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Trump Calling Foreign Policy The Shots

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Trump Calling Foreign Policy The Shots

Trump Calling Foreign Policy The Shots

On Tuesday, Foreign Policy advisor John Bolton left the Trump Administration.

President Donald Trump made it clear he will be calling the shots on US foreign policy and possibly changing course.

In wide ranging comments to reporters in the Oval Office on Wednesday, Trump held court on Iran and Afghanistan.

Bolton and Trump disagreed on Iran, Afghanistan, North Korea, and Venezuela.

Trump made it clear that he is taking all major foreign policy decisions going forward.

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