria.
According to former Vice Chief of Staff of the United States Army General Jack Keane, the nuclear deal did something much worse than simply open Iran's financial flood gates.

Clinton looks to Gen. Jack Keane as her key military adviser. She also was described in a recent endorsement by ex-CIA chief Michael Morell in The New York Times as being strongly for military action in Libya and Syria.
Retired four-star general and Fox News military analyst Gen. Jack Keane says disagreeing with President Barack Obama can be dangerous for the careers of military leaders.
And that's a view from people I respect like John Bolton, and General Jack Keane. First you have to develop a strategy.
Clinton looks to Gen. Jack Keane as her key military advisor. She was described in a recent endorsement by ex-CIA chief Michael Morell in The New York Times as being strongly for military action in Libya and Syria.

James Amos, U.S. Marine Corps; Gen. James Cartwright, U.S. Marine Corps; Gen. James Conway, U.S. Marine Corps; Adm. Jonathan Greenert, U.S.
David Petraeus and Gen. Jack Keane. "After 9/11, Clinton saw Armed Services as better preparation for her future," Lander wrote.
David Petraeus and Gen. Jack Keane. "After 9/11, Clinton saw Armed Services as better preparation for her future," Lander wrote.
The military got the message and manipulated intelligence reports from the professional analysts to keep the intelligence in line with the president's public posture.
David Petraeus and Gen. Jack Keane. "After 9/11, Clinton saw Armed Services as better preparation for her future," Lander wrote.
General Jack Keane briefly describes the history and rise of ISIS and its aim in the Middle East. Keane then discusses the concrete steps America should take to defeat ISIS, including partnerships with Sunni tribes and a more comprehensive air war.
When I think of national security expertise, I think of great Americans like Marine Corps Generals Jim Mattis and John Kelly, army General Jack Keane and others who have actually demonstrated the right foresight and temperament under the harshest of ...
Giuliani recommended that Trump seek the advice of retired four-star Gen. Jack Keane and Gen. David Petraeus, adding that he believes Obama's decision to retreat from Iraq gave rise to ISIS.
She also has developed close relations with retired military officers like Gen. Jack Keane, who has rarely seen a country that cannot be improved with U.S.
She also has developed close relations with retired military officers like Gen. Jack Keane, who has rarely seen a country that cannot be improved with U.S.
Clinton's embrace of the generals' plans for Afghanistan underlines her warm -- and, to some, surprising -- relations with some of the more hawkish officers in the U.S military, chief among them retired Gen. Jack Keane, a Fox News analyst, who played ...

