"Some of Trump's specific policy ideas — such as letting more countries obtain nuclear weapons, abandoning long-standing NATO defense commitments, banning Muslims from entering the United States, reconciling with Russia, building a wall with Mexico, abandoning the Paris climate pact and dismantling the Iran nuclear deal — are especially disconcerting to our global allies," said Philip Gordon, a self-described "liberal, internationalist" who served as a Middle East adviser in the Obama White House.
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