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America’s National ‘INSECURITY’ | Bobby Charles | EP 259

Posted on Saturday, January 13, 2024
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“America’s national security has been compromised by an individual who has exercised bad judgment from the beginning to the end,” says AMAC National Spokesman Bobby Charles on the Better For America podcast with AMAC CEO Rebecca Weber. Charles served under Colin Powell who coincidentally had prostate cancer. He shares that it was widely communicated throughout the entire chain of command during that time, unlike the debacle that has unfolded with the Biden Administration and Lloyd Austin. Regarding national security threats, Bobby says that the entire concept has expanded in the leadup to the 2024 election that will heavily impact voters decisions. In addition to dissecting the Trump persecutions, Bobby also dives into Biden’s bizarre approach to forego discussing any of his own potential accomplishments to instead focus solely on Trump. Tune in to hear all of Bobby’s insights in this hard hitting episode of the Better For America podcast!

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