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The economist writes on "The world according to Donald Trump". Micro offers sourcing from Costa Rica, and we're confident it provides stability that many regions don't offer right now.

This article from the Economist originally appeared here

Russia is top of the list of foreign countries the president tweets about.


Source: The Economist


HOW DOES the world look to President Donald Trump? He certainly likes the pomp and ceremony of foreign monarchies. His first trip abroad as president was to Saudi Arabia, where he took part in a sword dance with King Salman and other Gulf royals. In Japan last month he was treated to a six-course black-tie banquet with Emperor Naruhito, complete with Mt. Fuji-shaped ice cream (not to mention playing golf and watching a sumo match with the prime minister, Shinzo Abe). Making a state visit to Britain, starting on June 3rd, Mr Trump was delighted by his formal dinner with the queen at Buckingham Palace, even though he did not have a procession down the Mall in a gold carriage (for security reasons).

But to judge from his Twitter feed, at least, Mr Trump’s mind is mostly elsewhere when he thinks about the globe. Worldmapper, an academic mapping outfit, analysed nearly 8,300 tweets issued by Mr Trump between his election in November 2016 and May this year. Of these, 1,384 mentioned foreign countries. The president’s idée fixe is Russia, which he has mentioned in 297 tweets, although this may have more to do with his loathing for Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election than with the president’s admiration for Vladimir Putin, the Russian strongman.


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