Donald Trump is leading the race to be the Republican candidate for president because he doesn't talk - or act - like a typical politician. When it comes to foreign policy, is that a good thing?
His proposals for foreign relations, laid out in interviews with the New York Times and the Washington Post, are brash and bold - so much so they've alienated moderate Republicans and alarmed diplomats who were attending the nuclear security summit in Washington this week.
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