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  • "Will the administration do that? I have no idea," Mr. Gelb said. "They haven't to date, because I don't think, at this point, that they share my sense of economics being the top priority, and I'm not sure they would define that priority the way I define it."

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  • "I think the top foreign-policy and national security priority is the restoration of the American economy," said Leslie H. Gelb, president emeritus and board senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, who added that "a key part of restoring our own economy is our economic relationship with Canada, Mexico and Latin America."

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