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Bonded with France's prime minister over military parades.U.S. President Donald Trump rarely conducts business-as-usual diplomacy when he interacts with world leaders.Now that the talks are back on, Trump is shelving the "maximum pressure" phrase he coined to describe his sanctions against the North.As he approaches the Kim talks, Trump's avowed "America First" attitude has come increasingly to resemble "America alone". In France, President Emmanuel Macron invited Trump to view a spectacular military parade on Bastille Day, one that inspired Trump to order up his own parade in Washington.White House officials privately assess that the world leaders most solicitous toward Trump are rarely the most effective.During an April summit at Trump's Mar-a-Lago, Abe and Trump engaged in what U.S. officials described as a heated economic dialogue over Trump's tariffs.Trump declared the spectacle "very impressive".Trump rarely sweats the small stuff.Those close to Trump say he is approaching the Kim meeting the same way.
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