Statements about Foreign Policy
Russia "has an economy the size of Italy."
"Ninety percent" of people living in Gaza "don’t have access even to water."
Between June 30 and July 10, CNN interviewed "17 Israeli public officials versus one" Palestinian official.
Compared to President Obama, "President Reagan rushed home from Santa Barbara vacation, from the Reagan ranch when the Korean jetliner was shot out of the air by the Russians."
There are fewer wars, there are fewer people dying in wars "now than there have been in quite some time."
In Syria, "we struck a deal where we got 100 percent of the chemical weapons out."
"The so-called defense minister of the People's Republic of Donetsk ... actually posted a bragging social media posting of having shot down a military transport. And then when it became apparent it was civilian, they pulled it down from social media."
"North Korea is telling its people that their men’s national team is in the World Cup final."
Former President George W. Bush and former Vice President Dick Cheney are "unable to visit Europe due to outstanding warrants."
"Radio Marti and TV Marti have spent more than $500 million to reach less than 1 percent of the Cuban population."
Fox News is "banned in Canada" because it violates a law that "prevents ‘news’ channels from lying to their viewers."
When undocumented children are picked up at the border and "told to appear later in court ... 90 percent do not then show up."
The Export-Import Bank "doesn’t cost taxpayers anything."
Says Barack Obama said that "ordinary men and women are too small-minded to govern their own affairs" and that individuals should "surrender their rights to an all-powerful sovereign."
All 28 members of NATO have "pledged to spend at least 2 percent of their economy on defense. But only three countries do -- Britain, Greece and us."
Our "trade with Mexico is $720 million a day; that’s our No. 1 trading partner."
"The U.S. military footprint in Africa is nearly nonexistent."
"In Iran in 1979, the extremists hijacked the broad-based popular revolution against the Shah and established a brutal theocracy."
By 2009, "dozens of senior terrorists had been taken off the battlefield" by drones.
"By the time I left" the State Department, "economic growth was up and opium production was down" in Afghanistan, while "infant mortality declined" and school enrollment rose by more than sevenfold.
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