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As President Trump prepares to head to Asia next month for his most important overseas trip yet, foreign intelligence services are undoubtedly trying to assemble personality profiles to explain this unconventional, risk-taking, domineering president to the leaders he will meet.Trump has been president for nine months now.r Trump likes creating chaos.r Trump has high tolerance for risk, especially when operating with partners.Trump has a different calculus about nuclear weapons than any recent president. Trump's propensity for risk is presumably checked by three generals who advise him and who know the face of war: But it's Trump's finger that's on the button.Golf explains Trump, too.If Trump is playing one-on-one, he's fairly careful, letting his competitors make mistakes and beat themselves. But if it's match play, when Trump has a partner and can afford a bad shot, he goes for it. The China relationship is especially important for Trump.As an American, I find Trump's approach to the presidency divisive and potentially dangerous.
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