It's hard to tell.
Trump hasn't held any news conferences since his election.
He has only given interviews to the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal and released a two video statements to the country — including one outlining the "executive actions" he plans to implement on the first day of his presidency.
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Trump has also only attended two intelligence briefings since he won the election — a much lower number than his predecessors and fewer than even Vice President-elect Mike Pence.
So it's unclear whether the weight of the office has tempered some of the fiery rhetoric Trump expressed about foreign leaders and hot-button issues on the campaign trail and what his actual foreign policy will be.
One thing is for sure, when he was asked about how he sees America's role in the world by the New York Times, he replied that the U.S. should not "be a nation builder."