Nicholas Bagley

University of Michigan law professor

University of Michigan law professor

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President Trump has harsh words for European leaders at the beginning of his visits, but by the end, he says it's all fine. Is it all fine?

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President Trump has harsh words for European leaders at the beginning of his visits, but by the end, he says it's all fine. Is it all fine?

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