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Will Donald Trump pull the US out of NATO?

The Donald is known for overturning key policies based on what he did after taking over from Obama. He famously started by cutting out Obama Care, then went out to cancel historical agreements that the US had made with Iran and much more. With his popularity in the upcoming elections, will he put a plug to the NATO partnership and pull out the US? This seems like an outrageous idea considering the US is the highest contributor to NATO. However, the threat that faces NATO members is mainly Russia which is far away from US. Pulling out will enable the US to redirect the funds they spend annually on other defence options, and being physically distanced from Russia, any possible war in Europe will not directly affect the US..

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  1. USA is to NATO what Russia was to the USSR. the US may verify the last country to leave and if their exit happens sooner, other members will be inspired to also leave or form regional alliances.

    USA is to NATO what Russia was to the USSR. the US may verify the last country to leave and if their exit happens sooner, other members will be inspired to also leave or form regional alliances.

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  1. More governments within the NATO states are finding it hard to justify this high spending when they have local issues that the people feel need more attention. This is causing an inner division and only the baltic states are the only ones that are showing extra commitment because they are the firstRead more

    More governments within the NATO states are finding it hard to justify this high spending when they have local issues that the people feel need more attention. This is causing an inner division and only the baltic states are the only ones that are showing extra commitment because they are the first line of defence. The US has been pushing for more countries to reach the 2% agreed target and after more than 10 years since Russia attacked Ukraine, only 7 out of 32 NATO members have reached this target. This has frustrated the US and Donald Trump seems like the person to make the decision of pulling the US out.

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