Trump’s Foreign Policy: Build Roads & Bridges in U.S, Not Afghanistan for Drugs!

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by Thinker

For to long, American tax dollars have flowed around the world for everything from $38 billion in aid for rich Israel who bombs the Palestinians, underground bases, military exercises for fun, new weapons for wars, and taking care of illegal immigrants before its own citizens. A system that by looking at history has been corrupt from the core and continued to grow after the murder of President John F. Kennedy. How long will Americans stand by, not supporting the actions of the POTUS who only wants transparency and “TRUTH.”

Donald Trump is putting the people of the country he is Commander and Chief of first…and there are those who call themselves Americans who never wanted that to happen!!!

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Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) told Breitbart News in an exclusive interview on Wednesday that America should be building roads and bridges in America, not Afghanistan. “I’m tired of spending $50 billion a year in Afghanistan building roads and bridges over there where I would rather build roads and bridges here,” Paul told Breitbart News Deputy Political Editor Amanda House during a wide-ranging interview that included President Donald Trump’s push to advance an America First foreign policy,

A study from Brown University released on Wednesday found that American taxpayers spent $5.9 trillion in military action in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Pakistan since 2001, which is $2 trillion more than all federal government spending during the 2017-18 fiscal year.

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The Kentucky Republican contended that President Trump “truly believes in America First foreign policy,” however, he warned that some of his advisors have advocated against his foreign policy vision. “I think that some of the people [Trump] surrounded himself with are really part of the foreign policy swamp that believes that war is always the answer,” Paul cautioned. “When I talk to the president, I hear that we have been at war too long in Afghanistan.

When I talk to him, I hear that his initial response is that we do:…ghanistan/


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