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Donald Trump proclaimed "America First" on his way to his head-spinning victory in Tuesday's presidential election, and the success of that message will rock many foreign capitals where leaders have feared that Trump would alter the basics of U.S. foreign policy.A Trump foreign policy, based on his statements, will bring an intense "realist" focus on U.S. national interests and a rejection of costly U.S. engagements abroad.Trump stressed repeatedly during the campaign, at some political cost, that he would work with President Vladimir Putin.Trump's denial led some Democrats to argue that electing Trump had been Russia's real goal.Trump proposed this shared campaign during that same debate.Trump also promised repeatedly that he would step up the U.S. military campaign against Daesh and replace U.S. generals who were insufficiently combative.It's unlikely that Trump will dismantle NATO, as critics charged during the campaign.President Trump will have to decide whether to embrace such movements, which could destabilize the European Union.
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