Donald Trump appeared on the O'Reilly Factor last night.
Bill O'Reilly, despite spewing out some anti-Putin propaganda, asked some penetrating questions about Trump's foreign policy.
Trump flat out stated he would leave U.S. troops in Afghanistan.
He also seemed to indicate that he would perhaps bomb Liya and possibly use U.S. ground troops in Libya to gain control of Libyan oil fields.
It appears his thinking is pretty much the same with regard to ISIS-controlled territory in and around Syria and Iraq.
He added that once oil properties were removed from ISIS control, he would "keep the oil."
With regard to Russia, he said he would try to negotiate with Putin, although outside of nuclear arms reductions, I don't see what there is to "negotiate" with Russia.
And, of course, he seems to think all kinds of negotiations must be conducted with China. He stated once again the absurdity the U.S. "recreated China," and brought up the non-issue of the trade deficit.