WASHINGTON – In a major speech on foreign policy, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump called for a complete change in direction and a new mission: “an all-out effort to destroy radical Islamic terror.”
He called it a plan to make America safe again.
“Our current strategy of nation-building and regime change is a proven, absolute failure. We have created the vacuums that allow terrorism to grow and thrive,” said Trump in Youngstown, Ohio, on Monday.
As president, he promised “the era of nation-building will be brought to a very swift and decisive end.”
Trump blasted his Democratic presidential opponent for creating a global crisis, charging, “Hillary Clinton’s policies launched ISIS onto the world stage.”
“Incident after incident proves again and again, that Hillary Clinton lacks the judgment … stability and temperament, and the moral character to lead our nation,” he added, saying, “she threw the Middle East into violent