E.U.’s top diplomat responds to Trump’s NATO remarks

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The European Union’s High Representative Josep Borrell said “NATO cannot be an a la carte military alliance,” after Donald Trump suggested the U.S. might not protect NATO allies who do not spend enough on their own defense.