Obama tries to assure Greece about NATO commitment
ATHENS, Greece - President Barack Obama says the United States considers the NATO alliance a cornerstone of its security, and that a U.S. commitment to NATO is unwavering. Obama, who arrived in Greece today, is trying to assure the country following the election of Donald Trump. During the campaign, Trump complained about NATO, saying the U.S. has been paying more than its fair share and that he'll have to take a look at the alliance.
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