"What if Trump?"—"Moshitora"

Moshitora, a Japanese word that had slipped into the background has re-emerged as Donald Trump returns to the campaign trail. The word moshitora which means "what if Trump", was first used during the 2016 election. It reflects Japan's concerns about the implications of a potential second Trump term for US-Japan relations. 

Businesses also see Trump as a risk because of the protectionist policies that were put in place during his first tenure. As Japan foresees the possibility of Trump becoming president again, therefore, it's making an effort to talk to people close to him to make sure the US makes decisions that have Asia's best interests at heart.

In your own words, describe "Moshitora" Do Homework
What are the potential implications for US-Japan diplomatic relations if Trump is re-elected? Do Homework
Why are Trump's protectionist policies particularly worrisome for Japanese businesses? Do Homework
What lessons can Japan learn from Trump's first term that could prepare it for potential policy shifts in a second term? Do Homework
In your opinion, is Trump's re-election as the president of the United States a good or bad thing? Why? Do Homework