The Heritage Foundation’s Nile Gardiner joins us today to discuss why President Trump’s national security strategy, released today, matters–and how it differs in its treatment of Islamist terrorism from President Obama’s strategy. We also discuss the long-ranging cultural implications of the tax bill, and why Chick-fil-A is once again the hero.

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  1. Clifford A. Brown Contributor
    Clifford A. Brown

    I found the timing of the NSS publication and setting of the President’s speech both significant. Publication within the first year of the Trump Administration is remarkable, shows he recognized the importance of this document to drive change across agencies and shows the competence of his senior national security team. The setting was not a military base or DHS, rather it was the Ronald Reagan Building, whose tenants include USAID, Commerce, Trade and CBP as well as the Woodrow Wilson Center. That reinforced the new President’s intent to use the informational and economic tools of national power.

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