With his “Make America Great Again!” slogan, Donald Trump won the 2016 Presidential election in the United States. Under Trump, US policy made a dramatic turnaround compared to the Obama days: he decided to abolish compulsory health insurance, reduce taxes for the rich, limit immigration, and prefers bilateral trade deals to multilateral arrangements. His foreign policy is also very decisive. He announced the withdrawal of troops from the Middle East and Afghanistan, quitting from international treaties, and initiated a trade war with China. His eccentric style is often referred to as “Trampolitics.” Will it prevail over the current format of international relations?