It is unusual to find academics at some of America's most elite universities in enthusiastic agreement with Mr Donald Trump, who is perhaps the least intellectual president in American history. But if a spate of recent books and articles is any indication, the President and the professors are united in scorn for America's foreign policy elite.
The argument this unlikely alliance makes - that the foreign policy elite is a corrupt cabal that has led the country from disaster to disaster - is fashionable enough, given today's anti-establishment mood. It also happens to be wrong.
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