2018-08-10 07:00:06 UTC
which is usually subject to intense 11th-hour negotiations, came just
weeks after Mr. Trump refused to sign off on a communiqué from the June
meeting of the Group of 7 in Canada.
The rushed machinations to get the policy done, as demanded by John R.
Bolton, the national security adviser, have not been previously
reported. Described by European diplomats and American officials, the
efforts are a sign of the lengths to which the president’s top advisers
will go to protect a key and longstanding international alliance from
Mr. Trump’s unpredictable antipathy.
Trump's advisors have to keep on correcting his stupidity.