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Trump Begins NATO Summit by Targeting Macron’s ‘Brain Death’ Comment Tuesday, 3 December 2019 ()
President Trump said a warning from President Emmanuel Macron of France that Europe could no longer assume support from the United States was “a very dangerous statement.”
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News video: Trump blasts Macron for 'very nasty statement' on NATO

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U.S. President Donald Trump said on Tuesday he could see France breaking off from NATO which he described as a surprise because he believes it needs more protection than anybody else. Emer McCarthy reports.

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