The photograph released by the White House of President Trump meeting with his advisers at his estate in Mar-a-Lago on April 6, 2017, regarding his decision to launch missile strikes against Syria.
The Hill: National security issues multiply for Trump
National security issues have multiplied for President Trump in recent weeks, with complex conflicts and problems abroad competing for his attention.
Trump’s strike against a Syrian airfield prompted questions about his long-term strategy in the region. But those questions were usurped a week later when the military dropped the “mother of all bombs” in Afghanistan, giving new attention to America’s longest war.
Days later, attention shifted to North Korea, with fears mounting that the country could conduct its sixth nuclear test.
The confluence of hot spots around the globe is testing Trump as he nears the 100-day mark of his presidency.
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WNU Editor: Every new US President gets tested by foreign governments when he assumes the Presidency .... and yes .... it primarily involves national security. President Trump is no exception.