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Cars for export are parked at a quay to be loaded on a freighter in Kawasaki, south of Tokyo, March 21. Japan recorded a trade deficit of 777.5 billion yen ($8.1 billion) in February despite the weaker yen as exports of cars and auto parts slipped while energy-related imports surged nearly 12 percent. Exports in February totaled 5.28 trillion yen ($55.1 billion) while imports surged to 6.06 trillion yen ($63.2 billion), the Finance Ministry reported Thursday. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara)
AUSTIN, TEXAS: The world is watching as President Donald Trump lurches forward, and for many, the early signs suggest a blend of hubris and incompetence — creating chaos in the nation’s most elevated executive office.