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Donald Trump taking heat for his comment on foreign policy the Republican front runner repeatedly forced to Dodge questions about who exactly is advising him on international affairs , the host of MSNBC prepping him Tuesday morning on the issue you know you do always asking that question I said I would have it in due time and I've been meeting with some tremendous people and I haven't made exactly , Reuters foreign affairs editor David road about three weeks ago trump announced that he was gonna unveil a tradition on a large foreign policy team , he hasn't done that he keeps getting asked about it %HESITATION instead he said that the young people he admires and the problem is that the people he means for policy experts don't necessarily have the same approach to foreign policy on his name centered yet action is very conservative area into the Iran nuclear deal very pro Israel and any also named Richard hoppy their head of the council on foreign relations and he's much more of a certain moderate in terms of military advisers he mentioned %HESITATION one colonel %HESITATION Jack Jacobs to completely opposed the Iraq war and sort of military adventures in general and then trump is named a separate general general Jack Keane who actually supported on the surge in Iraq instead of endorsed more aggressive military action , trump's rhetoric on everything from building walls with Mexico to barring Muslims , Reuters learning those diplomats are voicing their concerns to the U. S. state department , adding to the pressure Reuters reported more than ninety Republican foreign policy veterans pledged to oppose the billionaire saying his proposals would undermine U. S. security