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By questioning the fundamentals of America's global role, Donald Trump has given Hillary Clinton a chance to lift her game – by explaining why continued international engagement is in America's interest and the world's.If Clinton can't counter Trump's "America first" rhetoric, and make the case that U.S. leadership is still crucial for our security, she won't be a strong president. And she won't have public support for the policies needed to rebuild American credibility.Trump caricatures America's alliances in Europe and Asia; Clinton needs to explain why they matter.We won't know officially until July if Trump and Clinton will be the nominees, but it certainly looks that way now. One reason Clinton should welcome the bruising campaign ahead is that if she can rebut Trump, she has a better chance to be the strong president that America and the world need. A Pew poll back in January found that just 35 percent of the public thought Clinton would be a "good" or "great" president.
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