Back in the time immediately following Donald Trump’s election, the more reasonable (i.e. non-MSM) professional commentators predicted that the Donald was and is savvy enough to gather around him a good team.
Well, here’s a new fisk of President’s Trump’s choices for our leadership in foreign policy, which the Right Angle fellows dub “The A Team”.
I am a regular follower of the conversations among the three Bill Whittle.com analysts, the fellows who comprise the weekly program “Right Angle”.
This is a short but detailed and pithy (not an easy combination) critique of America’s current path in foreign policy. For the first moment in a very long time, I am not ashamed of our country’s attempt at foreign policy.
And by the way, we’re finally dropping some big bombs on Afhganistan’s ISIS, too. It’s overdue… what Petraeus and his p.c. COIN rules of engagement would never, ever have agreed to. Should the Right Angle cover the Afghanistan changes, I’ll post that analysis, too.
Meanwhile, it’s good for Western military morale to watch the perfidious Iran kill off the top (and very skilled) Hezbollah leaders, i.e., their own allies. Teamwork has always been an alien idea in Islam.