September 21, 2017

Ryan Mauro: Trump's foreign policy disappoints supporters

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

On last night's showRyan Mauro, Security Analyst for The Clarion Project, joined me to discuss President Trump's speech at the UN and his policy on fighting radical Islam.

Trump campaigned on taking a tough stance against Islamic terrorism, but his actions since being elected have been disappointing. Demonstrations in support of the Muslim Brotherhood remain legal, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is opposing independence for Kurdistan (an enemy of ISIS), and the Iran deal has been certified twice.

Trump's made a lot of good points in his speech to the UN but it remains to be seen if his words will be followed by actions.

You must be logged in to comment. Click here to log in.
commented 2017-09-21 20:59:09 -0400
Good talk from Trump, but will they let him act on any of it?
commented 2017-09-21 13:56:33 -0400
Ezra, under normal conditions it would be better to have people like Steve Bannon and Gorka in the White House. However in this case, Bannon has the new ability to talk to 50 million Breitbart people where as in the White House he was completely restricted to talking to the press or the voters.
It can be compared to Trump himself using Twitter to talk to millions, now Bannon and hopefully Gorka can also inform millions. That’s millions ahead of the other way.