EU dealings with Trump

March 8, 2019

Some gestures and words by the President of the United States Donald Trump addressed to the European authorities indicate the complete disagreement of the White House with the European Union. Over the past few days, there have been reports about the unambiguous talks between President of the United States and some of the European Union’s member states. Trump called on French President “Emmanuel Macron” to quit the European Union and so build broader two-sided relations with the United States! On the other hand, Trump has officially asked the British Prime Minister “Theresa May” to take legal action against the European Union rather than working together with it.  These are signs of the extensive and wide-ranging opposition of the United States to United Europe. This clash can become a full-grown quarrel in the future. On the other hand, the European Union has not yet made a well-founded reply to the United States, and it has embraced a policy of having connections with Tramp but this policy can’t be assumed for a long time! It was almost two years back that Tramp asserted backing from nationalist groups during the presidential election campaign. The White House thinks that the key and most suitable way in this regard is the victory of nationalist groups in Europe. The U.S. President Donald Trump continues to oppose the EU. Four months later, the European Parliamentary elections are programmed to take place. The U.S. government officials are trying to win European nationalist streams in this election. Heads of the European Union are mindful of U.S.-backed nationalist groups in Europe. But the problem is that Europe has not got much of an opportunity to avert a crisis that is headed by the White House. It is to be noted that Trump doesn’t principally follow the clash with United Europe in the shape of a veiled policy, but he openly announces it in public and in front of the mass media. This mirrors the severe conflict between Washington and the European Union during the presidency of Donald Trump. But it appears that the EU and the Eurozone officials do not comprehend this simple fact, or perhaps they deliberately close their eyes to it. Certainly, this could bring economic, political and even solid security jolts to Europe in the future. Therefore, Europe needs to get out of the stage of working together with Trump as soon as probable and adopt the policy of challenging the President of the United States. If the European Union defers it and continues to be hopeful about its future ties with Washington, it will face recurrent and persistent security and economic strains, which will in the long run be beyond the power of the European officials to deal with.

Europe needs to get out of the stage of working together with Trump as soon as probable and adopt the policy of challenging the President of the United States.

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