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Aggressive U.S. Posture (and lunacy)

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Does American foreign policy possess a specific DNA? It would seem so. It doesn’t matter who the president is. It doesn’t matter which party controls the White House. One can easily ask the following question: Is Trump’s time in office serving George W. Bush’s third term or Barack Obama’s third term? The neocons are firmly in the saddle. [As you may know, this station, RT, had to register as a 'foreign agent.' It is one of my 'go to' sites. Peter Levelle is great, imo, even though he calls himself conservative; I too am 'uber conservative' in things that matter.]

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