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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]].
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The slogan '''America First''' was used in [[Donald Trump]]'s presidential campaign, evoking a brand of [[patriotism]] echoing the foreign policy of previous greats such as [[George Washington]] and [[John Quincy Adams]].
 
Danny Toma wrote:
 
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. [https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1621577740?ie=UTF8&tag=toma-email-20&camp=1789&linkCode=xm2&creativeASIN=1621577740]
 
: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]

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The slogan America First was used in Donald Trump's presidential campaign, evoking a brand of patriotism echoing 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