...or go international in next presidential term and expand US military interests? I was just listening to CNN and it's weird how we can have another Clinton in the White House and the GOP starts talking about the democrats being the "hawks" again and Donald Trump now talking about peaceful isolationist policies with monies spent here improving the economy. Trump claims wants to bring about a long peace and resurgence of a Reagan type of economic boom that will make everybody happy. The last time the republicans tried to paint the democrats as promoting unnecessary wars back in 1998, they got some traction with Gingrich's republican Congress. It's very hypocritical being that the two Gulf Wars (Kuwait, then invasion of Iraq) were initially republican initiated actions that the democrats got stuck with. Are the Clintons warmongers like he's trying to now maintain? (at least this week). And what is this whole switch on Fox and the GOP trying to make Hilary's likely protracted war unpopular when she hasn't even taken the White House yet and increased our presence in Iraq as if the democrats started it in the first place? The GOP has really lost all credibility when it comes to foreign policy. Now that ISIS is scaled back by Russia, and has been largely out of the news, the republicans claim it's not really our problem anymore. Six months ago it was all about ISIS and immigration and now the republicans are working the Trump angle of making us great again and claiming they never said the things they did to initially get noticed. Trump changes weekly but he doesn't look way out of place since the GOP who hates him is no more steady in their priorities.