Joe Biden Boasts Life-Long Foreign Policy ‘Expertise’ Despite Disastrous Exit from Afghanistan
Joe Biden’s long record on foreign policy has been criticized for a multitude of mistakes.
Joe Biden’s long record on foreign policy has been criticized for a multitude of mistakes.
Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates says he believed President Joe Biden made a mistake with how he handled the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan.
During a portion of an interview set to air on Sunday’s edition of CBS’ “60 Minutes” released on Thursday, Robert Gates, who served as Secretary of Defense under former Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama, said that he felt
Robert Gates, the former Defense Secretary under both the Bush and Obama administrations, said Sunday on CBS’s “Face the Nation” that of the five Republican U.S. presidents he worked for, none would recognize the Republican Party today.
On Thursday, former Defense Secretary Robert Gates predicted it would take “at least two presidencies” following Donald Trump’s time in office for the United States to restore its alliance.
“We write with great concern over the announced topics for what was always billed as the “Foreign Policy Debate” in the series of events agreed to by both the Trump campaign and Biden campaign many months ago,” Stepien wrote in a letter to the commission that was published on Twitter.
Sean MacFarland, a retired Army lieutenant general, said Saturday he asked Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden’s campaign to remove his photo from a recent campaign ad and the campaign refused.
Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates on Tuesday said he stood by his prior statements slamming presumptive Democratic Party presidential nominee Joe Biden had not been right “on any major foreign policy issue in 40 years.”
Sunday on NBC’s “Meet The Press,” Robert Gates, who served as Defense Secretary under both President George W. Bush and President Barack Obama, praised President Donald Trump’s foreign policy decisions.
Osama bin Laden wanted to assassinate former President Barack Obama in the early 2010s as part of a plan to plunge the U.S. into crisis through the elevation of Joe Biden, whom the infamous terrorist leader believed was “totally unprepared” to serve as commander-in-chief.
Fred Fleitz urged Former National Security Advisor John Bolton to withdraw his tell-all book from his publisher “immediately.”
Joe Biden attempted to paint himself as an expert on foreign policy at the fourth Democrat presidential primary debate on Tuesday, despite his decades-long history of “judging the [international] situation incorrectly.”
During Sunday’s “Face the Nation” on CBS, former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates discussed the President Donald Trump administration’s relationship with Russia and its president Vladimir Putin. Gates cautioned that the United States has not “reacted nearly strongly enough to Putin
Former National Security Advisor Susan Rice published an op-ed Sunday in the New York Times in which she declares that President Donald Trump “does more to undermine American national security than any foreign adversary.”
Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort denied Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s prosecutors’ allegation he and an associate attempted to tamper with witnesses due to testify in his case.
Former Secretary of Defense and Central Intelligence Agency Director Leon Panetta told CNN’s Jake Tapper on Tuesday evening that his old boss, then-President Barack Obama, should have done more to support the Iran protests of 2009.
Several key advisers to former President Barack Obama have poured scorn on President Donald Trump’s support for the protests sweeping Iran in recent days.
On this week’s broadcast of CBS’s “Face the Nation,” former secretary of defense Robert Gates said he was “in agreement” with President Donald Trump’s “disruptive approach.” Partial transcript as follows: DICKERSON: What’s your sense overall of President Trump as an
Sunday on NBC’s “Meet The Press,” former Defense Secretary Robert Gates said of President-elect Donald Trump’s nominee for secretary of state Exxon CEO Rex Tillerson’s ties to Russian President Vladimir Putin “being friendly doesn’t make you friends.” Gates said, “He
The FBI director’s reopening of its investigation into Hillary Clinton’s handling of classified emails once again puts a spotlight on her fitness to be commander-in-chief. Throughout this year national security experts have struggled to defend Hillary Clinton’s record on the issue.
During an interview aired on Wednesday’s broadcast of “CBS This Morning,” former Defense Secretary Robert Gates, who served as Secretary of Defense under Presidents George W. Bush and Obama stated that if there is any negotiation over Syria, “Russia will
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Friday on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump reacted to remarks made by former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates regarding Trump’s tweet immediately following the news of a missing EgyptAir airliner over the Mediterranean Sea early Thursday. https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/733242745385537536
Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates criticized Democratic presidential candidate former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s judgement in using solely a private email server during her tenure as Secretary of State and dubbed her “the critical voice” in pushing the intervention
Thursday on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” former Defense Secretary Robert Gates offered his thought on Donald Trump’s reaction to EgyptAir Flight 804, which disappeared early Thursday morning local time over the Mediterranean Sea. https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/733242745385537536 Even though one Egyptian official has said the
Sunday on CBS’s “Face the Nation,” former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates said he has “real issues” with presumptive Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s positions on national security. Gates said, “Well, I have some real issues with things he said
Sunday, on ABC’s “This Week With George Stephanopoulos,” former CIA Director and Secretary of Defense Robert Gates defended Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton by telling guest host Martha Raddatz that the rise of ISIS in Libya after the Obama administration
Former Defense Secretaries Robert Gates, Leon Panetta, and Chuck Hagel criticized the Obama administration’s “operational micromanagement”, “cautiousness and overcorrection, which makes it appear that the United States is hesitant to take action”, and lack of understanding of “the tremendous responsibility
The setup of Hillary’s private email server made it susceptible to “being hacked by anybody in the world,” William Binney, a former highly placed National Security Agency official, declared in a radio interview on Sunday.
Tuesday on MSNBC’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports,” the former Secretary of Defense from 2006 to 2011 Robert Gates said he would rather believe Republican presidential candidates Donald Trump and Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) are being “cynical and opportunistic,” when they say
Former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates wants to talk about his book, A Passion for Leadership. Among the topics he discussed on Hugh Hewitt’s radio show was Hillary Clinton’s email scandal. Gates says “the odds are pretty high” Clinton’s system was hacked by foreign intelligence services.
Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates stated that the US lacks “a strategy of pushback from the administration” to deal with how Iran will use money it is given under the nuclear deal “To interfere” in the Middle East” and that
Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates argued the US “can do more” against ISIS, and “we have, all along, underestimated ISIS” on Friday’s “Your World with Neil Cavuto” on the Fox News Channel. Gates said, “I think we can do more.
Former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates had some harsh words for President Obama’s $500 million plan to arm and train a tiny unit of carefully-vetted “moderate” Syrian rebels and send them into battle against the Assad regime, ISIS, and al-Qaeda.
Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates said President Obama distrusted the military, and “this was particularly true in Afghanistan” in an interview that was taped earlier in the week and broadcast on Thursday’s “Special Report” on the Fox News Channel. Gates
The family of fallen Iraq war hero Marine Sgt. Rafael Peralta accepted the nation’s second-highest award for valor, the Navy Cross, on his behalf nearly a decade after the Pentagon denied him the Medal of Honor.
Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates declared “we don’t have a strategy at all” in the Middle East on Tuesday’s “Morning Joe” on MSNBC. Gates said, “Well, first of all, I think that we don’t have — given the environment that
Monday on PBS’s “Charlie Rose Show,” former defense secretary Robert Gates said he is “worried” his former boss President Barack Obama wants the nuclear deal with Iran too much. Gates said,”I think anybody who was ever engaged in negotiation knows
Sunday on CBS’s “Face The Nation,” former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates said former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s practice of keeping her email server at home while doing official State Department communications is “a concern” and a “risky way
Several ex-national security leaders have joined forces to argue that pushing through President Barack Obama’s trade agenda is good for national security—even though it would hurt American manufacturing, could increase the already-record-high trade deficit and likely add to the national debt.