It remains to be seen whether the president’s space policy agenda will pan out. One thing is certain, though: the president failed to achieve his objective of creating a fully independent, robust, and highly capable Space Force. The bureaucracy and the Democrats managed to hem him in. And, it is unlikely that the more ambitious aspects of the president’s space agenda will be enacted in a timely manner — allowing for both the Chinese and the Russians to exploit space for their own strategic ends (and at America’s expense).
“The Trump Administration’s announcement of a Space Force is the first vital step in America’s reclaiming its rightful place as the dominant nation in space. Further, it is the only way to protect critical American space systems that are currently susceptible to enemy disruption and attack. Should those satellite constellations be destroyed or even disrupted, the strategic and economic consequences to the United States are simply too frightful to contemplate.
Space is the ultimate high ground, and whichever force dominates that high ground will dominate the rest of the world. It’s human nature.”
Here is my interview with Christopher Buskirk, co-host of Arizona’s Seth & Chris Show as well as a contributing editor of American Greatness. I discuss the Mike Flynn resignation and where I think President Trump goes from here.
There are five key issues that I expect to be addressed in Trump’s First 100 Days. I describe what they are. For those who know me, I am national security space expert. I have not included that topic here because I am going to dedicate an entire Video Blog to that issue for the incoming Trump Administration.