US Middle East policy: Has Trump fulfilled his campaign pledges?

Has a Trump Middle East doctrine emerged?

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    It’s been a year since Donald Trump arrived in Saudi Arabia, his first international destination as president of the United States.

    Since then, he has met two of his campaign promises: opening a US embassy in Jerusalem and withdrawing from the Iran nuclear deal.

    But, in spite of having promised to break with the foreign policy establishment, in reality, Trump seems to be treading a well-worn path.

     

    Al Jazeera's Shihab Rattansi reports.


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