Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich told Fox News’ “Hannity” Wednesday that President Trump’s first foreign trip as chief executive would be remembered as a “historic turning point” in the struggle against Islamic terrorism.
Top Washington Republicans expressed more dismay Sunday about a recent clash outside a Turkish Embassy between non-violent protestors and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan security team but disagreed about the next step.
Israel angrily demanded an explanation from the White House Monday after a U.S. official reportedly questioned the country’s claim to the Western Wall in Jerusalem’s Old City.
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice praised the Trump administration on Fox News’ “Hannity” Monday for its work with the Chinese government on confronting North Korea’s regime over its burgeoning nuclear weapons program.
The Trump administration notified Congress late Tuesday that Iran is complying with the landmark nuclear deal negotiated by former President Obama, and it has extended sanctions relief given to Tehran in exchange for curbs on its atomic program.
Sen. Lindsey Graham on Sunday took perhaps the most aggressive Washington stance on the country’s simultaneous effort to defeat ISIS and solve the Syrian crisis — calling for more U.S. troops in the terror fight and suggesting President Trump already has broad authority to order missile strikes on Syria.
A top Senate Democrat and Republican differed Sunday on President Trump have used executive powers to attack the Syrian government but agreed that Congress must be included in further actions.
Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi told Fox News’ Bret Baier in an exclusive interview Wednesday that President Trump has a “true understanding” of the realities in the Middle East when it comes to terrorism, drawing an apparent contrast with the policies of the Obama administration.
Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al Abadi predicted Sunday that his country will defeat Islamic State military forces “within weeks” but acknowledged the terror group will continue to exist until it’s eradicated in Syria and elsewhere in the Middle East.
Syrian President Bashar al Assad says President Trump has so far failed to show “anything concrete” toward his pledge to defeat the Islamic State terror group and calls U.S. forces inside his country “invaders.”