The American president’s repeated embrace of tyrants, most recently at the G-20 and with Kim Jong Un at the DMZ, shatters what little confidence in the U.S. Europeans had left.
Kimberly Dozier is a Senior National Security Correspondent at The Daily Beast & a CNN Global Affairs analyst.
She’s covered conflict across the Mideast and Europe, and national security policy in Washington, DC, since 1992, first as an award-winning CBS News correspondent and later as AP's intelligence writer.
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