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Trump’s Now “All for NATO,” Takes Credit for Fixing It

Back in July, Donald Trump suggested off-handedly that he would upend decades of U.S. national security policy when told the New York Times that NATO member countries in the Baltics could count on U.S. support only if they “fulfill their obligations to us.” This was problematic not only because it suggested he was interested in transforming America from world’s policeman to global protection racket, and also because Baltic state Estonia actually is meeting its NATO military spending target.
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