What is the president’s most important job? What do you think it should be?

He literally swears an oath to uphold the Constitution, which is designed in part to “provide for the common defense.” Millions of Americans expect the president and his administration, first and foremost, to protect our nation and its people.

According to retired U.S. Army Brig. General Anthony Tata, President Biden and top aides like Secretary of State Antony Blinken, Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin, and Homeland Security Sec. Alejandro Mayorkas are simply “not serious” people and they are not serious about the duties they’ve been given.

Gen. Tata, who served 28 years in uniform and at the Pentagon during the Trump administration, joins Sara and walks us through the manifold security failures under Biden’s watch. They assess everything from the Afghanistan withdrawal debacle to U.S. intelligence completely whiffing on Hamas planning to attack Israel to the egregious failure to secure our southern border.

He also denounces Biden’s insistence on playing nice with Iran and explains why Sec. Austin is a “political windsock” for agreeing to promote woke ideologies in our Armed Forces.
But they also examine solutions to some of the thorniest security issues and what policies might be implemented if President Trump wins in November.

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