This European Country Says Russian Allies Are Paying For Violence. Now It’s Asking For Trump’s Help.
The Macedonian prime minister told BuzzFeed News that pro-Russian businessmen are trying to stop the country from joining NATO by paying for violent protests.
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Not long after President Donald Trump woke up Wednesday morning in Brussels, he arrived at a public breakfast and took aim at his latest favorite target for ridicule, NATO allies, for not boosting their defense spending. “Many countries are not paying what they should,” he said. “And, frankly, many countries owe us a tremendous amount…
Donald Trump appeared to alienate our allies while in Europe leading up to his meeting with Vladimir Putin on Monday, a meeting multiple U.S. lawmakers are urging the White House to cancel in the wake of 12 Russians being indicted in the Mueller investigation. Joy Reid and her panel discuss the president continuing to speak positively about Putin despite these indictments further indicating that Russia meddled in the 2016 election.