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Eagle-Tribune: “Admiral Joe Sestak campaigns in Salem”

The Eagle-Tribune’s Madeline Hughes covered my event in Salem, NH (here). Key quote:

Lucy Gagnon of Salem and Kay Galloway of Atkinson noted the lack of foreign policy in the 2020 presidential race after hearing retired Navy Vice Adm. Joe Sestak make his pitch to be the next commander in chief at a Salem home during a campaign stop.

“I realized we aren’t paying enough attention to foreign policy,” Gagnon said, describing the President Donald Trump’s foreign policy as “erratic.”

Galloway said she thinks Trump is failure because of his “temperamental” approach to foreign policy.

Sestak, who worked as a foreign policy advisor to President Bill Clinton, pitched himself as the candidate able to “heal the country’s soul.”