Donald Trump is zeroing in on national security, foreign policy and America’s military.
During a speech in Philadelphia, the Republican blasted his rival Hillary Clinton — describing her record as “disqualifying.”
“In a Trump administration, our actions in the Middle East will be tempered by realism,” Trump stated, explaining that regime change produces radical terrorism. During his remarks at the Union League of Philadelphia he added, “we can make new friends, rebuild old alliances and bring new allies into the fold. I’m proud to have the support of war fighting generals.”