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Trump trying to find his footing on vexing foreign problems

WASHINGTON (AP) - Despite his promises of a no-holds-barred administration, President Donald Trump is tiptoeing around U.S. military engagements in Afghanistan and Iraq, and dialing back the threats of abandoning allies. It seems Trump is opting for an increasingly risk-averse approach to the world.

Although he vowed an aggressive new Iran posture and at one point questioned even basic U.S. policy toward China, Trump has been slow to outline policies to back up the swagger. He's curtailed

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