CLEVELAND — Donald Trump’s comments Wednesday about a new U.S. approach to NATO and other world issues were not a mistake, or bluster, or a negotiating position meant to strike some future deal with America’s allies. He meant every word and will do what he said whether Europeans and Republicans like it or not, according to his chief policy adviser.
Sam Clovis, who has been the Trump campaign’s top policy official since last August, told an audience Thursday that the Republican nominee’s comments in an interview with the New York Times, which included threats to condition the U.S. commitment to aiding NATO allies in distress on their financial ...
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