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Obama Claims NATO Alliance is Strong in These Dangerous Times
When NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg emerged from his meeting with President Obama, it didn’t take long for reporters to ask a question about Donald Trump.
The GOP presidential frontrunner has questioned why NATO even still exists. Trump has dismissed the 28-nation alliance as “obsolete,” and designed to fight an enemy that doesn’t exist anymore, the Soviet Union. President Barack Obama sat side-by-side with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg in the Oval Office on Monday, offering a symbolic rebuke to Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, who has questioned whether there’s still a need for the defense alliance.
Obama and Stoltenberg met to discuss last month’s , where NATO has its headquarters, the surge of refugees driven from and by and the alliance’s summit scheduled for July in Warsaw. The political backdrop, though, is November’s election, in which Trump has emerged as the Republican front-runner while questioning U.S. alliances including NATO.
“NATO continues to be a linchpin, a cornerstone of our collective defense and U.S. security policy,” Obama said after the meeting. Stoltenberg called the alliance “as important as ever.” Neither man mentioned Trump or the controversy over his statements.
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While NATO isn’t a member of the U.S.-led of its individual members like Great Britain, France and Turkey, to name a few, are.
The president also highlighted a number of other global challenges where NATO continues to play a role. For example, working with members Greece and Turkey to deal with the humanitarian crisis caused by the exodus of refugees. NATO also continues to back where Russia has captured territory in.
Meanwhile, for all the criticism Trump has taken for his recent foreign policy pronouncements, he did raise an issue about NATO that echoes an Obama administration concern.