In an open letter, 70 former officials, including governors, senators, national security advisers, military generals and ambassadors from the Trump, George W. Bush, George H.W.
Bush, Reagan, Nixon and Ford administrations, lauded the president for pursuing a "strong foreign and national security policy in America's interests."
The initiative was spearheaded by KT McFarland, a former deputy national security adviser to Trump; Christopher Burnham, the former assistant secretary of the State Department and Under Secretary General of the United Nations during George W. Bush's presidency; Charles Glazer, the former U.S. ambassador to El Salvador under Bush; and Deroy Murdock, a former member of the Department of Education during the Reagan administration.
"President Trump's foreign policy has strengthened America's national security, advanced the cause of peace in the Middle East, and has held the Chinese, Russian and Iranian governments accountable," Glazer said in a statement to Fox News.
According to a Fox News poll published on Sept. 13, Trump has a 46% approval rating on foreign policy.