The foreign policy establishment has largely shunned President Trump, but a new report from a veteran diplomat now at the Council on Foreign Relations argues that Mr. Trump deserves more credit than he is generally given for his foreign policy successes during the first half of his term. The 68-page
Trump has lost control of Saudi policy
As the lawmaking arm of the federal government, Congress is authorized by the Constitution with crafting policy for the country. This applies to both domestic and foreign policy — at least this is how our government is designed to function.
His Yemen veto shows that he will do everything he can to keep an unjust and horrific war going for as long as possible when it is within his power to end U.S. involvement.
Retrospective bias vs. negativity bias.
They must sound more knowledgeable and confident.