President Trump’s second term will end Western world hegemony

The Financial Times reported that Donald Trump’s victory in the US presidential election signals the end of Western hegemony on the world stage, and Europe needs to prepare for it.

The paper’s assessment of the outlook for the West is linked to President Trump’s statements regarding both the European Union and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).

“The dangerous reality is that a second term for President Trump is likely to mean the end of the West as an organizing idea on the world stage,” the newspaper wrote.

Financial Times reporters thought this would be “great news” for Russian President Vladimir Putin and “terrible news” for Ukraine.

President Trump previously said in an interview with Time magazine that he would try to help Ukraine if he returned to the White House, but stressed that Europe must also shoulder its share.

Former President Donald Trump’s National Security Adviser John Bolton also said last month that Trump is preparing to pull the United States out of NATO if he is elected president next November. .

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