State department office whittled down in staff numbers from 14 at start of administration to four as Trump shifts approach, experts say
A state department office tasked with negotiating and implementing nuclear disarmament treaties has lost more than 70% of its staff over the past two years, as the Trump administration moves towards a world without arms control for the first time in nearly half a century.
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Bolton wants to burn down the last arms control treaty that remains for purely ideological reasons that have nothing to do with the security of the United States.
Pelosi’s weak admonishments and ineffective posturing hasn’t prevented any of the Horsewomen from defying her -- in short; the Speaker of the House has lost control.