Does Trump change the US traditional allies?

The US diplomatic relations with her traditional allies such as EU, Canada and EU are changing. There is no doubt that the trade policy is isolating US from her traditional allies. Moreover, the US-Russia summit which held on 16 July just increases her allies’ concerns that traditional allies are not permanent allies.

Obviously, the Trump-Kim summit represented Trump’s most significant victory during his presidency. And his also tweeted that “There hasn’t been a missile or rocket fired in 9 months in North Korea, there have been no nuclear tests and we got back out hostages.” However, Trump was facing a bipartisan fury after the Trump-Putin Summit and the media just denounced him as “shameful” and “disgraceful”. While many US politicians and US intelligence community believe that Russia really meddled in the 2016 election, Trump just called “President Putin was very, very strong”. There is no one can explain what Trump-Putin Summit means, not even the US government. I am very curious about what these two “HISTORIC” summit mean. Do they mean US is seeking structural changes on diplomatic relations? Is Trump going to set up a strategic alliance with Russia and North Korea to counterbalance China?

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