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This week's American turmoil, seen through allies' eyes


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SOURCE: https://apnews.com/094bddf5809b966e8bc8c4bb364a1084
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Summary

Here, from AP correspondents in four regions, is a look at how some key American allies are eyeing the 2020 U.S. election and the jumbled months that precede it — whether in the hope that Donald Trump’s Republican presidency continues for a second term or that a Democrat returns to the White House.___FRANCE It’s safe to say that many in France are viewing the U.S. election through their own prism — four years during which one of the world’s oldest international alliances has been bashed around.“Since President Trump’s arrival, we’ve felt a considerable distance with dear America,” says Jacques Mistral, a French former prime ministerial and government economics adviser and former financial affairs adviser at the French Embassy in Washington. Many in Israel fear a blowback if a Democrat is elected and Israel is too closely associated with the divisive Trump.Lior Weintraub, a former Israeli diplomat in Washington, said recent drama in the U.S. is having little impact on Israelis and, if anything, created a kinship over similar turmoil in Israeli politics.“There is no dent in Israel’s admiration of America or any damage to American standing,” he said.

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