Why Donald Trump Might Stop Worrying and Learn to Love the U.N.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a rally, Spokane, Wash., May 7, 2016 (AP photo by Ted S. Warren).
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a rally, Spokane, Wash., May 7, 2016 (AP photo by Ted S. Warren).
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It is time for the United Nations to start thinking seriously about Donald Trump, for the simple reason that Trump is thinking seriously about the United Nations. The presumptive Republican presidential nominee told the New York Times last week that he has been mulling some potential U.N. ambassadors. Having electrified the GOP, he hopes to have an equally stunning impact on U.N. diplomacy. “The U.N. isn’t doing anything to end the big conflicts in the world,” he noted with his usual acuity, “so you need an ambassador who would win by really shaking up the U.N.” This is likely to […]

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