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President Trump Rejects U.S. Role as World’s Policeman, Tells Europe to Deal with ISIS Prisoners

Trump is living up to his “America First” mandate.

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President Donald Trump is sick of other nations forcing the United States to shoulder the burden of combating terrorism, and believes that his country should no longer be forced to take care of certain ISIS fighters taken as prisoners of war.

“I defeated the Caliphate,” Trump said to reporters during a meeting in the Oval Office with Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison.

“And now we have thousands of prisoners of war, ISIS fighters,” Trump added.

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For defeating the Caliphate and cleaning up the mess of his predecessor, Trump believes that Europe – which had helped the incubation of ISIS with their lax border security policies – should be held accountable for the prisoners of war that came from their nation-states.

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“We’re asking the countries from which they came, from Europe, we’re asking them to take back these prisoners of war,” Trump said. “And they can try them, do what they want.”

“So far, they’ve refused,” Trump added, pointing to France and Germany as two countries that are being especially non-compliant.

Trump is even willing to let the ISIS terrorists out at the border of these derelict countries throughout Europe, and then forcing their hapless globalist leaders to figure out what to do with them.

“And at some point, I’m going to have to say, ‘I’m sorry, but you either take them back or we’re going to let them go at your border,’ ” Trump said.

Trump has made it abundantly clear that his country will not waste billions of dollars on imprisoning these terrorists, as the U.S. has already done Europe’s dirty work for them by eliminating the ISIS Caliphate.

“Because the United States is not going to have thousands and thousands of people that we’ve captured stationed at Guantanamo Bay, held captive at Guantanamo Bay, for the next 50 years and us spending billions and billions of dollars,” Trump said.

While ISIS is still active internationally with rogue terrorist cells around the globe, the idea of a far-reaching centralized Caliphate – which former President Barack Hussein Obama said would present a “generational struggle” to the West as he shipped arms to the Muslim extremist organization – is no more because of the work of the Trump administration and their regional partners.

“We’ve done Europe a tremendous favor,” Trump said. “If they don’t take them back, we’re going to probably put them at the border and then they’ll have to capture them again.”

President Trump is aggressively pursuing his “America First” agenda with his tough talk toward Europe. Trump ran for the office in 2016 against the notion of empire-building and being the world’s policeman, and his stance on imprisoning ISIS fighters shows how he has departed from the foreign policy status quo.

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NEW: Joe Biden Bashes Incoming Trump Administration In Leaked 2016 Call to President of Ukraine

Completely inappropriate.

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Joe Biden speaks in critical and partisan terms of the incoming Trump administration in a new leaked call to the President of Ukraine unveiled Wednesday.

In the call, conducted in November 2016 a week after then-candidate Trump’s election victory, Biden bashes the incoming administration to the foreign leader, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko. Biden assails the Trump transition team as incompetent, turning down the idea of visiting the country before the January transition before Trump is “fully briefed” on matters related to Ukraine.

In a second call, Biden asks for Poroshenko to describe his conversations with incoming President Trump, going to to speak of Trump in more dismissive terms. He describes Trump as a “dog who caught the car, and who doesn’t know what to do.” Not quite a “dog-faced pony soldier,” but definitely not an appropriate way for an outgoing vice president to describe an incoming president to a foreign leader.

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A Ukrainian comedian originally released the calls, suggesting questionable operational security within the conversations of Joe Biden and Poroshenko. Biden has a lengthy history of ethical questions regarding his relationship with Ukraine, including looking the other way as his son Hunter secured an extremely lucrative position at a Ukrainian oil company without any experience whatsoever in the energy industry.

Biden himself would later go on to demand the firing of a Ukrainian prosecutor who was investigating corruption allegations against the younger Biden, a clear conflict of interest Biden merely dismissed when he spoke openly of securing the prosecutor’s firing at a Council on Foreign Relations public event.

This is a totally inappropriate way for a Vice President to speak to a foreign leader, and the public should be concerned about how Biden plans to conduct diplomacy should he be elected President.

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