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Even Chuck Todd Says Obama’s National Security Strategy ‘Doesn’t Seem to Exist’

You know it’s bad when liberal media lapdogs have to explain to their viewers that President Obama’s national security strategy is non-existent.

That’s exactly what happened when MSNBC’s Chuck Todd appeared on The Rundown with Jose Diaz-Balart, to announce that National Security Advisor Susan Rice would be relaying to the American people “a national security strategy right now that doesn’t seem to exist in the Obama administration.”

Even NBC News’ own web site ran a report which claimed many Obama supporters are asking themselves “What national security strategy?”

Via NBC News:

At 1:00 pm ET today at the Brookings Institution, National Security Adviser Susan Rice will deliver remarks on the Obama administration’s national security strategy.

This event will prompt many of the administration’s critics — and even some of its supporters — to ask: “Is there really a strategy?”

After all, since winning re-election in 2012, Obama and his team have appeared more to respond from foreign-policy crisis to crisis without any larger vision governing them.

Last week, for instance, it was ISIS. This week, it’s the rekindled hostilities in eastern Ukraine. And next week, it will be something else.

It shouldn’t come as a surprise that more Americans approve of Obama’s handling of the economy (49%) than handling of foreign policy (37%), according to last month’s NBC/WSJ poll. (It wasn’t that long ago when those numbers were reversed.)

Watch the extraordinary confession below…

The NBC report went on to say that the administration’s national security plan is more “crisis management than an actual strategy.”

Share your thoughts below – Can you actually believe NBC would run anything this critical about the Obama administration?

 

 

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