LOS ANGELES (AP) - George W. Bush is warning against an "isolationist tendency" in the U.S. that he says is dangerous to national security.
The former president's remarks come at a time when Europeans have been skittish that President Donald Trump may promote isolationist policies, and Vice President Mike Pence last month reassured allies in Europe about the U.S. willingness to maintain international partnerships.
Speaking Wednesday at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi V
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