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After almost two years in office, many still question whether Donald Trump has a coherent foreign policy. The same cannot be said of the president’s National Security Advisor John Bolton. When you think of Bolton the words ‘subtlety’ and ‘diplomacy’ don’t come to mind. So, is there now a Bolton Doctrine?

CrossTalking with Ted Seay, Jon Rainwater, and Alice Slater.

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