"America first" is what is promised by Donald trump, and that's what he does with his expected exit from the climate agreement in Paris and his meeting with other leaders of NATO in Europe last week.
But criticism in Europe after his trip was "Boor-in-Chief" among them - and the first reaction to reports that he may quit Paris Pact is signs of reaction to the global role of trump, who may have long consequences, Not only for the image of America abroad, but for his own foreign policy aspirations.
Diplomats, experts and former officials say that European allies may be potentially less desirable or less able to fulfill its longstanding role of the return of Washington to the world stage.
While in Europe trump lectured the allies blamed Germany was not able to keep basic commitments in the area of security played a role in the Paris climate agreement, while his colleagues from the G-7 unanimously lined up to confirm it. Trump declared it a victory. After a visit to trump German Chancellor Angela Merkel said its citizens on may 28 that "the days when we could rely on others to some extent, over."
Derek Chollet, former assistant Secretary of defense for international security Affairs in the Obama administration, said that the danger is that Europe does not want to follow trump, if he needs one. "His behavior trump spends political capital, which he may need if he wants to pursue a different policy or asking European leaders to make tough decisions on our behalf".
Trump put pressure on Iran as a Central goal of ahead of the idea of rejection of nuclear deal reached with the European Union and other parties. The idea that the US can withdraw from the deal, disappointed Europeans after those years that it took to reach agreement.
There are restrictions on how the United States and Europe can reconnect with each other. As the world's largest economy, US is a huge market for European goods, and the us military are crucial for European security.
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