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A snip from The Australian (newspaper):

Quote:"The seriousness of our predicament is spelled out by Donald Trump’s former national security adviser Lieutenant General HR McMaster in his new book, Battlelines: The Fight to ­Defend the Free World.

Trump’s critics had been hoping for a dump on the President from a former member of his inner circle. Instead, McMaster’s critical eye turns to previous administrations, from George HW Bush to Barack Obama, whose hopeful ­aspirations for reform in China overwhelmed any desire to confront unfair economic practices, technology theft, an abysmal human rights record and aggressive military posturing.

“Since the 1990s, US policy betrayed all the elements of strategic narcissism,” he writes. “Wishful thinking, mirror-imaging, confirmation bias, and the belief that others will conform to a US-­developed script.”
While the West was pondering its navel, China and Russia have been working towards a common goal of usurping the rules-based order established by the US and its allies after World War II. The Chinese Communist Party “sees freedom of expression as a weakness to be suppressed at home and exploited abroad”, McMaster writes.
A new China policy, fit for the world we live in rather than the world as we would like it to be, may be Trump’s single greatest legacy. It represents the greatest shift in US foreign policy since the Cold War."
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(10-06-2020, 07:34 PM)andrew_o Wrote:
Quote:Trump’s critics had been hoping for a dump on the President from a former member of his inner circle. Instead, McMaster’s critical eye turns to previous administrations,

Angel Angel Angel  You must have missed them.  Maybe Fox Noise or Q forgot to mention them?  

As of Feb. 2019, some 51 books have been published by Trump "insiders".

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https://bookriot.com/books-about-trumps-presidency/

Without COVID and Trump’s abysmal handling of it, this election would be totally different. Covid is doing Trump in.
I also underestimated the severity and longevity of this crisis. Trump’s antics (and he’s really nothing more than a famous internet troll) are only okay when nothing serious is at stake.

COVID was the first crisis of any severity Trump  had to face, and he has failed.
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It seems they completely miss the irony.

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