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Is This Better Than Hillary? 6 Ways Trump Has Become Exactly Like Hillary Clinton

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By Matt Agorist | 25 September 2017

RENEGADE TRIBUNE — Last month, Donald Trump showed Americans that he has one goal in mind — a goal that has been shared by all of his predecessors and his ostensible enemy, Hillary Clinton — and a goal he vehemently opposed until he was elected. Endless, brutal, futile, and, of course, profitable — war.

Just like Obama, Trump ran on a platform of ending the war in Afghanistan and bringing the troops home. And, just like Obama, he lied.

President Obama: “I told you we’d end the war in Iraq. We did. I said we’d end the war in Afghanistan. We are.” 

Do not allow our very stupid leaders to sign a deal that keeps us in Afghanistan through 2024-with all costs by U.S.A. MAKE AMERICA GREAT!

Whether or not he is being controlled by deep state operatives forcing his hand into an Afghan surge or if he’s doing it out of his own stupidity is irrelevant as the result will be the same — dead American soldiers, dead Afghan citizens, and more terrorism.

Trump knows this too.

Let’s get out of Afghanistan. Our troops are being killed by the Afghanis we train and we waste billions there. Nonsense! Rebuild the USA.

Now, Trump is involving himself in a WWE wrestling match with North Korea — a media frenzy for all — but with consequences that could kill tens of millions of innocent people.

Just this week, Trump was officially welcomed into the neocon circle by the leader of the neocons himself, Bill Kristol. Instead of calling him a Jackass, like he’s been doing since he was elected, Kristol said Trump has changed and went so far as to liken him to George W. Bush.

After Trump made his UN speech, promising more war and to annihilate the millions of citizens in North Korea if they should make one wrong move, Bill Kristol himself went on MSNBC to praise him for it.

Kristol said Trump “sounded a little like George W. Bush to me” and that “for all of Donald Trump’s America First talk and repudiation of the Bush-McCain-Romney foreign policy,” it came across as “more standard,” even with the “Trumpian aspects.”

Kristol openly admitted that yes, Trump ran on a non-interventionist policy of peace and actually criticized Bush and Obama for their senseless wars, but now he is just like Bush. But it gets worse.

As to why Trump now sounds like Bush, according to Kristol, it’s because the deep state has officially attached their puppet strings. […]

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