Barely settled into the Oval Office, President Trump is already forging a muscular foreign policy with an unpredictability that is causing shock both at home and abroad.
During the 2016 presidential campaign, Mr. Trump promised to show strength on the international stage, with a focus on beefing up our national security and defeating the Islamic State. In his first 80-plus days in office, his message to the world is that the U.S. military is ready to respond anytime and anywhere to threats to our vital interests.
But are Americans, and especially his ardent supporters, prepared for more military posturing? Are they concerned that U.S. involvement in multiple hot spots will lead to military escalation?
On Thursday the U.S. military targeted ISIS by dropping the “mother of all bombs” in eastern Afghanistan. Top Centcom commander General John W. Nicholson accused Islamic State and its affiliates of using IEDs, bunkers and tunnels to escape past U.S. retaliation.
Dusting off the U.S. military’s more powerful non-nuclear bomb — for the first time ever — “is the right ammunition to reduce these obstacles and maintain the momentum of our offensive,” the general said.
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