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Obama’s Legacy on Foreign Policy, In Brief January 18, 2017

Posted by geoff in News, Obama's Legacy.
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So the Obama administration has prepared briefing materials for the incoming Trump administration:

The Obama administration has written 275 briefing papers for the incoming Trump administration: nearly 1,000 pages of classified material on North Korea’s nuclear program, the military campaign against the Islamic State, tensions in the South China Sea, and every other kind of threat the new team could face in its first weeks in office.

Seems like if President Obama had had an effective foreign policy, they could have written far fewer papers.

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1. veeshir - January 19, 2017

It was probably easy to compile, they just have a list of the last 275 foreign policy moves they’ve made.
The worst part about the next few years will be watching Congress and our fine media betters blame Trump for fighting the wars Obama started.

2. skinbad - January 20, 2017

Seems like if President Obama had had an effective foreign policy, they could have written far fewer papers.

i had a good coach once who was very calm during games. He said the coaches screaming and jumping up and down and throwing things during games should have done more coaching during the week and a lot less when the game was at hand.

Reminds me of that, this does. /Yoda


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