Just two weeks int his presidency, Donald Trump has signed 18 executive orders to regain control over the democratic system. At the moment, only one executive order is under protest by the American community.

This leads to the conclusion that all the other issues are respected by the American citizens, making the newly elected president of the USA, the most popular leader in American history.

The 3-month executive order was implemented to temporarily block ‘certain’ refugees from entering the country. However a judge in Seattle, Washington, who was appointed by President George W. Bush in 2004, blocked Trump’s executive order on immigration. Judge James L. Robart has support from Minnesota and some corporation like Amazon, Expedia and Microsoft.

The rest of the USA, except some minor organized demonstrations around the country thinks or sense President Trump is trying to make a difference and turn the tables on the American society. Especially the one out of six Americans that depend on private food kitchen to survive the depression since 2007.

Even after the immigration ban has been suspended by a U.S. judge, thousands of people took to the streets in American and European cities. London city counted 10.000 people whom denounced, the British PM, Theresa May for her support to Donald Trump.

President Trump begins his term as an outsider, distrustful of globalization, wary of overseas shady commitments, and determined to deliver on a promise to restore America’s sovereignty, while knocking allies from Asia through the Middle East and throughout NATO for not paying the USA enough for security.

Trump’s puzzling approach towards diplomacy regarding America’s allies and fellow treaty signatories from Europe to South America stand in stark contrast to the dominant strain of globalization that has marked U.S. foreign policy since the end of WW II.

However American defense treaties do not really convince the public, looking at the number of countries alligning with the USA. The Rio Treaty of 1947 was only signed by 7 South American, 4 Caribbean (Haiti, Dominican Republic, Bahamas and Trinidad & Tobago) and 5 Central American countries out of the dozens of Latin-Caricom nations.

The signed Asian Treaties show even less interest in the imperialist capitalist policies. Australia, New Zealand, Thailand, Japan, South Korea and the Philippines agreed to join the U.S. hegemony to profit from Economic advantages in the selective order.

Defense One.com / AA Magnum News 2017.

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