The world watches as the US continues to tally votes

ABC News’ Ian Pannell reports on how the world views the U.S. four years after the last presidential election, and what foreign policy changes can be expected if Joe Biden wins the White House.
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It's not just every American now awaiting the results of our presidential election around the globe the world is watching the uncertainty play out here with colony ease the president's premature victory claim unverified accusations of voter fraud and even the Electoral College process itself is being watched and dissected. For in panel has more. It's perhaps the most contentious and closely watched US presidential election ever. From the headlines of news broke past. Thanks so much for being with us on US side nice is giving you. The US election and win nothing has Chinese nice nights have flipped on ten pounds and allies of counting. Winning like this let me it is just Google in the ring against the limit of the sound. To the front pages the papers. The world is watching and waiting for Americans to decide who'll be its next leader. With bated breath from the last couple years have been a we'll win didn't US foreign policy. And many of brew with the left wondering what will this election change. AMA Inchon had a flat Phil. No matter who wins the election there are a lot of uncertainties in fields such as the economy which led to a volatile stock market had. Good some administration has appended America's image and much of its policies on the world stage sit possible not to do what is on we are used to seeing a country that respects rights. I respects the constitution. Respects all things democratic problem but now with what we see on TV and thinking we don't know anymore. The US officially withdrew from the Paris climates have cooled just yesterday. I can't still be so called clean power plant would the United States from unfair Paris climate accord which. What's costing us a fortune. Which was meant against us which was pitted against us and ended the word American energy. The US also pulled down to deal brand nuclear deal it didn't bring calm. It didn't bring peace. And it never will. Retreating from the World Health Organization and vowing not to hold develop and distribute a corona virus vaccine. World health they got out of because we're spending. 500 million dollars generous spending 38 billion dollars in China controlled. Trump has frequently sparred with the UN and NATO allies. His administration's escalating economic and political tensions with China America's largest and most important trading partner. The world is now suffering as a result of the malfeasance. Of the Chinese Government. China's cover up of the Wuhan virus allowed the disease to spread all over the world the president. Jim trump has been able to claim some international success. His administration overseeing normalization. Of relations between Israel and buck's brain the UAE and Sudan. A -- bullet in presidency might look a little more traditional. He's found to rejoin the Iran nuclear deal and the Paris climates and cool with output is back in the business and leading the world on climate change. But the wills also a different place from four years ago. Some normalize relations with the authoritarian. And right wing politicians like Brazil's bold scenario and North Korea's Kim Jong room. And I look forward to watching it happen helping it. July and it will since then has taken notes and learn to try to go to learn much mole. European allies who had tense relations with trump coming out to say they'll work with whomever is elected. But the underlying message is clear that no longer waiting and Uncle Sam move to pull the hand anymore. He can't pop. The we will not go back to the previous situation to good old times of transatlantic relations and probably self she's Europe has emerged from its 1980 ministering to assert itself as a power. Does it restore shock could aura around the world what's happening in America people are perplexed by the Electoral College system. They're stunned to see stools boarded up amid fears of violence that many of Riley remarked the declaring victory before the counties over. Is often the workable authoritarian leaders in borrow blondes. But most will lead as the staying quiet from now knowing they'll have to find a way of working and dealing with whoever is the next president of the United States.

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