Report: NATO Trying to ‘Trump-Proof’ His First Visit
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NATO officials are looking to cater their upcoming international meeting to President Trump’s infamously short attention span, Foreign Policy reported on Monday. Among the changes reportedly being implemented by the alliance: limiting talks to two-to-four minutes in length, and not posting a full post-meeting statement cementing NATO’s latest strategy to emerge from its talks. The former change would be to avoid running out the clock on Trump’s inability to focus on dull, in-depth discussions; and the latter would be to avoid the possibility that he publicly contradicts the declarations of the alliance.