FILE – In this Thursday, May 5, 2016 file photo, former President Bill Clinton speaks in Portland, Ore., while campaigning for his wife, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is banking on his strong base of progressive Oregonian supporters in the primary on Tuesday, May 17, 2016, in his hopes of beating the odds and taking his campaign all the way to the Democratic National Convention. Front-runner Hillary Clinton – who suffered a big primary loss in Oregon against President Barack Obama in 2008 – sent Bill Clinton twice but has not visited herself. (AP Photo/Don Ryan, File)

Bill Clinton’s conduct out of office is just as scandalous as his actions as president.

Clinton has taken it upon himself to undermine Donald Trump at every turn.

And you won’t believe who helped him stab Donald Trump in the back.

Former Presidents Clinton and George W. Bush appeared at the Clinton Presidential Center in Little Rock, Arkansas where they used their platform to try and sabotage Donald Trump’s efforts to put America First.

The two globalist-minded ex-presidents ripped Trump for putting America’s interest ahead of the world.

On the day Trump chided NATO allies for acting like moochers who freeload off the United States military expenditures while failing to meet the NATO guidelines of committing two percent of gross domestic product to national defense, Bush and Clinton bashed Trump for not recognizing the benefits of globalism.

Clinton stated “The president’s made a big issue of our NATO allies not paying 2 percent of their GDP in military. The world committed years ago to spend seven-tenths of 1 percent of GDP on development aid. And so far only Norway and the U.A.E. are above that number.”

We get a good return on this.” Clinton continued “He can tell you how many friends America has just because of PEPFAR.”

Clinton continued ranting “The average person thinks we spend 15 to 25 percent of the federal budget on foreign assistance and it’s more like 1 percent of the budget, and well under 1 percent of GDP,”.

Do you really want to say we’re going to make everybody have a big military but we’re not going to help anybody build their own future and change their own lives?

I don’t think so.”

George W. Bush joined in on the act and promoted the idea that the United States needed to shoulder a large share of the global burden.

Bush exclaimed “One of the lessons of 9/11 is the human condition elsewhere matters to the security of our country,”

And, therefore, the idea of helping others alleviate disease and poverty and hunger is in our national interest. Obviously, the United States can’t solve every problem, but we can set priorities.”

A centerpiece of Trump’s winning message is that the rest of the world treats the U.S. like its piggy bank and then turns around and rips America off on trade deals.

Trump points out that America gets the worst of both worlds.

On one hand, America has extended its military presence around the globe and has lost countless blood and treasure defending faraway lands where the payback for our generosity are trade deals that steal American jobs and redistribute the nation’s wealth to other countries.

This is a lopsided deal that no American president saw fit to question until Donald Trump came along.

Putting America First is not just rhetoric, but also deed is why Trump retains unmatched loyalty from his base.

And it’s a large reason why the American people have tuned out establishment sock puppets like Bush and Clinton.

Do you agree with President Trump’s America First approach to world affairs or Bush and Clinton’s globalist outlook?

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