French President says he stands by his statement on NATO
Wednesday, 4 December 2019 London [UK], Dec 3 (ANI): French President Emmanuel Macron said on Tuesday that he stood by his recent statement on NATO where he described the long-time coalition as suffering from "brain death" in part due to lack of United States' leadership under President Donald Trump.
Nato leaders appeared to mock Donald Trump at a Buckingham Palace reception. A huddle which included Prime Minister Boris Johnson and the Princess Royal was filmed apparently gossiping about the US president’s unorthodox style on Tuesday night, although Mr Trump is not mentioned by name. During the...
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