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At annual experts’ debate on strategy, zero Republicans make the case for Trump

August 10, 2016  • David Ignatius

The Washington Post‘s David Ignatius describes the mood at a nonpartisan gathering of foreign policy and national security experts. The meeting was convened by the Aspen Strategy Group.

For 32 years, a group of Republican and Democratic foreign-policy experts has gathered here each summer to debate strategic issues facing the country. This year the bipartisan group had a strange imbalance: None of the Republicans was prepared to argue the case of the GOP nominee, Donald Trump. Continue Reading.