The former wants to take America back to the foreign policy of George W. Bush.
But some fear Trump's choice of Bush veterans could revive controversial practices like waterboarding.
President-elect Donald Trump, during his campaign, refreshingly criticized Republican George W. Bush's war in Iraq and Democrat Barack Obama's war in Libya; seemingly advocated a more restrained American foreign policy abroad; touted the need for
Editor's Comment: The plot thickens. If nothing else, this election has been extra interesting because we get to see in the inner workings of a government that prefers to do its dealings in secret, that routinely lies to the people and even pays fo
As a White House staffer who worked directly adjacent to Hillary Clinton's second-floor West Wing office, Linda Tripp was afforded a front row seat to some of the most infamous scandals to rock the Bill Clinton White House.
The 9/11 attacks on New York & Washington DC were committed by traitors within the US, UK and Israeli governments.
This week's Chilcot report on Britain's role in the 2003 invasion of Iraq was as polite and guarded as a proper English tea party.
On a recent TV appearance, I was asked about whistleblowing, but the experience brought back to mind a crystal-clear example of how, before the Iraq War, CIA careerists were assigned "two bosses" .
The story of the Bush crime family doesn't end with good 'ol Jeb Bush.
"The evil that men do lives after them," wrote Shakespeare. A prime example, former US President George W. Bush who appeared last week campaigning in South Carolina for his amiable younger brother, Jeb.
Donald Trump, for all his obnoxious demagoguery, is adding value to the presidential campaign by calling former President George W. Bush to account for 9/11 and the Iraq war, which set in motion the growth and spread of al-Qaeda and....
- and isn't Donald Trump right?