Macron Says NATO Is Experiencing ‘Brain Death’ Because of Trump
The French president wonders if NATO is still committed to collective defense, decries U.S. unilateralism and calls for more European autonomy.
Macron is just saying what everyone knows. Trump is a risk to global security every day he remains in office. Trump’s constant attacks on NATO - and his indifference to allies - has shattered global faith in collective security. That’s a disaster.
Macron Says NATO Is Experiencing ‘Brain Death’ Because of Trump - The New York Times
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NATO leaders will gather in London for an abbreviated summit meeting on Dec. 3 and 4 to mark the alliance’s 70th anniversary. Mr. Macron’s dark views about its future are bound to overshadow the meeting
Narrator: Macron actually never mentioned Trump, but instead pointed out structural differences in Euro and American interests. But NYTimes.