President Trump on Thursday praised Poland for meeting its financial commitments to NATO — and warned other European nations that they still have to cough up the cash. “Europe must do more. Europe must demonstrate that it believes in its future by investing money for its future,” he said at the speech in Warsaw. “That...
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