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Trump already a tainted name in Indonesia after Muslim ban remarks

File photo of U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaking at a campaign rally in CadillacBy Fransiska Nangoy and Randy Fabi BOGOR/JAKARTA, Indonesia (Reuters) – Few villagers living near a half-built golf course in Indonesia’s West Java province know the name Donald Trump, and fewer still are aware that one of his firms will be managing a six-star hotel and luxury resort in their backyard. The anger simmering across the Pacific is a likely preview of the strained relations a Trump presidency could expect not only in Indonesia, but from the rest of the Muslim world. Indonesia, whose more than 200 million Muslims largely practice a moderate form of Islam, has close relations with the United States.

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