America Has History Of Negotiating With Terrorists And Rogue Regimes Says Bush/Romney Adviser
June 3, 2014

Via Liberaland:

Mitchell Reiss, who worked in George W. Bush’s State Department and was national security adviser to Mitt Romney says the negotiation to release Bowe Bergdahl does not represent a change in U.S. policy: It may be new to certain individuals. Whether it’s new or not is not as important as whether it’s sound policy and promotes national security. That’s the ground where there’s a more legitimate debate.”

The United States has a long history of negotiating prisoner trades in times of war. But does it have a history of negotiating with terrorists, as some might classify the Taliban?…

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