Just a few days before the inauguration, President-elect Donald trump has released its own data disk.
It contains information about his foreign policy and caused widespread confusion among European allies. The Minister of foreign Affairs of Germany at the EU meetings in Brussels, described the reaction among the leaders as "surprise and excitement."
Trump said in a joint interview to the German newspaper Bild and the British newspaper, The Times - their thinking on a range of global issues concerning China and Russia, and NATO, their thoughts about the Chancellor of Germany Angela Merkel and the Queen of England. He praised and scolded Merkel, accusing her of "catastrophic mistake" letting "all these illegals into the country," obviously referring to the 2015 open door policy Merkel.
He admits that he is not a politician, and says the deals first and foremost with Russia. "Let's see if we can make some good deals with Russia," he told reporters, Recalling the deal on nuclear arms reductions with Vladimir Putin.
He also raised fundamental questions about future relations with Russia, describing NATO as an outdated organisation, because it was "developed many, many years ago," and that other countries "are not doing what they should do."
We also discussed other, less obvious deals. On the one hand, trump promises the UK welcome the speedy agreement on trade
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