They only threatened to pull out "dotard" again, but they might as well have said it.
Entitled “Laughed At,” the ad used video of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau mocking Trump at a NATO summit in London earlier this week.
The Canadian prime minister was caught gossiping about Trump at Buckingham Palace, and the U.S. president did not take it well.
But then Macron ripped him over his coziness with Turkey.
Trump told national security officials he did not see the point of the alliance.
European countries "will be subjecting their own territory to the threat of a possible retaliatory strike.”
The U.S. mission has been cagey in acknowledging how close the attacker got to American generals.
The Taliban tried to kill the top U.S. commander in Afghanistan — and the military wants to play it down
Gen. Miller was reportedly saved by his body armor.
"We are looking at it very seriously," Trump said.
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