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Trump has an edge over Biden. If Trump wins, what will be the implications for the world?

 Trump has an edge over Biden. If Trump wins, what will be the implications for the world?

Trump has an edge over Biden. If Trump wins, what will be the implications for the world - That Trump wins, yes, it's 50-50. At this time, Trump can win, but there is no noise. I think that in a state, it will be decided who wins and who loses. If less is given, think about it. Trump continues to do what he did before, what he was doing before and what he will do now

  One is that he is against the expansion of NATO. He thinks that Europe should contribute some money for its own defense. They say they don't like it

  American troops are also based here, NATO should be run by the US and our defense should be done by the US because they think that their economy is quite weak, less comparable to the American ones and they think that they are so big. Money can't pay for defense, so they want to stay inside NATO and they want America to keep NATO strong, but this is Trump's position.

  The time has come for Europe to decide its own defense and if nothing else, the United States will not have to bear the entire cost of NATO, it should also contribute to its own defense.

  They don't understand that Russia poses a big thread, that they are against the pentacle and the military industrial complex.This is against the complex. Their position has been that this is our military industrial complex of the United States. It wants a war everywhere so that their budgets increase and their commissions increase and it has its tentacles all over the world. Expand Trump thinks we should focus on the domestic economy and he's a bit of an isolationist.

  There is no need for it, so attention should be paid at home and uplifted at home, and this kind of war that has become the state of the United States should be made less weak, but at the same time they are against immigration. And anyway, they want to tighten immigration policies

  Because they think they are the same, they are not white so provincialist and they want to make America. They think that America has become too internationalist and its problems are happening for the same reason. So I think that they are with Korea. They also want to keep it, they don't want to fight, they also want to do business with China, they don't want to fight with goods.

And they think that NATO should not go forward, and they think that the policy of Biden is the policy of Europe, with which they want to reach Ukraine by including the network, which is right over the border, and they think that Russia is not justified in not doing this, but they understand that the support for Palestine is happening in the world.

  They think that medical foreign policy tours Israel needs to be changed, so I think that the policies that Trump will have will be beneficence, but domestically they will be retreat policies, they will be anti-freedom, anti-divisionism, anti-liberalism and isolationist anti. Immigration will be such policies

He was sworn into office as Obama's vice president in 2009 and served two terms until 2016. On Jan. 20, 2021, Biden was sworn in as the 46th President of the United States. More:How old is Joe Biden? His age makes him the oldest sitting president in US history.
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Clinton won the popular vote, taking 48% of the vote compared to Trump's 46% of the vote, but Trump won the electoral vote and thus the presidency.
Trump is the 45th President of the United States.
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