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>> Gonna come together. We're gonna be successful.>> He may not be part of the Republican establishment, but Donald Trump will be appearing as a establishment as he gets Wednesday, by meeting with former secretary of state, Henry Kissinger. The Washington Post reporting the two will get together in New York after weeks of phone conversations.
At 92, Kissinger has long been the GOP's elder statesman on international affairs, serving as a top advisor to former Presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford. And as the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, Trump may be looking for a bit of street cred when it comes to building foreign policy.
Last week he met with James Baker, another former Secretary of State, who told the congressional hearing on the very same day that Trump's foreign policy proposals would make the world a less safe place. Trump has been criticized for saying the US should rethink NATO, and that Japan and South Korea should consider getting nuclear weapons to defend themselves.