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'His unpredictability is worrisome': Donald Trump is affecting US military relationships in Asia

In March this year, Donald Trump broached his willingness to let Japan and South Korea develop their own nuclear weapons in lieu of relying on US nuclear protection. In that same interview, he said he would be willing to remove US troops from both of those countries if they didn't do more to cover the costs of keeping those troops there — “Not happily, but the answer is yes,” Trump said.
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