Statements about Foreign Policy
"22 Countries Invaded by the U.S. in 20 Years."
The United States stopped plans to build a missile defense shield in Eastern Europe "as a gift to Russia."
President Barack Obama spent "$5 billion paying Ukrainians to riot and dismantle their democratically elected government."
After Russia went to war with Georgia in 2008, the U.S. sent a "very strong message" to Vladimir Putin by sending "warships to the Black Sea" and airlifting "combat troops that Georgia had in Afghanistan" back to Georgia.
Russian annexation of Crimea "removes a million residents of the Ukraine that have provided the margin of victory for (Viktor) Yanukovych, the pro-Moscow prime minister in his last election."
Says President Barack Obama was responsible for "the assassination of at least four American citizens" in drone strikes.
Says Ronald Reagan "got the Saudis to flood the market with cheap oil."
On Syria, "a lot of the allies signed on. At the last minute, Obama backed off."
Says Vladimir Putin once said, "The breakup of the Soviet Union was the greatest geopolitical tragedy of the 20th century."
The new Ukrainian government "introduced a law abolishing the use of languages other than Ukrainian in official circumstances."
"The Russians didn’t wear uniforms when they came in" to Ukraine.
Says she made an "accurate prediction" that if Barack Obama were elected it would encourage Russia to invade Ukraine.
Says 21 million people "still suffer slavery today."
"Crimea became part of Ukraine only in 1954. Crimea was historically part of Russia, and (Nikita) Khrushchev gave it to Ukraine in a gesture that mystified some people."
"The (Russian) ruble is already going down."
The Ukraine Orange Revolution in 2004 "was the first color revolution."
Says he didn't tell viewers that the Obama campaign hid news about the motives behind the attack in Benghazi because Obama was running for re-election.
In 2002, "Iran was more or less an American ally."
Cuba has "a lower child mortality rate than ours. Their life expectancy is now greater than ours."
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