Bill Nelson, Ted Deutch voice support for Hillary Clinton on foreign policy, Trump is ‘dangerously incoherent’

Republican Convention speakers did not hesitate to deliver remarks filled of inaccuracies and false allegations, says Democrats, vocally supporting Hillary Clinton.

From the supporters: “The so-called ‘Make America Safe Again’ again lineup served to remind voters that Donald Trump is temperamentally unfit to hold the highest office in the nation. Some of Florida’s – and the nation’s – top voices in foreign policy provided the following statements.

Hillary-Clinton-portrait-445x624“There is no one more qualified for the role of Commander in Chief than Hillary Clinton. As Secretary of State, she has sat in the Situation Room and advised the president on some of the toughest choices he faced,”said U.S. Senator Bill Nelson.

“Hillary Clinton knows we are stronger when we work with our allies around the world to keep us safe. Donald Trump’s ideas on foreign policy aren’t just different – they are dangerously incoherent. He has said that more countries should have nuclear weapons and has threatened to abandon our allies in NATO. He’s even received the praise of infamous names like Russia’s Vladimir Putin and North Korea’s Kim Jong Un,” said U.S. Congressman Ted Deutch. “The choice in this election is clear, and we deserve better leadership for our nation – and the world – than Donald Trump. That’s why I stand with Hillary Clinton.”

“Hillary Clinton knows we are stronger when we work with our allies around the world to keep us safe. As Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton helped restore America’s leadership in the world and will work with bipartisan leaders to continue progress on this front. We cannot reverse our progress,” said Luis Lauredo, former U.S. Ambassador to the Organization of American States (OAS). “Donald Trump’s ideas on foreign policy are unrealistic and dangerously incoherent. That’s why I stand with Hillary Clinton, the candidate that has the experience, the temperament and the judgement necessary to be America’s Commander in Chief.”

Bill Nelson
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