Working with the conservative military expert Fred Kagan and the retired army General Jack Keane, Kristol promoted a troop "surge" plan in the pages of the Standard, and took the case to television, from the Daily Show to Fox News.
I recently interviewed former Secretaries of State Henry Kissinger and George P. Shultz, as well as retired four-star General Jack Keane. They all endorsed a full-throated U.S. declaration of war. And they added that with such a declaration, the U.S ...
retired Gen. Jack Keane has also been noted as a possible Trump VP pick. Gen. Keane told the Post, however, that he was not interested in the position.
Beyond Flynn, another name that had been mentioned in campaign talks is retired Gen. Jack Keane, the hawkish former army vice chief of staff.
Beyond Flynn, another name that had been mentioned in campaign talks is retired Gen. Jack Keane, the hawkish former army vice chief of staff.
Beyond Flynn, another name that had been mentioned in campaign talks is retired Gen. Jack Keane, the hawkish former army vice chief of staff.
As retired General Jack Keane, a key architect of the Iraq troop surge, stated: "We had all our intelligence capability there.
Former army Vice Chief of Staff Gen. Jack Keane, who after his retirement was an influential advocate for the "surge" by U.S.
The primary responsibility of the federal government is to keep its citizens safe. Why then are President Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton willing to let thousands of Syrian refugees into our country, especially when leaders of the Islamic State have ...
"What MacFarland is trying to do is again make another change," said retired Gen. Jack Keane, former vice chief of staff of the army.
The reason this advocacy may remain only that: MacFarland & Co. know "what not to ask for because it's not going to happen," said retired Gen. Jack Keane, former vice chief of staff of the army. "It gets cut off because the White House is not going to ...
Keane," he explained. Now retired U.S. Army Gen. Jack Keane served as vice chief of the army until his retirement in 2003.
And suddenly, with a click - a trigger click, the first of who knows how many at the Pulse club - the election campaign turned. And anyone worrying about Trumpian bankruptcies and buccaneering found himself isolated from the mainstream of discussion ...
Clinton's embrace of the generals' plans for Afghanistan underlines her warm -- and, to some, surprising -- relations with some of the more hawkish officers in the U.S military, chief among them retired Gen. Jack Keane, a Fox News analyst, who played ...
... location in a second using this secret technology. Why didn't Hillary just order the use of the transporters to instantly send troops?
Clinton's embrace of the generals' plans for Afghanistan underlines her warm -- and, to some, surprising -- relations with some of the more hawkish officers in the U.S military, chief among them retired Gen. Jack Keane, a Fox News analyst, who played ...
As Gen. Jack Keane pointed out on Fox News on May 16, in Iraq, "Bush won the war. Obama lost the peace." In Afghanistan, it was a similar story.
"When we agreed we were going to do airpower and the military said, this is how it would work, he [Obama] said, 'No, I do not want any civilian casualties,'" [former general Jack] Keane explained. "And the response was, 'But there's always some ...
Lapping the Republican field with by far the most votes anyone has ever garnered in GOP primaries and already edging past Hillary head-to-head, while the clueless La Raza crowd does everything in their power to get him elected, Donald is in serious ...
Clinton's mentor on military affairs, Gen. Jack Keane, was an intellectual architect of the Iraq surge who is a well- compensated member of the military industrial complex.
The Times piece, "H is for Hawk," states that on foreign policy Clinton is to the right of Trump and Cruz and reports that the "greatest single influence on the way (she) thinks about military issues" is retired four-star General Jack Keane, who, aside ...
This same belligerence towards observable reality popped up again when Fiorina accused Barack Obama for forcing Gen. Jack Keane into retirement, even though Keane retired half a decade before Obama was elected president. Once again confronted with ...
Landler notes that Hillary's mentor on defense issues is Gen. Jack Keane, Fox News military analyst, who advocates ratcheting up US military action in the ME and Afghanistan, including putting more boots on the ground.
Among those Clinton cultivated as a senator from New York (between 2001 and 2008) was now-retired General Jack Keane. ("Sometimes he dropped by her Senate office; other times they met for dinner or drinks").
Graham told Kilmeade that Cruz needs to listen to retired four-star Gen. Jack Keane, former vice chief of staff of the U.S.
Earlier this month, during the 11th Republican presidential debate at Fox Theatre in downtown Detroit, Trump was asked whom he would pick to advise him on national security if he became president.
Asked during a debate last week who he trusts on national security, Mr Trump had warm words for three men with world views that differ from one another: former diplomat Richard Haass, and two retired US Army officers, General Jack Keane and Colonel ...
Asked during a debate last week who he trusts on national security, Trump had warm words for three men with world views that differ from one another: former diplomat Richard Haass and retired U.S.
Asked during a debate last week who he trusts on national security, Trump had warm words for three men with world views that differ from one another: former diplomat Richard Haass and retired U.S.
He mentioned retired General Jack Keane as another person he talks to or admires. Keane is a very smart guy, very conservative and very strong on the use of military force.
Asked in the latest debate to name people whose foreign policy ideas he respects, Trump offered General Jack Keane, and mispronounced his name.
Asked during a debate last week who he trusts on national security, Trump had warm words for three men with world views that differ from one another: former diplomat Richard Haass and retired U.S.
Asked in the latest debate to name people whose foreign policy ideas he respects, Trump offered Gen. Jack Keane, and mispronounced his name.


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