From Ronald to The Donald. Trump is Reagan's third term, and will be his fourth.
WAS DONALD TRUMP'S ANTI-RUSSIAN
SPEECH IN POLAND
too tough, provocative and inflammatory? It was bad enough that he started his trip in Poland the most anti-Russian of European countries. But did he go too far in identifying Russia as an enemy of freedom, Western Civilization and classical liberal values?
When Ronald Reagan defended Western Civilization against the evil, barbaric, oppressive Russians, and blasted them for their tyranny, aggression and destabilizing influence in Europe and across the world, he was slammed by the progressive liberal left and MSM for being "dangerously confrontational;" and was urged to tone it down lest he start the war to end all wars fought with nuclear arms. And when Reagan persisted the appeasing, ass kissing, insane left (who in collusion with Russia blamed America for the Cold War) sent millions into the streets to protest - useful idiots of the anti-Western Russian cause.
Should President Trump then tone down the rhetoric against Russia and try instead to ease the tensions between our two nations and work toward peace? Or should he continue blasting the Russians like Reagan did and work toward the downfall of Putin's neo-imperialist, anti-Western expansionist regime just as Reagan's hardline, right-wing, anti-Soviet policies eventually collapsed Soviet Russia?
NATO AND THE TRUMP EFFECT: DOCUMENTED EVIDENCE OF THE TREMENDOUS POSITIVE IMPACT OF DONALD TRUMP ON NATO SINCE ELECTION