Once again, the foreign policy establishment’s Praetorian Guard, 250 members and counting, signed an open letter declaring Trump’s Vision of U.S. Foreign Policy “Strategically Reckless.” They warn that his vision, were it to materialize, would weaken America’s alliances and erode its power. The letter lays out nine illustrations of their concern, which you can judge for yourself.
What’s missing from the letter? Two words. Hillary Clinton.
Trump’s vision, the signatories assert, is "strategically reckless.” But no mention is made of Hillary Clinton’s “actual strategic recklessness.”
For example, using an unprotected private email server to send and receive classified email according to FBI Director James Comey.” And then repeatedly lying about it to the point where even the Washington Post gave her ”four Pinocchios.”
Encouraging the overthrow of Libyan leader Muammar Kaddafi, who had made peace with the West and dismantled his nuclear weapons program. Libya has become a hotbed of tribal violence and a base for ISIS training and operations, which is facilitating the spread of radical Islam in North Africa.
ISIS (ISIL, Islamic State) arose as a powerful force on her watch as secretary of state.
Questionable contributions were made to the Clinton Foundation.
How about a little intellectual honesty? Comparing his words with her deeds makes him “strategically reckless?”
The good news is that the multiple open letters of 250 here and 300 there have all been on the losing side of trying to stop Brexit and stop Trump from winning the Republican nomination.