Team Trump and Iran: Obama and the ‘swamp’ have just scored a huge win

Despite Donald Trump’s insistence during the presidential campaign that the 2015 nuclear agreement with Iran – the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) – was the “worst deal ever” and Iran’s failure to fully comply with this agreement, the Trump administration Tuesday certified to Congress that Iran is in compliance with the agreement and will continue to receive sanction relief.

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What every American should know about the CIA analyst who quit and blamed Trump

Posted on FoxNews.com March 1, 2017 By Fred Fleitz Last week, Edward Price, a former CIA analyst, became a media darling after the Washington Post published Price’s op-ed announcing his resignation from the CIA because he was unable to serve the Trump administration in good faith because of President Trump’s policies and disregard for the […]

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Was Obama’s White House Politicizing Intelligence To Influence The 2016 Elections?

Posted on TheFederalist.com April 6, 2017 By Fred Fleitz The truth is that all 17 U.S. intelligence agencies did not conclude that Russia tried to interfere in the election or help Trump win. Not even close. Although there are strong indications the Obama administration abused intelligence collection by U.S. agencies to gather information on the […]

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Iran & the next Middle East war

Nuclear weapons in the hands of terrorists and their state sponsors may not be the only threat from the Middle East. But in the coming years, it definitely ranks first on the list.

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Trump, trade and American sovereignty

President Trump’s trade rhetoric until now has been simple and effective: America is getting ripped off, he says, and things need to change. Simplicity works on the campaign trail, but how does it translate into actual governance?

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The Foundation for American Security and Freedom

Ambassador John Bolton, Chairman

About The Foundation for American Security and Freedom

FASF is committed to restoring and protecting our vital national security interests and preserving our way of life for our children. Through research, analysis, and the public dissemination of studies and opinions about foreign and defense policy, FASF will strengthen our public discourse, making clear the inextricable links between strong foreign and domestic national policies. By engaging the greatest thinkers and do-ers in the country, we will further our national security interests.