Trump enlists Corker for foreign policy for countries where Americans will move

in Politics

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump enlisted Senator Bob Corker, a former mayor of Chattanooga, as a member of his national security advisory council to develop foreign policy for relations with countries where many Americans will move if Trump is elected.

“When Trump gets elected, we’re going to have a lot of angry and scared people moving from our nation to other countries,” said Corker, the current chairman of the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee. “And I’ll do my best to shape the foreign policy to deal with those countries, which will likely be volatile because they’re now engorged with disgruntled ex-pats.”

With Corker joining Trump’s advisory council, which has been unanimously considered a prudent and well-thought-out move, Corker – who had a successful career in real estate – will also advise Trump on ways to not lose $915 million in a single year.

Sen. Bob Corker (Modified under the CC-BY-2.0 license. Source: flic.kr/p/5jkmz1)
Sen. Bob Corker (Modified under the CC-BY-2.0 license. Source: flic.kr/p/5jkmz1)

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