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After Donald Trump's "major" foreign policy address, the chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Republican Bob Corker, announced that he was very impressed, extolling "the broadness, the vision" of the speech.Trump is against humanitarian interventions, but implied that we should have intervened to help embattled Christians in the Middle East.Mostly Trump's speech was populist pandering masquerading as a strategy.Donald Trump is a Jacksonian.The Jacksonian Tradition quite neatly describes Trump's foreign policy – though one has to add to it the element of narcissism that is evident in every aspect of the candidate's worldview. Trump has a better idea, a secret plan that will zap the group into oblivion.Welcome to the Trump campaign, of which his speech on foreign policy was only the most recent example.
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