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Boris Johnson to back Donald Trump on Nato spending

BBC News Friday, 2 December 2016
Boris Johnson to back Donald Trump on Nato spendingBritain will support the US President-elect's campaign to get Nato countries to spend more on defence.
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News video: Britain’s Boris Johnson Says Donald Trump ‘Has a Point’ On NATO

Britain’s Boris Johnson Says Donald Trump ‘Has a Point’ On NATO 00:39

British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said that Donald Trump “has a point” in his indignation about uneven levels of spending on the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).

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