Jake Sullivan on Trump’s Foreign Policy Failures and the Challenges Facing Democrats

President Donald Trump at a meeting with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban at the White House, May 13, 2019 (AP photo by Evan Vucci).
President Donald Trump at a meeting with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban at the White House, May 13, 2019 (AP photo by Evan Vucci).
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In this week’s Trend Lines interview, WPR’s associate editor, Elliot Waldman, talks with Jake Sullivan about the damage being done to America’s global standing under Trump, how domestic issues tie in with the perception of the United States overseas, and the challenges Democrats face in crafting an effective foreign policy message as they vie to take Trump on in 2020. A former national security adviser to Vice President Joseph Biden and director of policy planning at the State Department, Sullivan is currently a visiting fellow at Dartmouth College. If you like what you hear on Trend Lines and what you’ve […]

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