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Loose Lips Sink Ships Every American knows the old World War II saying—but ex-Navy SEAL sniper Scott Taylor believes today's leaders have forgotten it. After serving his country for eight years and watching brave comrades die, Taylor came home to a White House that leaks sensitive intelligence information whenever politically expedient. Now, on behalf of all the men and wom Loose Lips Sink Ships Every American knows the old World War II saying—but ex-Navy SEAL sniper Scott Taylor believes today's leaders have forgotten it. After serving his country for eight years and watching brave comrades die, Taylor came home to a White House that leaks sensitive intelligence information whenever politically expedient. Now, on behalf of all the men and women in uniform whose lives are in jeopardy, Taylor is speaking out.


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Loose Lips Sink Ships Every American knows the old World War II saying—but ex-Navy SEAL sniper Scott Taylor believes today's leaders have forgotten it. After serving his country for eight years and watching brave comrades die, Taylor came home to a White House that leaks sensitive intelligence information whenever politically expedient. Now, on behalf of all the men and wom Loose Lips Sink Ships Every American knows the old World War II saying—but ex-Navy SEAL sniper Scott Taylor believes today's leaders have forgotten it. After serving his country for eight years and watching brave comrades die, Taylor came home to a White House that leaks sensitive intelligence information whenever politically expedient. Now, on behalf of all the men and women in uniform whose lives are in jeopardy, Taylor is speaking out.

30 review for Trust Betrayed: Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, and the Selling Out of America's National Security

  1. 4 out of 5

    judy calibani

    Trust Betrayed One of the clearest and most concise contemporary historical and political history of events I've read. Firm, steady, comprehensive leadership in America is severely diminished by America's leading power and his/her political and ideological self service. And that's putting it diplomatically. We're in trouble and have no one available to take control. Obama clearly doesn't want to and clearly doesn't know how. Thank you Scott Taylor for descriptive and analytical information! I als Trust Betrayed One of the clearest and most concise contemporary historical and political history of events I've read. Firm, steady, comprehensive leadership in America is severely diminished by America's leading power and his/her political and ideological self service. And that's putting it diplomatically. We're in trouble and have no one available to take control. Obama clearly doesn't want to and clearly doesn't know how. Thank you Scott Taylor for descriptive and analytical information! I also appreciate that you are not plaintive and whiney. The facts are clear, and you laid them out succinctly in a brief book. You have my vote if you ever decide to run!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Dirk Pratt

    Scott Taylor's book, 'Trust Betrayed' brings an interesting perspective into the current conditions between the Middle East and the Obama Administration. Taylor's draw is the fact that he was a Navy SEAL. He's lived, breathed and almost died a Navy SEAL and to that point he describes just how important intelligence is to the troops on the ground. Some Americans do forget that while we would like to know all of the inner workings of a mission and now everything unfolds, we also need to consider it Scott Taylor's book, 'Trust Betrayed' brings an interesting perspective into the current conditions between the Middle East and the Obama Administration. Taylor's draw is the fact that he was a Navy SEAL. He's lived, breathed and almost died a Navy SEAL and to that point he describes just how important intelligence is to the troops on the ground. Some Americans do forget that while we would like to know all of the inner workings of a mission and now everything unfolds, we also need to consider it from the perspective of future operations. Taylor does a brilliant job of telling the reader to 'use common sense'. From here he dives into the politics of the Obama Administration and how Obama, whenever politically convenient would exploit victories for his own gain and whenever it is not convenient, he's nowhere to be found or he exacerbates the situation. Taylor gives a well thought out update on the Middle East, with regards to Libya, Egypt, Iraq and Iran, Israel, among others. He points out the foreign policies that this administration has pursued and the backlash it has created in alienating leaders (ie Israel's Netanyahu and Egypt's al-Sisi) who are pursuing a plan of Democracy while safeguarding their own nation from terrorist threats. Overall - Taylor ties it all back to National Security. As he points out in the book, our military presence in the Middle East isn't just about fighting terrorism and upholding peace, but also maintaining our future interests and to continue to remain the Superpower that we are.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Amy Suzanne

    Taylor makes his point well about the need for secrecy and the damage the Obama administration has done by going public with facts and details about certain key military ops. That said, the book does contain some factual errors (easily verifiable) that detract from the book's overall persuasiveness. Unfortunately these errors leave Taylor looking like less of an authority on the subject than he actually is. In future works, or perhaps a revised edition of this book, I hope Taylor will work close Taylor makes his point well about the need for secrecy and the damage the Obama administration has done by going public with facts and details about certain key military ops. That said, the book does contain some factual errors (easily verifiable) that detract from the book's overall persuasiveness. Unfortunately these errors leave Taylor looking like less of an authority on the subject than he actually is. In future works, or perhaps a revised edition of this book, I hope Taylor will work closely with a good editor and provide detailed footnotes wherever possible to support his points. His message is so important, it is worth doing it right.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Ed

    My colleague Scott Taylor offers real world perspective on the current state of U. S. foreign policy. His experiences and insights are helpful in analyzing events unfolding right now in places like Israel & Iran. Well done, Scott.

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