• Trump has promised to abandon the practice of overthrowing regimes abroad

  • The candidate in US presidents from Republican party, Donald trump has promised that if elected the US would not overthrow regimes in other States. He stated in his speech in the state of North Carolina.

    According to him, it is necessary to use armed forces only when vital to the national security interests of the United States.

    "We will not attempt to build democracy abroad, to overthrow regimes and foolhardy to intervene. Instead, you need to devote our attention to preserving the security of America, the destruction of ISIS and the victory over radical Islamic terrorism," said the Republican.

    He added that any country that shares the goal of destroying the Islamic state and the victory over the terrorists, will partner US in this mission.

    "Islamic state" is a banned terrorist organization.

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