Brandon J. Weichert writes at American Greatness: “For all of the talk of victory, the president offered nothing new, at least strategically, that would achieve that goal.”
“While it is fair to state that political operators, such as Paul Manafort and Carter Page (who are more or less hired guns working for the highest bidder), had some odd dealings in their past with unsavory Russian figures, and while it is also fair to claim that the Trump Organization—a multinational corporation—may have done business with entities linked to Russia, that does not mean that Donald Trump is working in collusion with Russia to advance Russian interests. More important, there is no proof indicating that either Trump or his campaign colluded with Russia to “steal” the election from Hillary Clinton.”
My friend and Mideast expert, Nathan Field, describes why President Trump’s Egyptian policy is a winner.
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.