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India visit to salvage Donald Trump's foreign policy legacy?

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 14 January 2020 ()
Having torched United States’ relations with a host of countries in Europe, Middle-East, Latin America, and Asia, President Donald Trump may be looking at an India visit to salvage his foreign policy legacy in the final months of his first-term presidency during an election year.

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