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Trump's recently fired national security adviser fumed about the president's unwillingness to launch another half-cocked war and says U.S. should stay in Afghanistan basically forever.
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He got the boot before managing to start any new wars.
The Trump administration keeps deliberately raising tensions with Iran, risking conflict.
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This is not a battle crucial to American security.
National Security Adviser John Bolton says the U.S.'s withdrawal is conditioned on protection of the Kurds, total elimination of ISIS.
John Bolton makes a pitch for American confrontations with Cuba, Venezuela, and Nicaragua.
"For all intents and purposes, the ICC is already dead to us," Bolton reportedly plans to say.
The new national security adviser embodies the reckless interventionism that Trump criticized during his campaign.
Non-interventionists, consider yourselves repudiated.
Five Horrifically Bad Foreign Policy Ideas That Should Disqualify John Bolton From Being Secretary of State
Calling for the preemptive use nuclear weapons, and other potential catastrophes from America's mustachioed warmonger.
Interview with Rand Paul: 'I Can't Support Anybody to Be Our Secretary of State Who Didn't Learn the Lesson of Iraq'
For the libertarian-leaning senator, just about anybody would be better than John Bolton or Rudy Giuliani.
Senator declares: "President-elect Donald Trump campaigned on changing our disastrous foreign policy. To appoint John Bolton would be a major first step toward breaking that promise."
How does this square with the candidate's stated foreign policies?
Neither, for the record, am I.