REPORT: France blasts Trump for the way he greeted Kim Jong Un


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France’s foreign minister blasted President Trump for giving US allies the cold shoulder at a G7 meeting in Canada, after which he “practically hugged” North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, according to a report Wednesday.

Jean-Yves le Drian acknowledged that Trump’s historic sitdown in Singapore with Kim was “an undoubted step forward” but questioned the president’s treatment of longtime friends.

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“In the space of just a day you see President Trump attacking Mr. Trudeau, who is a historic ally, and you see President Trump breaking with his collective allies after the G7 meeting in Quebec, and the next day practically hugged a dictator born into a Communist dictatorship which just a few days ago he said he was completely opposed to,” le Drian said, Agence France-Presse reported.

“We are in a destabilizing situation,” he added.

Le Drian also said Trump’s “America First” policy is resulting in America’s exit from the world stage.

“President Trump has decided to progressively dismantle the tools of multilateralism created after the last war,” he said. “It is a period of uncertainty and risk. … America is shutting itself away in its fortress of power.”

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