Promises matter. Alliances matter. When America acts, it seldom acts alone, but often the promises made to those allies are forgotten in the face of new priorities, or in this case…new presidents. Here, the guys and I discuss the possibility that Vietnamese refugees in the U.S. could be deported under changes by President Trump, changes that fly in the face of long standing policy that protected those refugees from deportation, along with recent conflict between India and Pakistan and after effects of the government shutdown on military operations in the Coast Guard and elsewhere.
1:35 Ongoing effects of the Vietnam War
16:43 Recent fighting between India and Pakistan
35:54 Supreme Court ruling on transgender troops’ recruitment into the U.S. military
37:10 After effects of the recent government shutdown
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