“The Swedish government on Sunday demanded that the White House clarifies what US President Donald Trump meant while speaking at a Florida rally on Saturday during which he referred to what appeared to be a serious incident ‘last night in Sweden’,” The Local writes. “The only twist was that nothing spectacular happened in Sweden on Friday.”
“Citizens are calling for peace and possibility, which is why the EU should work to bring citizens closer to the EU, empower liberals, distance itself from nationalists and uncover the corrupt who stall reforms and undermine progress,” Jeton Zulfaj writes in an article published by EU Observer.
I second that.
“Today, tomorrow and every day hence, be confident that the United States is now and will always be your greatest ally,” Pence said at the summit i Munich. “Be assured: President Trump and the American people are fully devoted to our transatlantic union.”
Not exactly what President Trump has said in the recent past.
Chris Cillizza of the Washington Post writes about a bizarre answer from a bizarre president.