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If Donald Trump were to become president, the United States would have a problem with many dimensions. So would the world.To begin with, the problem would be his unfathomable vulgarity. A few days before the referendum on Britain's continued membership in the European Union, he didn't know the meaning of the word "Brexit". This month, he showed that he doesn't know how many articles the U.S. Constitution contains.But, most seriously and worryingly, the problem would be that the leader of the world's leading power would have a catalogue of simplistic ideas in the place of a geopolitical vision. In the world according to Trump, Russia would then be able to follow through on its threat to re-examine the legality of the process that led to the Baltic states' independence.And then of course there is Russian President Vladimir Putin himself, whose praise of Trump never misses an occasion to sing. The truth is that Trump's personal ties with Russia are old and close. Others, like George Stephanopoulos, a former adviser to President Bill Clinton, speculate about possible organic links between Trump's campaign and the Russian regime.
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