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A Worried World Braces for Trump’s Return to the White House

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Countries around the world are reportedly preparing for the potential return of former US President Donald Trump to the White House.

Concerns and hopes exist regarding his foreign policy, security, trade, and climate action.

While some fear his America First rhetoric and protectionist trade policies, others see opportunities in his more transactional approach. (Trending: 2024 Miss America Winner Crowned)

The impact of a possible Trump reprise is being closely monitored globally, with various nations cautiously navigating potential scenarios.

Margus Tsahkna said, “It’s important that we take these messages not only to Washington but also to other part of American society, to states that are perhaps a little more conservative.”

European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde, said, “It is clearly a threat.”

Ichiro Fujisaki, Japan’s former ambassador to the US, said, “Abe-san’s way was to play golf and have a lot of time together.”

“But then try not to give in but to speak personally about what he needs and what he has done for Trump,” he continued.

European countries are particularly concerned about Russian relations, the Ukraine war, and NATO’s future, while some see personal rapport with Trump as crucial.

The EU and other nations are working to “Trump proof” agreements and are engaging in defense preparations.

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