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Foreign Relations: On the heels of a NATO summit at which he demonstrated his skepticism of alliances, President Donald Trump traveled to Britain for an official visit that’s expected to be overshadowed by protests. Though Trump supported the country’s withdrawal from the European Union during his campaign, making the timing of his visit particularly fraught. Trump’s relationship with Kim Jong Un appears to be going more smoothly, as the president received what he described as a “very nice note” from the North Korean leader. But Kim’s message

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