It should be readily apparent that Donald Trump does not make decisions or choices on the basis of his concern for foreign nationals or world diplomacy, or any other existential issue that ordinarily affects the lives of people in other nations than our own. Donald Trump is an American businessman and a real estate developer. His interests like primarily (if not solely) in the financial success of his real estate investments and his other financial interests.
Donald Trump enjoys being in the circles of powerful men in the world, and he aspires to be the most powerful of them all, if he can manage that in his term in office as America's president.
If Donald Trump cannot manage to become the lauded, most influential, and prominent leader in the world, then he will try to achieve that aim in a second term in office as our president.
His interest in preserving the well-being of the American people, or that of the peoples of our allies and other nations in the world is essentially non-existent. Donald Trump loves the allure of Power for it's own sake, and he wishes to have more of it...all of it, if he can.
The worlds nations, and we Americans, have seen this obsession demonstrated by authoritarian leaders in Europe, the Middle East, and in the U.S.S.R. and China many times in the course of world history.
Megalomania is a common obsessive trait of authoritarian despots. It's a thing to fear, and to loath.
We should not enable our president to pursue this obsession into another term in the White House. It's a dangerous preoccupation, and it's deadly.