WH focused on our forces’ ‘pronouns,’ instead of ‘combat readiness’: Expert

Wh focused on our forces’ ‘pronouns,’ instead of ‘combat readiness’: expert

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Gatestone Institute senior fellow Gordon Chang and former Defense Intelligence Agency officer Rebekah Koffler discuss China and Russia’s deepening relationship and the threat they pose to national security. #foxnews

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