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First China, then Iran - Where does Trump go from here?

Global tension continues to rise and the escalating concern of an impending war is on everyone's mind. Provide your thoughts on where the US goes from here and what's the right course of action from here on out.



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Mimi Brown
Mimi Brown
Oct 04, 2020

Trump's acts of violence are immature and petty, as well as a blatant attempt to show off the power and might of the US in a desperate grab to get re-elected. His actions have ultimately added to the international tension, and nothing good can come of them.

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When Trump was president Putin didn't invade anyone and the CCP didn't conduct war games around Taiwan.

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Donald Trump , a good president, some bad decisions , being from the UK myself , I can say I would not mind him as my president , keeping calm with all the current coronavirus stuff and with our president , Boris Johnson , I'd like to see the UK as the 51st US state, it would be difficult and Boris would still be running our 'state' as Trump can't come around every day however it would benefit all of us, more resources and more military force, however Donald Trump does conduct wars as we've seen and we'd have to involve ourselves. It would also be ironic that the US own us now when they fought for independence from us…

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Judge Mcarthney
Judge Mcarthney
Mar 26, 2020

Impending war is an ignorant statement to describe the recent tensions.

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You mean like the war games Putin pulled on the Border of Ukraine before he invaded?

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Ashley Khalili
Ashley Khalili
Jan 24, 2020

i believe that trump is actually an amazing president because he honestly has the balls to do what other presidents only have the balls to dream about doing, yes he has made some critically bad choices, but he has done so much for our nation so i think that you should not just think of him a just a president who is in charge, but also another human being who can make mistakes.

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