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By Dan Restrepo, Senior Fellow at the Center for American Progress. Over the past days, President Donald Trump changed the world. Twice. Sadly, neither was for the better and neither was the faux-progress he was selling after his made-for-TV summit with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un. Both changes renounced U.S. global leadership and each significantly upped the ante for those –inside the United States and around the globe– who believe in an open, inclusive, and just world. The seismic changes started before the President ever left North America. With his G7-related tantrums and misguided tariffs against Europe, Canada, and Mexico – […]
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