“Foreign policy will be singularly focused on Making America Safe Again by destroying radical Islamic terrorist groups. End the nuclear deal with Iran and the ransom payments to the world’s number one state sponsor of terrorism. America will stand with its allies and end the Obama-Clinton practice of apologizing to our enemies.”
Google search for: “Donald Trump Foreign Policy”, Sep 16, 2016
“I don’t want people coming in from the terror countries,” Trump told reporters on the links of his Turnberry golf club in Scotland.
NJ.com – Jul 9, 2016
During his first major foreign policy speech in April, Trump said “America First will be the major and overriding theme of my administration.”
San Francisco Chronicle – Jun 29, 2016
“We will totally dismantle Iran’s global terror network,” Trump said.
Fox News – Mar 22, 2016
“We will send a clear signal that there is no daylight between America and our most reliable ally — the state of Israel,” Trump said.
WCBS-TV – Mar 21, 2016
While Trump said before a large audience in April, “I believe an easing of tensions, and improved relations with Russia–from a position of strength only–is possible, absolutely possible.”
The Daily Caller – Jul 2, 2016
“The continuing incitement and preaching of hate by the Palestinian leadership, and the glorification of terror must end immediately,” Trump wrote.
Politico – Jul 1, 2016
Trump said, “I am going to withdraw the United Strates (sic) from the Trans-Pacific Partnership.”
Vox – Jun 30, 2016
With regard to foreign policy, Trump explained, the term means “we will never enter into any conflict unless it makes us safer as a nation.”
Politico – Jun 7, 2016
Trump said this during an appearance in Bluffton, S.C. on Feb. 17: “Don’t tell me it doesn’t work — torture works… Waterboarding is fine, but it’s not nearly tough enough, ok?”
The Washington Post – Jun 2, 2016
“I said, ‘Don’t hit Iraq’ because you’re going to totally destabilize the Middle East,” Trump said during his June 16, 2015 speech announcing his candidacy for president.
CNN – Apr 1, 2016
Trump said as president, “there’s nothing I would rather do than bring peace to Israel and its neighbors, generally. I think it serves no purpose to say you have a good guy and a bad guy.”
The Week – Feb 26, 2016
He said he wants U.S. troops on the ground in Syria, but more importantly, “I want other countries to get on the ground fighting ISIS.”
The Sun – Nov 19, 2015
Frontrunner Donald Trump offered his own strategy for dealing with Islamic State extremists and President Assad: “Let them fight each other and pick up the remnants.”
Voice of America – Sep 17, 2015
“Israel is safe with this one,” Trump declared, poking his chest.
The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles – Oct 29, 2015
He termed Riyadh the “world’s biggest funder of terrorism,” complaining that “Saudi Arabia funnels our petro dollars, our very own money, to fund the terrorists that seek to destroy our people while the Saudis rely on us to protect them.”
The Huffington Post – Sep 8, 2015
Decades ago he called on the United States to “stop paying to defend countries that can afford to defend themselves.”
Newsweek – Aug 30, 2015
“He made statements over the last couple of days that are incredible, trying to justify the war in Iraq. It can’t be justified,” Trump said, pointing most notably to a “skin in the game” reference Bush made in a foreign policy statement.
Quad-City Times – Aug 15, 2015
In February, Trump said at a political event in New Hampshire that “whether you like Saddam Hussein or not, he used to kill terrorists,” and now Iraq is a breeding ground for terrorists.
The Keene Sentinel – Jul 7, 2016
“We need to protect all Americans, of all backgrounds and all beliefs, from Radical Islamic Terrorism – which has no place in an open and tolerant society,” Trump said.
The Huffington Post – Jun 13, 2016
“Look, we are at war with these people and they don’t wear uniforms,” Trump told the Fox News host, reports Daily Mail.
Opposing Views – May 25, 2016
“Look, we are at war with these people, and they don’t wear uniforms — it’s not your traditional war where it’s a war against Germany, Japan or whoever,” Mr. Trump said.
The Washington Times – May 24, 2016