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Trump slams Emmanuel Macron's rebuke of NATO, says France needs the alliance the most

FOXNews.com Tuesday, 3 December 2019 ()
President Trump on Tuesday slammed French President Emmanuel Macron’s recent rebuke of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), saying France historically is the country most in need of the military protection afforded by the now 70-year-old alliance.
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News video: Trump reacts to Macron's NATO criticism

Trump reacts to Macron's NATO criticism 01:38

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Tuesday that French President Emmanuel Macron had been "very insulting" by describing NATO as "brain dead" as the two leaders prepared to attend a NATO summit.

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