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We should give Trump credit for his foreign policy successes

He deserves credit for his foreign policy successes

19 September 2020

9:00 AM

19 September 2020

9:00 AM

Various luminaries from the Republican party have begun turning up on social media, on television and in newspapers urging Americans to vote for the Democratic nominee Joe Biden. One group of foreign policy mandarins recently signed a letter declaring that President Trump has ‘gravely damaged America’s role as a world leader’ by aligning himself with dictators, dishonouring the rule of law, imperilling national security and more.

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Devon Cross is director of the Policy Forum on International Security Affairs.

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