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Donald Trump goes after Macron at start of NATO summit

Deutsche Welle Tuesday, 3 December 2019
The US President called Macron's "brain dead" NATO remarks "nasty," saying he could see Paris leaving the alliance. The remarks set the tone for what is expected to be another tense summit.
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