Many people have a wrong opinion about President Trump. We don’t blame them, the mainstream media can be quite successful when it comes to brain washing. But, there are people who sooner or later realize the truth, and decide to openly express their experience. This is such case:
“President Donald Trump is doing the right thing in foreign policy. And he is doing it well. I owe the president an apology, because I didn’t believe he would follow a foreign policy that would advance our interests and our values.
I am guilty of having made assumptions. Having listened to Trump’s public statements before becoming president, I assumed the following: (1) A Trump administration would refuse to support NATO, putting the security of the free world at risk by tempting the Russians to attack Europe; (2) Cries for human rights would fall on deaf ears, debasing our moral standing and creating an atmosphere where evil regimes could commit ever-greater atrocities with impunity; (3) Trump would be susceptible to disinformation that confuses the pursuit of American foreign policy objectives.
I have never been so happy to have been proven wrong.
Far from weakening NATO, Trump has expanded it. By shepherding the admittance of Montenegro into the alliance, Trump has ensured that NATO now commands the entirety of Europe’s Mediterranean coastline. With the president firmly ‘committing the United States to Article 5’ (Press Conference, 6/9/17), NATO is stronger than ever before. Russia had a fit about it, but Trump did it anyway.
In April, Trump proved that there would be consequences to violations of human rights when he fired 60 missiles at a Syrian airbase to punish the regime of Bashar al-Assad for use of chemical weapons. ‘Years of previous attempts at changing Assad’s behavior have all failed, and failed very dramatically,’ said the president. ‘As a result, the refugee crisis continues to deepen and the region continues to destabilize, threatening the United States and its allies.’ So he acted, and declared in a clear statement of principle that ‘we hope that as long as America stands for justice, then peace and harmony will, in the end, prevail.’
Assad is now afraid to conduct such an attack again. A mere warning from the White House has brought preparations for another chemical attack to a halt.”
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