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transpacific partnership, leading allies and others to consider if they should turn to china. he hectored our european partners and left them to fend off russian aggression. following the stop in saudi arabia that contained no tough messages. he visited israel but left unclear his way forward. the budget reduces the state department by 31% while substantially increasing the defense department. i want a strong military, the credible threat of force is a critical element of diplomacy. is gutted, hecy will have to buy more bullets. secretary tillerson along with the white house has not built many of the state department positions leaving us fearless on many fronts. most concerning is the recent wall street journal op-ed, director of the national economic council. this in the world is not a global community. as the new york times said, this is not hardheaded realism. it's a vision of a world with cutthroat competition, zero-sum outcomes, deeply at odds with the most cooperative, rules-based divisions that have motivated america and its allies since world war ii. the petition will not
allies and partners to wonder if they should turn to china although the president back off his total obfuscation of nader, he hectored our european partners and let them to fend off russian aggression. following the stop in saudi arabia that contained no tough messages. he visited israel the left unclear his way forward and, of course, he withdrew from the paris agreement. the president has offered a budget that reduces the state department and usaid budget by 31% while substantially increasing the defense department. i want a strong military. the credible threat of forces is a critical of a successful diplomacy, but as secretary mattis has said, if the diplomacy is guided, he will have to buy more bullets. further, secretary tillerson's along with the white house has not built many of the -- filled many of the positions leading us leaderless on many, many fronts. most concerning is the recent "wall street journal" op-ed by national security adviser mcmaster and director of national economic council calling. they said the world is not a global community but an arena where nations, no
world at the moment. that is not the senate russia and china are not trying to become superpowers, t. putin is trying to reconstruct the soviet union. all of this is true. iran does engage in maligned activities in the region, but imagine how much worse it would be if iran had a nuclear weapon and could project power into the region and deter our and our allies' actions. as a factual matter, reprocessing is not allowed in the iran deal. iran is only allowed extremely limited enrichment, under very strict monitoring. to get this issue out of the way, which we cannot do entirely, i want to be clear that what president obama understood, painfully, was that iran knew how to do what it knew how to do. it had mastered the entire nuclear fuel cycle. we could ball away the facilities, and the president, in fact, commissioned a weapon to do just that, to be able to penetrate the underground facility. theold the iranians, military threat was quite a critical threat of any negotiation. we also understood that if we bombed those facilities, iran would re-create them in two or three years and do
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