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Macron declines to back down over NATO comments

CBS News Tuesday, 3 December 2019
French President Emmanuel Macron said he stands by comments that NATO is experiencing "brain death," comments U.S. President Trump condemned as "nasty." The two were cordial in a bilateral meeting in London on Tuesday.
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Trump Slams Macron Over 'Brain Dead' NATO Comments . French President Emmanuel Macron gave an interview with 'The Economist' last month, saying the U.S. is "turning its back on us.". What we are currently experiencing is the brain death of NATO, French President Emmanuel Macron, via 'The Economist'....

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