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David A. Keene recently had the privilege to sit down with the founder and president of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, Cliff May.

Recalling experiences with the Republican Party’s upper echelon, the two men reveal a potential correlation that’s gone overlooked when predicting a given administration’s success on foreign policy. Yet the similarities between the foreign policy triumphs during the Reagan and Trump eras, as well as both leaders’ initially dominant focus on domestic affairs, are remarkable.

WATCH:

The full interview between Keene and May is viewable below:

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Robert Polans
Robert Polans
11 months ago

Not really to me at least. If you were a stranger to politics, who would you study and maybe emulate?

paul
paul
11 months ago
Reply to  Robert Polans

I t would not be an Obama.

MikefromTexas
MikefromTexas
11 months ago

They are both great presidents.