According to Ret. Gen. Jack Keane, the Russians and other U.S. foes appear to be testing the strength and resolve of President Trump. For example, over the weekend, North Korea launched a ballistic missile test.
Then, there is Iran.
Last week, the Islamic country held marches where citizens called for the death of America and Iranian leaders slammed President Trump, with one of them calling him an “idiot.”
Then there is Russia.
On Friday, Russian jets flew within two-hundred yards of the U.S.S. Porter which was traveling in the Black Sea. The event lasted hours.
Then Russia violated an arms control treaty by deploying ground-launched cruise missiles inside Russia.
Then yesterday, a Russian spy ship was spotted just 70 miles off the coast of Delaware.
Gen. Keane told Fox News: “They are trying to humiliate and embarrass the U.S. They are trying to rattle our allies by showing them that the United States is not the strong military nation that it has been in the past.” He continued, “They want to show that our leadership is not strong. This is done with Mr. Trump in mind, clearly. And they want to see what his reaction is.”
Watch Keane’s interview below:
RUSSIA TESTS THE WATERS: Military jets buzz U.S. destroyer in Black Sea as Moscow violates arms treaty and deploys spy ship off U.S. coast pic.twitter.com/v4YY2N67Na
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