>> Are issuing a new decree to be heard in every city, in every foreign capital.>> President Donald Trump putting the world on notice in his inaugural address. The multilateral view of foreign affairs embraced by Barack Obama and earlier presidents will no longer rule the day.>> That it is the right of all nations to put their own interests first.
>> Foreign policy correspondent Phil Stewart.>> America's interests are gonna go first and foremost above any other country in the world. So if I was watching his speech from say Beijing, or Mexico City, I would be very much concerned that he sees this as a zero sum game.
Any decisions for the US may be a decision that effects my country negatively. Clearly on trade, China's is in his crosshairs as is Mexico, as are other nations who may have pursued interests that they thought were based on mutual interests in the United States. But now it turns out, maybe renegotiated.
>> Trump's words suggesting long-standing US alliances such as NATO could be reassessed in the days ahead.>> But it could mean that everything is up for grabs. And so he may look to put US interests first in a way that could actually negatively effect US military alliances.>> We've defended other nation's borders while refusing to defend our own.
>> That likely to stoke fears in Europe, anxious over the intentions of Vladimir Putin with whom Trump has said he wants warmer ties. With US spy agencies saying Putin hacked the 2016 campaign, Trump's security team openly broke with Trump on Russia in their confirmation hearing. Calling it a leading threat to the US.
>> Both alliances->> His top foreign policy objective->> Unite the civilized world against radical Islamic terrorism.>>
>> Which we will eradicate completely from the face of the earth.>> Just after Trump's inauguration the White House releasing a statement saying he planned to back away from the Transpacific Partnership.
A 12 nation trade pact pushed hard by Obama. The White House also posting a new policy position on its website announcing plans to develop a missile defense system to protect the US from North Korea and Iran.>> Part of a larger push for increased spending on the military.