Coming off his five-for-five sweep of the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic primaries, Donald Trump began a pivot toward the general election.
Turning his sights to November, Trump delivered a foreign policy address where he laid out the broad strokes of his vision for America and her role in the world.
But there was one target of his attacks that left political watchers realizing it was “game on” heading to November.
   During his remarks, Trump took aim at the Obama-Clinton regime policy of foreign intervention that left America weaker around the world and allowed ISIS and other terrorist groups to grow stronger.
Nowhere is that more apparent than Libya.
   Hillary’s war in Libya deposed strongman Muammar Gaddafi.
After Gadaffi’s death, jihadists took over the country.
   And on September 11, 2012, America paid the price for Hillary’s foolish judgment when our consulate in Benghazi was attacked, killing four Americans including our Ambassador.
   To this day, we do not know Barack Obama’s whereabouts during the attack.
And Trump blasted Hillary for her conduct surrounding the events.