NO DIFFERENCE BETWEEN TRUMP’S AND HILLARY’S FOREIGN POLICY SOLUTIONS: WSJ EDITORIAL REPORT

Posted on September 26, 2016

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WSJ Editorial Report last weekend, Mary O’Grady: “I think Trump has the upper hand here and not because he not because he has a really good plan to deal with any of this but because he has been more forceful in the idea that he is going to go after the problem aggressively. And Hillary has really two things she wants to do. One she talks about an intelligence search, it’s a little hard to believe coming from a democrat, I mean these are the people so much opposed to the use of the FISA court… and she says she doesn’t want to fight them overseas, first she said she was in favor of troops, now she’s against troops.”

If you’re looking for policy solutions you’re not going to get them from either one of these candidates. I’m just saying that as a figure on the stage he is going to come off as the guy who has the forceful, as Bill says, approach to the problem. That he is going to do something about it and he is not going to let political correctness stop him.”

Moderater, Paul Gigot: “I really don’t see much difference between Trump’s and Hillary’s position.”

What about pay for play, Benghazi, increased refugees…? Which candidate is more committed to the American people?

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