You would think the latest comments from President Trump pointing out that the U.S. may not be so innocent, would have progressives and the hard-left wing of the Democratic Party cheering.
There was a time when the anti-war movement and those who have held American foreign policy in contempt would be drooling over such an admission from the President.
But the reaction from both the left, the right, and the media has been quite something.
Watch as I take a look at a few examples of American foreign policy and the Trump derangement Syndrome infecting the left and the media who are making this all about Trump cozying up to Putin and Russia.
And frankly, the neoconservative wing of the GOP need to recognize they were soundly defeated in the primaries when an anti-war, non-interventionist Trump won, and established a new direction for the GOP on foreign policy.
This is why I like President Trump. He’s a pure populist and it’s refreshing that a Republican doesn’t feel bound by his party’s past positions on foreign policy that clearly failed when we look at the war in Iraq.
The problem is when you have a dishonest media acting as an opposition party rather than giving the public the news without any conjecture, the battle becomes even harder for Trump and his administration.