Donald Trump with Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey during Trump's five-state primary-night rally held at Trump Tower in New York City on Tuesday. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

Donald Trump with Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey during Trump's five-state primary-night rally held at Trump Tower in New York City on Tuesday. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

"'They're a laughingstock': Former senior White House official slams Trump and Cruz foreign-policy teams," Business Insider

In a discussion at the Center's April 26 "Hindsight: Reflections on 15 Years of the War on Terror" conference, Richard A. Clarke, "a counterterrorism expert who worked in high-level positions for President Bill Clinton and President George W. Bush," said that the 2016 Republican presidential candidates have no valid national security experience, nor do they have a qualified national security team. Clarke emphasized how outlandish their foreign policy proposals were, and concluded "If one of them became president and had that group of national-security advisers, we'd be in deep trouble."

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