Donald Trump: 'NATO no longer obsolete'

US President Donald Trump has made a sharp U-turn on his foreign policies with regards to NATO and China.

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    US President Donald Trump has made a sharp U-turn on his foreign policies with regards to NATO and China.

     

    Abandoning his campaign rhetoric criticising NATO, Trump said that the military alliance is "no longer obsolete", and a "bulwark of international peace and security".

    Meanwhile, he said China had not been a "currency manipulator" for some time.

    Al Jazeera's James Bays reports from Washington, DC.


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