@nytimes
The New York Times
5 days ago
President Emmanuel Macron of France welcomed the U.S.’s renewed cooperation with Europe, but said, “the key is that Europeans remain united and attentive to their joint sovereignty.” https://t.co/h61qrf6yCA
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@hakandahlstrom
Håkan Dahlström 🇪🇺
5 days ago
@nytimes Go Europe. Go. 😎💪
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@YuvalLeshem
Yuval Leshem MBA |CEO⁝HR Director⁝R&D⁝CO.FOUNDER|
5 days ago
@nytimes President Emmanuel Macron of France welcomed the U.S.’s renewed cooperation with Europe, but said, “the key is that Europeans remain united and attentive to their joint sovereignty.” https://t.co/0AZjFO9tbt
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@iceman24_7
Jeff
5 days ago
@nytimes Well that's just a slap in the face if you ask me.
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@k_seamans
William K. Seamans
5 days ago
@nytimes I don't have a problem with that. Being "globocop" was extreme; 'America First' was extreme. It would be best for the U.S. to focus on being a world partner, rather than the boss of it.
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@Lu_Lams_
thatUnkoolKid🇵🇸
5 days ago
@nytimes Colonisers telling other colonisers that they want to maintain their sovereignty while actively colonising and suppressing the sovereignty of other countries is actually quite rich. The cognitive dissonance is unmatched.
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@postmichel1
Freya Torgmann 🇪🇺 🇩🇪
5 days ago
@nytimes Agreed. As long as he doesn't say Europe but means France.
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@PeterSStrempel
Peter Strempel
5 days ago
@nytimes Quite so. Who's to say when the Republicans will next impose a neo-Nazi regime on the American people. McConnell makes no secret of his ambition to bring that about.
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