U.S. Maintains Global Reach Despite Trump Administration Policies
Even as President Donald Trump has chosen to take the United States out of the Paris Climate Agreement or renegotiate NAFTA, the country continues to have a very long reach.
U.S. troops are still stationed all around the world, and diplomats are actively involved in Asia, Europe and the Middle East. Where does that leave the United States currently — as an inarguable super power or stretched too thin?
WIan Bremmer, president and founder of Eurasia Group, joined The Show to talk about impact of U.S. foreign policy and populism. Bremmer is also author of the new book, "Us Vs. Them: The Failure of Globalism."