What’s next for the Trump administration foreign policy after the departure of John Bolton?
What’s next for the Trump administration foreign policy after the departure of John Bolton? What’s next for the Trump administration foreign policy after the departure of John Bolton?Will the Trump Administration go forward with too much carrot for places like North Korea and A-Rod, and not enough stick which apparently Bolton wanted more of Robert Spalding? He helped the president’s course. Your successes, but look what happened here, is that there were major policy differences between the president and the National Security advisor and when this happens, it’s normal and natural for the official who disagrees to move on and that’s what happened here. It’S it’s! It’S nothing Arsenal! It’S the way our government operates. Robert was this a bad beginning, since Bolton and president seem to have different takes on a lot of these hot spots. I think it’s very difficult for the coming up with a different strategy for the last three decades. The really the last three administrations, and so he’s really focusing more on kind of the strategic competition with China, and he spoke about being interventionist. All around Afghanistan and Iraq has had a hard time with the National Security establishment at actually doing that. So I think he’s trying to find the right fit. It’S it’s going to be tough in this town. No because a lot of people think convention possession, post, Cold War, foreign policy, which he’s trying to re-establish we’re going into a bipolar world and we’re really organized for more of a unipolar world right now. Tony play this for you and I’ll get you to react. He made some very big mistakes when he talked about the Libyan model for Kim Jeong Hoon. That was not a good statement to make and it set us back Fred. Your response is going to be looking for a National Security advisor who promotes his America First agenda to keep us out of Wars, to not start new Wars and to engage in negotiations with North Korea with a Ron. The negotiations with North Korea happen successful, they’ve, lower tensions, getting to go shoes with Ron is going to be tough, but it’s something that we have to pursue and I’m sure the presents going to find an a security advisor who will help him accomplish this and you’re On and I’ll get you to respond to very high-level, I think a Ron has a tremendous tremendous potential. Without looking for regime-change, we help that we can make a deal.. We can make a deal that’s going to okay, so that the dealmaker and chief sending a signal, diplomatic, informational, economic. All of those should be brought to bear in this really nice of Chief Diplomat, as as the elected representative of the American people, and so he’s the guy making the decision on how he’s going to greet each of these negatives in their own rights. For the betterment of the American people, call the shots and the rest of the federal bureaucracy get behind him. As a representative of the American people, flights to Brigadier General Robert Spalding Reaction from Hudson Institute’s Brig. Gen. Robert Spalding and former chief of staff of the National Security Council Fred Fleitz.