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In the past four years, it has become apparently clear that Europeans are not especially fond of Trump’s presidency. So much so, in fact, that, according to the Pew Research Center, some would go so far as to place more faith in Chinese President Xi Jinping – the heart of a well-oiled Communist regime – in “doing the right thing” than in the current U.S. president.
This is why Brussels and Europe, in general, have placed such great hopes on Joe Biden – the presidential candidate who is believed to be able to reforge the transatlantic alliance, re-enter the U.S. in the Paris Agreement and revoke the trade tariffs, imposed by the Trump administration, on China and the U.S. allies, among other things. But will this really be the case?