Trump likely to get peevish with NATO allies before his love fest with Putin
If the past is prologue, President Trump can be counted on to antagonize and offend long-standing allies at the NATO meeting in Brussels this week. Then, during his follow-up summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin, NATO’s greatest adversary, Trump is almost certain to sing the praises of the dictator and act as if they are the closest of chums. After these two meetings, referring to the President of the United States as the Leader of the Free World may be a gross misnomer.
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