To the editor:
The Trump administration has demonstrated again that its rhetoric doesn’t square with reality.
On Thursday, March 9, Mexican Foreign Secretary Luis Videgaray visited at the White House with President Trump’s son-in-law adviser Jared Kushner and with National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster. No officials from the U.S. State Department met the Mexican foreign secretary. In fact, the State Department spokesman didn’t know Videgaray was in town.
If the Trump administration’s State Department doesn’t known when a foreign dignitary is in Washington, D.C., how is the rest of the Trump administration supposed to keep track of ISIS?