America's foreign partners are worried that Donald Trump doesn't support U.S. alliances and that they would be in danger if he's elected president, Robert Hormats, vice chairman of Kissinger Associates, said Thursday.
Hormats has met with Chinese, Saudi and numerous other officials in recent days. The former assistant secretary of state said Trump's campaign trail rhetoric has left foreign leaders concerned.
The presumptive Republican presidential nominee has called for a readjustment of NATO, saying the alliance is "obsolete" and the United States pays too much under the current arrangement. He has also said it may be in America's favor if Japan, South Korea and Saudi Arabia obtain nuclear weapons.