In his speech at the NATO headquarters in Brussels Thursday, President Donald Trump seized the opportunity to publicly call out the member nations that are “not paying what they should be paying and what they’re supposed to be paying for their defense.” But rather than dunning NATO members for what they owe, the president should be talking about the United States resigning from the club altogether.
The dictator-dominated United Nations is in a panic, claiming that it will be “impossible” for it to continue its allegedly “essential work” under budget cuts outlined in President Donald Trump's proposed budget for next year. While the proposed cuts to U.S. taxpayer funding of the UN are not quite the 50 percent rollbacks previously discussed by the administration, the savings could nevertheless play a significant role in reining in the out-of-control UN. All funding for UN “global warming” schemes, for instance, would be slashed. However, globalists in Congress and the establishment media are already howling, ensuring a battle ahead as the UN meddles more and more in U.S. affairs.
Senator Rand Paul will introduce a measure to vote on the $110 billion weapons sales agreement President Trump signed with Saudi Arabia during his recent visit there.
“Arab NATO”? President Trump links arms with Arab sponsors of Sunni-aligned terrorists, with the supposed aim of combatting Iran and its Shia-aligned terrorists.
Will Trump's Middle East trip lead to peaceful relations between Israel and some of its Arab neighbors?
The U.S.-led coalition waged an air strike against a pro-Syrian militia saying “it appeared” the Syrian forces were poised to attack an area that included U.S. advisors.
Anonymous Trump administration officials are claiming, off the record, that President Trump did not share classified information with the Russians because he is too hasty and inept to know the information to begin with.
As the beleaguered White House continues to fumble its way through the escalating scandal of whether or not President Trump revealed sensitive, classified intelligence to Russian officials in last week’s Oval Office meeting, Russian Vladimir Putin has offered Congress a copy of the transcript of that meeting as proof that he did not.
When President Donald Trump met with Russian officials in the Oval Office last week, he went “off script” and revealed sensitive, classified intelligence, according to a report by the Washington Post. If the report — which cites unnamed “current and former U.S. officials” — is accurate, this may be very bad news for both national security and future intelligence-gathering efforts.
A North Korean parliamentary committee sent a letter to the U.S. House protesting a bill to impose sanctions on Pyongyang and threatened to speed up its nuclear program.
President Donald Trump has approved a Pentagon plan to directly arm the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) — a group of Syrian Kurds with direct ties to an Islamo-Marxist terror group — in the fight against the Islamic State. The decision is sure to add insult to injury in already strained relations between the United States and Turkey.