After NATO, the WTO: Trump ready to rip up post-war order


WASHINGTON, D.C: Toughening immigration checks for the French and Germans, questioning NATO obligations and hinting at an exit from the World Trade Organization: Donald Trump cast further doubt Sunday on US alliances and commitments around the world. In his first wide-ranging interview since he was crowned the Republican Party’s White House nominee, the billionaire and political novice spelled out his stance on a slew of foreign policy, international trade and national security issues. If he wins in November, he told NBC’s “Meet the Press,” France and other nations hit by recent terror attacks would be subjected to “extreme” immigration checks as a deterrent to attacks on US soil. Trump recently shifted from calling for a ban on Muslims entering the United States to advocating freezing flows from what he calls countries “compromised by terrorism.”



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