While addressing the press at the White House Rose Garden on Oct. 16, President Trump inaccurately claimed that he is one of the few commanders-in-chief who calls the families of fallen service members to offer condolences.
Remember that extremely awkward speech President Donald Trump delivered at the TK summit in Brussels, Belgium on May 25? You know, the one where the leader of the free world went off-script at the last minute and glossed over America’s commitment to Article 5 of the NATO Charter? Well, NATO certainly does — and luckily for the U.S., Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis is here to clean up the mess.
DoD photo by U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Marianique Santos
President Donald Trump announced a “historic” increase in military spending on Monday, calling it a “landmark event,” and saying that in such dangerous times, the military should have the tools it needs to fight and “only do one thing: Win."
President-elect Donald Trump has offered the position of interior secretary to ex-Navy Seal commander, Montana Congressman Ryan Zinke. Politico reported that Zinke has yet to publicly comment about whether or not he will accept the position, and his office has not yet responded to inquiries regarding the nomination.