Trump blasts Macron ‘brain dead’ comments as ‘nasty’ – BBC News

By | December 10, 2019

Trump blasts Macron ‘brain dead’ comments as ‘nasty’
– BBC News
Trump blasts Macron ‘brain dead’ comments as ‘nasty’
– BBC News
What’S the president, who said that it got to be unfair for the United States, because the United States will take a disproportionate amount, and I heard that president macron said NATO is brain-dead. I think it’s very insulting to a lot of different forces, including a man. A very good job of running made up, especially with the fact that NATO is becoming much more flexible in terms of what it looks at, but I was very surprised, I’d like to ask you: what did you think he made a statement, Play-Doh being brain dead? What did you think is the end of the Cold War, the higher in the eastern part of the alliance between US and Canada, or investing more holes in high-end, the capabilities, and we are the park against the Thai restaurant in Lawrenceville, first Finals, addressing the security implications Of the Russell finals, this Alliance have proven once again to be able to adapt to change, responding to a changing world so. 1/8 in floating them 28 countries. I think that unemployment rate in France – France, is not doing well economically at all, just starting to text other people’s products. So therefore, we going to when was just taking place right now and technology and we’re doing their wines, and everything else said it said it’s a very tough statement to make. When you have such difficulty in in France, you look at what’s happened with the yellow vests during chicken pox are. There seems that they’ve had a very rough year, and you just can’t go around making statements like that about NATO. It’S very disrespectful.
US President Donald Trump has accused his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron of being “nasty” for saying Nato was brain dead.
Mr Trump is in London for a summit marking the bloc’s 70th anniversary.

At a news conference, Mr Trump said Nato served a great purpose and Mr Macron’s remarks had been “very insulting”.

He also said he could see France “breaking off” from Nato, but did not explain why.

Speaking last month, Mr Macron had complained that Nato members were no longer co-operating on key issues.

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