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Yamiche Alcindor Worries Trump ‘Traumatized’ European Leaders, Asks Biden Adviser How to Heal Those ‘Scars’

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Yamiche Alcindor continues to use her taxpayer-funded perch at PBS NewsHour to hold the long-departed Trump administration to account, asking Biden adviser Jake Sullivan how the White House plans to address the “scars” that former president Trump inflicted on his European counterparts during his time in office.

During a press conference with National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan on Monday, Alcindor inquired about “how President Biden plans to convince especially our European allies that former President Trump was an anomaly in some ways, all of the things that he did to in some ways traumatize those leaders —calling into question the need for NATO?”

“What’s the plan there and is there concern that those scars are gonna be deeper than his ability to address them?” Alcindor finished.

PBS’ Yamiche Alcindor to National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan:

“Can you talk a bit about how Pres. Biden plans to convince our European allies that former Pres. Trump was an anomaly… Is there concern that those scars are gonna be deeper than his ability to address them?” pic.twitter.com/NOqD9d5N3V

— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) June 7, 2021

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