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>> Welcome, world, to the new face of America. America's greatest export, democracy, not the doughnuts, serving up an international shock, and it could be to Russia's taste. With Hillary out and Donald in, expect a major shift in US foreign policy. I'm Reuters reporter Jacob Greaves at the US Ambassador's residence in Moscow, where there's a reality sinking in.
This is a geopolitical game changer. Trump's campaigned on making all NATO members pay their way, and trying to work with Russia. The mood here from a Kremlin foreign policy advisor, gleeful.>> I think we have very good chances to change United States, Russia relationship because we know that Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump respect each other.
>> Trump's win might be interpreted in Russia as a referendum on US ties with Moscow.>> Americans want American pilots to get with Russian pilot to bomb jihadists in Syria and other places.>> Add to Syria, US Russian dealings on issues like Ukraine. On the campaign trail, Trump suggested Crimea could be accepted as Russian.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has been one of the first global leaders to congratulate Trump. But taking a look at the calendar, all this won't come to the fore until Trump's inauguration in January. Then he'll have to deal with a leader who, on some level, shares characteristics, a self-styled strongman.
Except there's a big difference, Putin is a seasoned, shrewd political operator, Trump is a newbie. His first day in charge might be less about pushing new foreign policy, and more about making sure America doesn't get pushed around.