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Foreign Policy Trump Style, with National Security Analyst Ryan Mauro

Could Trump be a strategic poker player or are his cards strewn all over the place? National Security Analyst Ryan Mauro joins me for a deep-dive and straightforward discussion on the world stage.

Flip-flop, a one eighty, about-face, change of heart…. the recent military maneuvers are raising eyebrows around the world. First Syria, then Afghanistan, and now America’s finest headed to the Korean Peninsula. All raging hot spots and all virtually ignored over the past eight years. Is this a sound strategy for America? And how will this new found power be utilized moving forward by President Trump?

Candidate Trump reminded Americans throughout the campaign that he was not willing to share his strategy; which many took as he didn’t know what the hey he was doing. Could Trump be a strategic poker player or are his cards strewn all over the place? National Security Analyst Ryan Mauro joins me for a deep-dive and straightforward discussion on the world stage.

Ryan Mauro

Professor Ryan Mauro is the National Security Analyst for the Clarion Project, AND he consults for various government agencies, political campaigns and policy-makers. He is a professor of homeland security, counter-terrorism and political science.

Mauro has made over 1,000 appearances on international radio and TV programs from both the left of the right, including frequent segments on FOX News Channel, Al-Hurra, CCTV, Voice of America, Wall Street Journal Live, etc. He’s been widely published and quoted in outlets like the New York Times, Washington Post, USA Today, The Hill, Roll Call and the Daily Caller.

For Further Insight:
Link to the Clarion Project
Follow on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ryanmauro
Website: http://ryanmauro.com/
Book: Death to America: The Unreported Battle of Iraq

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