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Trump into the usual tirade on how the NATO allies were getting a free ride while ripping off the United States in trade, Mr. Carlson moved to his next prompt: “So, let’s say Montenegro, which joined last year, is attacked. Why should my son go to Montenegro to defend it from attack? Why is that?” “I understand what you’re saying,” Mr. Trump responded. “I’ve asked the same question.” “Tiny” Montenegro, he continued, has “very aggressive people. They may get aggressive and congratulations, you’re in World War III.” He then segued to a claim that he had already “raised” an additional $44 billion from NATO members and there was more to come, followed by a riff on how immigration was “destroying the culture of Europe.” The answer to Mr. Carlson’s and Mr. Trump’s question on why defend Montenegro from attack is, of course, Article 5 of the NATO treaty, the central tenet that requires every member to come to the aid of any ally under attack.
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