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In Trump’s US the EU is a rival’

In Trump’s US the EU is a rival’ President has ‘no interest’ in Europe, blasts diplomat.

DONALD Trump is “not interested” in maintaining close relations with the European Union, the former French ambassador to the US has declared.

The former French ambassador to the US bemoaned Mr Trump's support of Brexit François Bujon de l'Estang  said the Republican’s pledge to put ‘America first’ has forever shifted the political status quo.

Mr Bujon de l'Estang added that Mr Trump was more interested in forging close ties with post-Brexit Britain.

Speaking to the French radio station Europe 1, he said: “Mr Trump has hailed Britain’s decision to leave the EU as a ‘great victory’ and has made it clear that Britain is more important to him than Brussels

Read the full story at http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/758417/Donald-Trump-US-EU-rival-President-no-interest-Europe

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  1. And why should the USA have any time for the EU ? The Euro was devised not for the common good but to rival the US$ as the worlds reserve currency. If the Euro could achieve that and develop it's own version of the petrodollar it would mean the EU could write it's own cheque book.
    The Euro failed in that respect and has been a disaster for many EU nations who would rather revert back to their own currencies.

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