Donald Trump thinks of himself as a dealmaker above all else. For over 30 years, the new U.S. president has criticized his predecessors from both parties for their failure to negotiate good deals for the American people. "We don't win anymore," he lamented on the campaign trail, as he promised to "make America great again."
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