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The slogan '''America First''' was used in [[Donald Trump]]'s presidential campaign, and conveys echoes of the foreign policy of previous greats such as [[George Washington]] and [[John Quincy Adams]].
 
The slogan '''America First''' was used in [[Donald Trump]]'s presidential campaign, and conveys echoes of the foreign policy of previous greats such as [[George Washington]] and [[John Quincy Adams]].
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Danny Toma wrote:
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:We don't deem someone noble who goes against his own country's interests for the betterment of another country. We call that person a traitor. Just as a father has a primary responsibility to his own family rather than to another family, so too the leader of a nation must look out for his own first, and, only then, help others. [https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1621577740?ie=UTF8&tag=toma-email-20&camp=1789&linkCode=xm2&creativeASIN=1621577740]
  
 
==Books==
 
==Books==

Revision as of 11:06, 25 September 2018

The slogan America First was used in Donald Trump's presidential campaign, and conveys echoes of the foreign policy of previous greats such as George Washington and John Quincy Adams. Danny Toma wrote:

We don't deem someone noble who goes against his own country's interests for the betterment of another country. We call that person a traitor. Just as a father has a primary responsibility to his own family rather than to another family, so too the leader of a nation must look out for his own first, and, only then, help others. [1]

Books

  • America First: Understanding the Trump Doctrine, by Danny Toma

See also