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To add to the other answers. First, you've booked the entire ticket in one go (I assume that's what you mean as 'one leg') therefore KLM/Delta (SkyTeam) have decided it's possible. And if you miss the connection you'll get the next available seat on that flight (note, that that may very well be the next day and 'next available seat' doesn't guarantee 'next ...
50 minutes is doable, especially since airlines tend to arrive ahead of time these days. In case you miss your connecting flight it is good to know your rights. Since, KLM and delta are in the same alliance, I woudn't worry. If you miss your connecting flight, you will most probably get the next flight without additional costs.
From my personal opinion, this plan sounds to risky, and not recommended. What if the flight encountered some delay on landing? What if there is a delay when you try to retrieve your baggage? even 10 mins of delay might cause you some issue. Even if everything goes as per plan, I still suggest you to run as soon as the plane lands since it's better to wait ...
Are you concerned about visa issues, security checks or potential fees? To go out of the international transit area, you need to go through a border checkpoint where the police (I think it's the Koninklijke Marechaussee) will check/decide if you have the right to enter the Schengen area (for a Tunisian national, it most likely means having a Schengen visa). ...
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