First: A recent article by Raimondo: GOP Frontrunner: ‘Bush Lied, People Died’, which is full of Trump-defences.
Second: Evidence that Trump did oppose the Iraq War early on:
Donald Trump, with Amazonian beauty Melania Knauss at his side, pronounces on the war and the stock market: “If they keep fighting it the way they did today, they’re going to have a real problem.”
Looking as pensive as a “Nightline” talking head, the Donald concludes, “The war’s a mess,” before sweeping off into the crowd.
Source: William Booth and Sharon Waxman. “Hollywood Partyers, Soldiering On“. Washington Post. March 25, 2003.
Bush declared war on March 19th. So, on March 25th, the war was still popular. Supposedly Trump also attacked the war on The Howard Stern Show around this same time.
Third: Noteworthy Raimondo tweet:
Trump on “our” Syrian rebels: “We don’t even know who they are!” Actually the truth is worse: we do know. They’re bin Laden’s heirs.
— Justin Raimondo (@JustinRaimondo) February 14, 2016
Finally: National Review‘s “Unpatriotic Conservatives” list:
You may know the names of these antiwar conservatives. Some are famous: Patrick Buchanan and Robert Novak. Others are not: Llewellyn Rockwell, Samuel Francis, Thomas Fleming, Scott McConnell, Justin Raimondo, Joe Sobran, Charley Reese, Jude Wanniski, Eric Margolis, and Taki Theodoracopulos.