Who – Or What’s – Really Behind President Trump’s ‘Disruptive’ Doctrine?
Friday, 19 May 2017 Article by WN.com Correspondent Dallas Darling While all eyes were fixed on National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster’s news conference, where he explained he was not about to resign over the president supposedly sharing classified intelligence from a U.S. ally to Russian ministers. He further said the Washington Post and mainstream media were the real threats to national security; all but forgotten was an earlier statement describing President Donald Trump’s foreign policy approach as “disruptive.” In fact, and given that the president’s used to destroying and then building – in that order, hardly anyone dissected the claim that his “unconventional ways could create an opportunity to...
President Donald Trump has signed an executive order on cybersecurity, making the heads of government agency responsible for the security of their own departments. Trump was originally scheduled to sign the order in January but it was postponed. The order is designed to prevent heads of federal...
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