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Tom Nichols / The Atlantic:
Trump Encourages Putin to Attack NATO Members  —  At a rally on Saturday, the former president announced he would tell the Russians “to do whatever the hell they want” to states delinquent in their bills.  —  Donald Trump, the 45th president of the United States and the presumptive Republican nominee …
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Kelly Garrity / Politico:
‘Enough to make Reagan ill’: Trump's NATO remarks under fire  —  “Honestly this seems kinda important,” said Sen. Brian Schatz.  —  Democrats and some Republicans were quick to condemn Donald Trump after the former president said Saturday night he would “encourage” Russia to attack …
Edward Helmore / The Guardian:
Trump says he would encourage Russia to attack Nato allies who pay too little  —  Republican senator Marco Rubio seeks to downplay meaning of remarks as White House describes them as ‘unhinged’  —  A Republican senator has sought to calm rising European security anxieties created by Donald Trump …
Kate Sullivan / CNN:
Trump says he would encourage Russia to ‘do whatever the hell they want’ to any NATO country that doesn't pay enough  —  Former President Donald Trump on Saturday said he would encourage Russia to do “whatever the hell they want” to any NATO member country that doesn't meet spending guidelines …
Michael Gold / New York Times:
Trump Says He Gave NATO Allies Warning: Pay In or He'd Urge Russian Aggression  —  Speaking in Conway, S.C., Donald J. Trump said as president he'd told NATO allies that he would urge Russian aggression against countries that owed the military alliance money.
James FitzGerald / BBC:
Trump says he would ‘encourage’ Russia to attack Nato allies who do not pay their bills  —  Watch: Trump would not protect countries from attack by Russia if they do not pay enough into Nato  —  Donald Trump has said he would “encourage” Russia to attack any Nato member that fails to pay …
Discussion: Chicago Tribune
Alex Isenstadt / Politico:
Trump meets with GOP megadonor Miriam Adelson  —  The former president had dinner with the casino executive on Thursday.  —  Former President Donald Trump dined with casino executive Miriam Adelson in Las Vegas on Thursday, his latest indication he is moving to consolidate the support of the Republican donor class.
David Cohen / Politico:
Rubio declines to criticize Trump over comments on Haley's husband  —  “It's just part of these campaign cycles,” he said.  —  Sen. Marco Rubio on Sunday declined to condemn former President Donald Trump for his rhetoric Saturday about the husband of Republican rival Nikki Haley, a National Guard officer now deployed overseas.
Frank Gardner / BBC:
Nato says Trump comments ‘undermine all of our security’  —  And so it begins.  Nine months still to go before the next US presidential election and already the Republican party favourite and former President Donald Trump is sending eyebrows and blood pressure skywards in Nato capitals with his provocative statements.
Discussion: Blue Virginia
Sara Boboltz / HuffPost:
Trump Says He Might ‘Encourage’ Russia To Attack NATO Allies  —  “You gotta pay your bills,” said the former president notorious for not paying his own bills.  —  LOADING  —  Former President Donald Trump delivered an alarming message to U.S. allies during a Saturday rally where he outlined …
Wall Street Journal:
Trump Is Strongest GOP Leader Standing as Johnson, McConnell Take Flak
Discussion: Reuters and HuffPost
Shamim Adam / Bloomberg:
NATO Joins White House in Rejecting Trump's Remarks on Alliance
Discussion: Associated Press and Fox News
Marianne LeVine / Washington Post:
Trump suggests he'd disregard NATO treaty, urge Russian attacks on allies
CNN:
Trump attacks Haley for absence of her husband, who is deployed
Jonathan Chait / New York Magazine:
Trump Says He'd Encourage Russia to Attack NATO Allies Who Don't Pay
Discussion: New York Times and The Hill
Ron Filipkowski / MeidasTouch:   Trump Says He Will Refuse to Honor NATO Treaty
Meredith Deliso / ABC News:
Overwhelming majority of Americans think Biden is too old for another term: POLL  —  A majority also think Trump is too old for a second term.  —  President Joe Biden delivers remarks in the State Dining Room of the White House in Washington, D.C., on Feb. 6, 2024.
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Politico:
Playbook: ‘Wild’ and ‘dangerous’ Trump upstages ‘elderly’ Biden  —  With help from Eli Okun, Garrett Ross and Bethany Irvine  —  DRIVING THE DAY  —  Yesterday, we laid out the case many prominent Democrats and JOE BIDEN-supporting editorialists are making for the president to exit his …
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Axios:
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CNN:
McCarthy foes face blowback as primary threats grow and GOP donors shut their wallets  —  Watch CNN's coverage of the eight House Republicans who voted to oust former Speaker Kevin McCarthy on “Inside Politics Sunday with Manu Raju” at 11 a.m. ET.  —  CNN —  Donors no longer want to contribute to their campaigns.
Discussion: Raw Story and Washington Examiner
 
 
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