The Danger Of Donald Trump In Future American Foreign Policy

The thought of former President Donald Trump returning to the White House in 2025 is horrifying when it comes to the issue of foreign policy.

Trump’s embrace of foreign dictators; his intention to withdraw the US from the North Atlantic Treaty Organization; and his nationalistic isolationist world view are a threat to promote worldwide chaos and disarray.

Trump would abandon Ukraine in its war with Russia; create Middle East chaos over the Israel-Hamas War; endanger Taiwan in its stand down with China; and undermine the forces of democracy worldwide.

In a world faced with two major wars and other unstable situations, the experience and statesmanship of Joe Biden, the most experienced President in foreign policy since George H. W. Bush, is desperately needed to promote a sense of stability and steadiness.

7 comments on “The Danger Of Donald Trump In Future American Foreign Policy

  1. Princess Leia January 28, 2024 8:00 pm

    We DO NOT need third parties running this year. Especially ones that will take away votes from Biden.

  2. Princess Leia January 29, 2024 8:08 pm

    The Senate is close to passing a bipartisan deal about the border. Trump is telling House Republicans not to vote for it.

  3. Rustbelt Democrat January 29, 2024 8:10 pm

    If passed, it ruins Trump’s anti-immigrant plans.

  4. Rational Lefty January 30, 2024 1:22 pm

    MAGA media personalities are circulating conspiracy theories that Taylor Swift, the NFL, and the Democratic Party are all involved in a plot to rig the election for Biden.

  5. Rustbelt Democrat January 31, 2024 8:56 am

    Rolling Stone is reporting that King Donald is jealous of Taylor Swift. She is Time’s Person of the Year instead of him! How dare she upset the King! It’s blasphemy!

  6. Princess Leia February 1, 2024 5:47 pm

    LOL! Thanks for that Rustbelt. Needed a good laugh today!

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