William F. Jasper

A few influential groups have guided American foreign policy for many decades. Now that Trump is the presumed Republican candidate, they’re working to toss him or turn him.

Monday, 12 December 1994 00:00

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Former House Speaker’s “adviser” role at Dentons-Dacheng, Communist China’s main lobbying firm, would be a sure clash with Trump’s China-is-our-enemy message.

For months, globalist Newt Gingrich, a member of the world-government-promoting Council on Foreign Relations for decades, has been positioned by Fox TV as Trump’s main supporter, and now he is the top choice of the neocon establishment to be Trump’s vice president.

Some of the GOP’s establishment pundits and politicos are so anti-Trump they’d rather help Hillary Clinton take the White House.

EU officials have (approvingly) projected that in Europe will receive another three million refugees in 2016 — double the 1.5 million migrants who flooded Europe in the 2015 crisis.

Latest opinion poll suggests Obama’s warning that a vote for Brexit will put the UK at the “back of the queue” for any future trade deal with the United States is being disregarded by British voters — or is actually helping the “leave” side.

Anger and alarm over the impact of the EU’s disastrous migration policies have soured Swedes on the EU.

The 10,000 Muslim migrants labeled as Syrian War “refugees” now being imported by Obama will swell to 10 to 20 times that number — and more — under administration’s new plan of attack.

Obama admits Trans-Pacific Partnership in trouble, hints many congressional supporters are feigning opposition now to please voters, but will flip-flop after elections.

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