"We’re America, Bitch:" White House Official Defines Trump Doctrine - The Atlantic


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“The Trump Doctrine is ‘We’re America, Bitch.’ That’s the Trump Doctrine.” // the problem here is that they're America, bitch, but that's not what it used to be.
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"We’re America, Bitch:" White House Official Defines Trump Doctrine - The Atlantic https://t.co/lh4MeGFWPP

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6 days ago by scutifer
“The Trump Doctrine is ‘We’re America, Bitch.’ That’s the Trump Doctrine.”

It struck me almost immediately that this was the most acute, and attitudinally honest, description of the manner in which members of Trump’s team, and Trump himself, understand their role in the world.
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7 days ago by since1968
Kevin Lamarque / Reuters Many of Donald Trump’s critics find it difficult to ascribe to a president they consider to be both subliterate and historically…
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7 days ago by rolphrecto
Kevin Lamarque / Reuters Many of Donald Trump’s critics find it difficult to ascribe to a president they consider to be both subliterate and historically…
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7 days ago by jrdodds
"A Senior White House Official Defines the Trump Doctrine: ‘We’re America, Bitch’"
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7 days ago by peterjblack
The president believes that the United States owes nothing to anyone—especially its allies. Many of Donald Trump’s critics find it difficult to ascribe to a president they consider to be both subliterate and historically insensate a foreign-policy doctrine that approaches coherence.
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7 days ago by WFreeland
Kevin Lamarque / Reuters Many of Donald Trump’s critics find it difficult to ascribe to a president they consider to be both subliterate and historically…
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8 days ago by johnrclark
In the current climate, any scholarly political article that references <cite>Team America: World Police</cite> can only be a good thing.
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8 days ago by gominokouhai
"We’re America, Bitch:" White House Official Defines Trump Doctrine - The Atlantic
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8 days ago by penllawen
RT : A senior White House official recently defined the Trump foreign policy doctrine for me: "We're America, Bitch."
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8 days ago by kcarruthers
Kevin Lamarque / Reuters Many of Donald Trump’s critics find it difficult to ascribe to a president they consider to be both subliterate and historically…
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8 days ago by adamparnes
The president believes that the United States owes nothing to anyone—especially its allies. Many of Donald Trump’s critics find it difficult to ascribe to a president they consider to be both subliterate and historically insensate a foreign-policy doctrine that approaches coherence.
8 days ago by itst
Kevin Lamarque / Reuters Many of Donald Trump’s critics find it difficult to ascribe to a president they consider to be both subliterate and historically…
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8 days ago by wahoo5
Actually repulsive.
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8 days ago by maura
asked this official to explain the idea. “Obama apologized to everyone for everything. He felt bad about everything.” President Trump, this official said, “doesn’t feel like he has to apologize for anything America does.” I later asked another senior official, one who rendered the doctrine not as “We’re America, Bitch” but as “We’re America, Bitches,” whether he was aware of the 2004 movie Team America: World Police, whose theme song was “America, Fuck Yeah!”
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8 days ago by Jibarosoy
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'We're America, Bitch:' White House Official Defines Trump Doctrine - The Atlantic https://t.co/7xm5Ge6MS1 via @nuzzel thanks @3DogCouch

— b. insights (@BarbaraRacek) June 11, 2018

http://twitter.com/BarbaraRacek/status/1006209209246060549
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8 days ago by tswaterman
The president believes that the United States owes nothing to anyone—especially its allies. Many of Donald Trump’s critics find it difficult to ascribe to a president they consider to be both subliterate and historically insensate a foreign policy doctrine that approaches coherence. via Pocket
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8 days ago by Werderbach
via Global | The Atlantic https://theatln.tc/2r3hy2F
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