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In practice, the president has pursued a foreign policy that looks a lot like that of his Republican predecessors.
Officers weigh their relationship with administration as Trump embraces the armed forces.
The changes would represent a major shift in the way the United States approaches targeted-killing operations.
The president invokes the description while his national security adviser finds it unhelpful.
Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster has a long history with dissent — writing about it and acting on it.
Sebastian Gorka, long marginalized for his views on Islam, now walks the West Wing.
The widely respected military strategist replaces Michael Flynn, who was asked to resign.
A decision to quickly arm the Kurds was left to Trump, whose national security advisers rejected it.
The president’s approach is reverberating across the world as foreign leaders consider how to react.
Questions about Russia are likely to dominate the president’s last news conference Wednesday.