Jun 19, 2015

Foreign Policy Downplayed in Jeb and Hillary Announcement Speeches | RealClearPolitics

American presidents have greater leeway on foreign policy than on domestic issues. Just see how President Obama is forging ahead to an agreement with Iran opposed by large majorities in Congress and...

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