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May 5, 2017 8:00pm EDT
into two categories. the one criticism is that he starting to follow the path of george w. bush by engaging the middle east. that was an early criticism. a contingent of trump supporters felt that he is being swayed by various devices. is very difficult to know what the advisors are saying. i know steve van very well. his views line of very closely the trump administration specific actions. you can point to one or two fights he probably lost. on foreign policy, i have not seen anything that is at odds with steve's own beliefs. it is hard to know who is having this gushing. discussion. continuing certain aspects of previously existing policies so the trump administration was careful to say we are not using lots of ground troops. the other issue is from the pro-israel community. there was this sense when trump took office of the anything was possible. this terrible relationship that had come about over eight years with obama, the deterioration of ties between the governments, could be reversed.more than that that reset thed really chessboard in the middle east. there is some criticis
CSPAN
May 9, 2017 3:58pm EDT
george w. bush by engaging in the middle east. that was an early criticism that happened right after the syrian air strikes. it was contingent of strumtrump supporters that felt he was swayed by various adviceors. it's difficult to know what the advisors are saying. i don't think anyone can presume to know on foreign policy what steve bannon's views are. his views line up closely with the trump administration in terms of the action. so it's very hard to read the tea leaves in terms who have is having what discussions and so i don't even bother. continuing certain aspects of existing policies and so the trump administration was careful to say we're not sending lots of ground troops there. so they kind of nulified that for a while. i did some writing about israel and the israeli conflict and there was this sense when trump took office that anything was possible. that this terrible relationship that had come about over eight years of obama deterioration of ties between the two governments could be reversed. it could reset the chess boards in the middle east. there is criticism he's fall
the 2000 election. george w. bush ran on a very conventional conservative foreign-policy. there were borders constructed in 2000 and those borders and haded on 9/11 significant political flux ability and had a narrative around the war on terror. that you are with us or against us. we crafted a strategy around that narrative. it led us to the overreach in in a way,arack obama, was the counter narrative and barack obama's foreign-policy, like it or not, was what he advertised in the campaign in 2008, he largely delivered as a foreign-policy during his eight years in office and as we are seeing now, donald trump in his first 30 days has very much tried to act on his major elements of his campaign rhetoric. he is moderating in some areas , talk talked about a ban about a wall, and he was a skeptic on multinational trade and he eliminated those -- the transpacific partnership. as george w. bush said, elections matter. host: phone lines are open. kathleen is up in dayton ohio, line for democrats. >> good morning. mr. crowley, i have read many things you have written but anyway, i work
. george w. bush ran on a conventional conservative foreign-policy. there were borders that were constructed in 2000 but the borders of that operated on 9/11 and he had significant political had a narrative around the war on terror. you are either with us or against us. and he crafted a strategy around that narrative. that led us to the overreach in a rock. and barack obama was the counter narrative. and obama's foreign policy, whether you like it or not, was he advertised in the campaign in 2008, he largely delivered as foreign-policy in his office. in his first 30 days has been very much trying to act on his major elements of his campaign rhetoric. he is moderating in some areas but he talked about a band and he has lamented the wall. skeptic on multinational trade and he has eliminated the transpacific partnership. so as george w. bush said, elections matter. host: phone lines are open and kathleen is up first in ohio on the line for democrats. caller: good morning. i have read so many things you have written. of hours forreds obama and when he appointed hillary clinton as sec
away from using saint george one attacks. there are more ways they use virtual support and online connections with people in the west area. testified thaton in 25th teen we found one of the largest training camps and had to launch an assault to take it out. the obama administration has ind there were 100 people afghanistan. in that camp we found more than that. people have talked about there being 20 different terrorist organizations in that region. forces part of the situation. the taliban's goals are unlikemurder americans, al qaeda. the goal has been limited to afghanistan. they don't want to come here and rule us. host: let's move on to north korea. to be tough talk against kim jong in work? missiles no initial attack at lomb. if guest: i'm not sure i would call it a victory. it's short term to see if his psychology has changed. i was surprised to see secretary tillerson sadie is used restraint. we will see over time if you still assassinating his foreign airports. tougher a move to get sanctions. we assume that we had this popular -- posture isolation. it has never been subje
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