Military/corporate power brokers dominated the policy making of the administration of former US President Barack Obama, an American political analyst and activist says.
Myles Hoenig, a former Green Party candidate for Congress, made the remarks in an interview with Press TV on Thursday while commenting on a statement of former US Congressman and presidential candidate Ron Paul who has said that President Donald Trump will regret the day he allowed American neoconservatives to take over his foreign policy.
“What’s missing in Ron Paul’s statement is an acknowledgement that when Trump came into office his approach to foreign policy diverged from what’s been in place for decades,” Hoenig said.
“Trump was more of an American Firster, yet with the same view of American exceptionalism, but more of an isolationist in foreign matters. To him, our military entanglements all over the world was hurting the US. He campaigned against all…