This video from the USA says about itself:
26 January 2017
LATIN AMERICAN leaders united on Wednesday to condemn US President Donald Trump’s affirmation of his plans to build his infamous Mexican border wall and turn away Syrian refugees. Heads of state gathered at the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States summit in the Dominican Republic as Mr Trump began moves to build a wall cutting the US off from Latin America: here.
RUSSIA and Turkey reacted cautiously to US plans for refugee “safe zones” in Syria and neighbouring countries yesterday. New US President Donald Trump trailed the idea in an interview with ABC TV on Wednesday — part of his policy of closing his borders to those in need. Though characteristically scant on details, Mr Trump’s plan would represent an escalation of US involvement in Syria and had echoes of election opponent Hillary Clinton’s mooted no-fly zones that would have brought the US into conflict with Russia: here.
White House to issue executive order on “safe zones” in Syria, ban on Muslim immigrants and refugees: here.
US PRESIDENT Donald Trump defended torture on Wednesday, saying that he believed “it absolutely works.” In his first interview as US president with ABC News, Mr Trump said he was consulting his newly appointed Defence Secretary James Mattis and CIA director Mike Pompeo on the question: here.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May expected today’s meeting with US President Donald Trump to be a political coup. It was to prove that Britain had a powerful ally in pursuing its exit from the European Union and could obtain a US trade deal to compensate for the possible loss of access to Europe’s Single Market. Trump’s support could even strengthen May’s hand in negotiations with Germany and France. It is a measure of the rapid deterioration in economic and political relations between the US and the rest of the world that May’s visit has instead prompted bitter recriminations from leading voices representing British imperialism: here.