Who Benefits Most from President Trump’s Foreign Policy?

Count former Congressman Ron Paul (R-TX) as someone who was at first hopeful of President Trump’s foreign policy plans, but has over the last year become cynical of whatever it is the President is trying to do.

Dr. Paul had hoped that when candidate Trump spoke of being less involved militarily, he actually meant it. However, with US troops back in Iraq and new comments stating we may go back into Syria, the non-interventionists are left to wonder… what is going on?

From the Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity:

Why is President Trump’s foreign policy so incomprehensible? He says he does not want to let the enemies know what he’s doing, but often he does not do what he says. He said we should get out of Syria just a few days ago, but in today’s press reporting he is apparently demanding a new plan to attack Syria. What gives?

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