Russia and the PRC have been "separated" since the 1950s when Mao and Khrushchev fell out over the denunciation over Stalin and then in the 1960s, over the Cultural Revolution. At no point have they agreed ideologically since. The Russians' Eastern Frontier with the PRC is heavily fortified and remains so. The Russians fear the idea of an expansionist China. To suggest that they are somehow in league is ludicrous.
Trump's Foreign Policy plans appear, at least initially, to be quite insane. He is playing to his domestic audience and it shows. Their paranoia and fear of the world is palpable. Despite Muslims Terrorism killing so few Americans and causing relatively little actual disruption to American society, American society seems terrified at the idea of Muslim Terrorists, despite none coming into the US as refugees. I'm willing to accept that Trump may be smarter than he initially appears but I wonder if he'll be anything other than a one-term President. His efforts to try and bring Putin into the fold are admirable but I wonder if Putin is worth the effort? Russia is a wreck economically, with everything centred on one man and his coterie of associates. Once Putin leaves the scene, where does that leave Russia?
Trumps efforts against China appear amateurish and even childish. I am quite willing to reserve judgement on that aspects of his Presidency. His efforts to place the United States central to his foreign policy are interesting. I do know he's pissed off my Prime Minister and as far as I am concerned, thats admirable.