From the December 18 edition of Fox News' Fox & Friends:
AINSLEY EARHARDT (CO-HOST): So, today is the big speech. Why do you think he’s doing this? Because in the past, most presidents have just written it out and released it, but he wanted to the talk publicly, why?
SEBASTIAN GORKA: Why? Because this is a very, very different national security strategy. I have it here and, Steve, I apologize in advance but it's a doozie.
STEVE DOOCY (CO-HOST): How is it different than the Obama doctrine?
GORKA: Biggest thing about this document is that it is written by somebody -- it's written by a team, it's going to be delivered by a man that loves this country. It actually uses that phrase. It talks about protecting the nation that we love. We’re not here to apologize. We’re not going on apology tours. We don't think America is the new imperial power that needs to be taken down a peg or two. It's about protecting everything we love about this country. It's got a new principle, it's called principled realism, and it talks truthfully about the threats we face. There’s no political correctness in this document. We even have in there the phrase jihadi, OK? You know, the political correctness of the last eight years is gone. We talk about Russia. We talk about China. We talk about the threat from illegal migration. So, you haven't seen anything like this for 20, 25 years.