Thanks to newly declassified documents, it is even more clear the president knew the truth when he sent Susan Rice to sell a false story.
What Trump said about a married woman 10 years ago is disgusting, and I do not support women being talked about in such vile ways. The hypocrisy of Hillary Clinton to criticize Trump’s past is equally disturbing as her personal failings involved expensive, well-coordinated campaigns to bully and degrade women. At no point did she believe there was a need to apologize to victims only the need to bury their stories and destroy their reputations. We need to remember that in this election cycle, November is about who has the best policies to revive our economy and rebuild our military. Whether this ultimately benefits Hillary Clinton, it doesn't mean any less that her policies and philosophy will only hurt America should she get the opportunity to lead it.
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Donald J. Trump today offered a clear and detailed vision for rebuilding our nation’s military. What he laid out – the modernization of our missile defense, increased resources and increased troops — shows he is listening to his military advisors. He is a businessman who is used to delegating to experts, and I believe he will continue to use that practice as Commander-in-Chief. This is evident with his first proposal point, where he says he will ask our generals to present a plan on ISIS within 30 days of taking office. President Obama failed to listen to his commanders both in the field in Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as his service chiefs. Just look at Gen. Mark Milley and retired Gen. Ray Odierno who have both asked during their time of service for higher troop levels. Gen. Odierno even warned of the implications of reducing our active duty below 490,000, and Gen. Milley has called for an additional 220,000 soldiers to deal with growing worldwide threats. Today we are now at 475,000 troops and we are on our way to 450,000 under sequestration. The Navy, Marine Corps and Air Force are also too small and need to grow. I believe Trump sets the stage for that growth. With Trump, he is promising the readiness strength our military leaders have been asking for, and he is promising to end the across-the-board sequestration cuts for defense. We don’t need to end sequester cuts for non-defense, much less tie these cuts to defense spending, as Hillary Clinton would do. Trump recognizes what has happened to America – that we have been disarmed over the past seven years. As former Defense Sec. Chuck Hagel said, “American dominance on the seas, in the skies, and in space can no longer be taken for granted.” This isn’t the America that Trump and I grew up in. Today, Trump promised to restore the military strength our nation once knew – the strength that brought us peace in the Reagan years and would today show the likes of China, Russia, North Korea and Iran that we can’t be pushed around. I applaud Donald J. Trump for this vision he laid out today and look forward to hearing what more he will offer this evening for our national security, our service members and their family, as well as our veterans. https://www.donaldjtrump.com/press-releases/fact-sheet-key-policies-proposed-in-mr.-trumps-military-preparedness-speech Link