European officials extend hand to Trump and allies as second term becomes more likely

European officials extend hand to Trump and allies as second term becomes more likely


With the Washington, D.C., NATO summit in full swing, European officials have acknowledged the for-now likely possibility of former President Donald Trump winning the presidency and have indicated they are willing to work with the former president.

It comes as President Joe Biden faces calls from his own party to step down and has hemorrhaged support in the polls following the first presidential debate. Some European leaders have declined to criticize Trump in recent days and have tailored their messaging to be inclusive of him. Others are actively seeking out his advisers and other Republicans.

Here are a few of those instances.

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Zelensky remarks to Republicans during NATO summit

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky addressed Republicans at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute on Tuesday,

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