John McAfee On The Milo Yiannopoulos Show: America Can’t Be The ‘World Police’

US anti-virus software pioneer John McAfee gestures as he arrives at the Aurora international airport in Guatemala City on December 12, 2012. McAfee escaped immediate deportation to Belize on Wednesday as Guatemala decided to expel the American back to the United States instead. McAfee, who entered Guatemala illegally after more …
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Speaking on this week’s episode of The Milo Yiannopoulos Show, computer programmer and Libertarian Party presidential candidate John McAfee strongly criticised America’s track record of military intervention overseas.

In his remarks to Milo, which can be listened to below, John McAfee said America had no business interfering in the affairs of other nations, and declared his intention to “bring the troops home” if elected.

“We have been the world’s police [force] for 50 years. No-one asked us to do that. We did it of our own volition because we could” said McAfee. “The result of this has been that we’re universally disliked.”

“We have problems here at home. I don’t know if anyone’s noticed. I have.”

Milo’s full discussion with John McAfee be released this Friday.

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