Nearly 100 countries are flying, floating and fighting with American-made weapon systems
The Trump administration’s tough international economic policies are ruffling feathers among foreign allies but aren’t undermining U.S. weapons sales around the world, said a top State Department official who is critical of the president’s “Buy America” campaign.
Tina Kaidanow, acting assistant secretary of state for political-military affairs, made the assertion in wide-ranging remarks Monday. She also denied reports that the Pentagon shipped defective anti-tank weapons to Ukraine and warned that Turkey should be careful about purchasing a Russian-made anti-missile system. https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2018/jul/16/us-weapons-sales-undeterred-trumps-nato-trade-talk/