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Mattis: U.S. not Strong Enough to Deter Russia and China

Retired Gen. James Mattis said Thursday that he does not believe the U.S. military is strong enough to deter Russia and China, the Washington Examiner reported.

Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., and chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, asked Mattis if America has a strong enough military to be able to deter against those threats and he responded “No, sir.”

2 thoughts on “Mattis: U.S. not Strong Enough to Deter Russia and China”

  1. MrTrump chose wisely for his important cabinet positions.
    We’ll see a new atmosphere in DC by the end of summer, a new optimism through out the country, too.
    The Dems should worry about 2018 – they’re losing voters every day.
    Stupid Dems.

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