Trump Slams Germany as Being a 'Captive' to Russia
At NATO Wednesday, U.S. President Trump targeted Germany for special criticism, accusing the largest and wealthiest European member of the West’s defense alliance of being a “captive” of Russia because it is receiving energy supplied from NATO’s traditional adversary. VOA’s White House bureau chief, Steve Herman has the details from NATO Headquarters in Brussels.
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Published Date: Thursday, July 12th, 2018 | 10:45 AM
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