John Leicester reported from Le Pecq, France, and Jamey Keaten from Lyon, France. AP journalists Pan Pylas in London, David Rising in Berlin, Jon Gambrell in Dubai, Joe McDonald in Beijing, Jim Heintz in Moscow, Cara Anna in Nairobi, Kenya, Andrew Meldrum in Johannesburg, Rodney Muhumuza in Kampala, Uganda, and Sheikh Saaliq in New Delhi also contributed to this Mail.com report –
The leaders of governments and global institutions will likely be hammering on White House doors and email inboxes with a long wish-list of priorities they want American help with — which, on issues big and small, from climate change to taxing Internet companies, Trump’s administration often refused to provide.
Spare a thought for the people who’ll be managing Joe Biden’s presidential appointment diary. Four years of inward-looking “America First” leadership by outgoing President Donald Trump have generated pent-up global demand for a more engaged and amenable America.