President Donald Trump just scored a massive win and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden is fuming. This isn’t the news Biden wanted to hear with less than 35 days until the November election.
“In an open letter, 70 former officials, including governors, senators, national security advisers, military generals and ambassadors from … lauded the president for pursuing a ‘strong foreign and national security policy in America’s interests,’ reported Fox News.
The endorsement letter included officials “from the Trump, George W. Bush, George H.W. Bush, Reagan, Nixon and Ford administrations,” representing a massive win for the president with less than 35 days until the November election.
Since taking office, Trump has been a strong advocate for Israel and for stabilizing the Middle East, brokering recent accords that have led to him being nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize for the third time.
If Trump wins the prize, honor would certainly be restored to the once-prestigious award — former President Barack Obama won it shortly after becoming president and he did nothing to deserve it. He still doesn’t deserve it.
But Trump has proven himself. “We also believe that a president’s duty and loyalty are owed, first and foremost, to the American people, and not the international community, which is consistent with strengthening our alliances and friendships,” the letter continued.
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