President Trump kicked off the NATO summit with fierce criticism of Germany and other top American allies. Will his aggressive approach yield his policy objectives, including increased spending on defense? Judy Woodruff talks with former State Department official Victoria Nuland and John Mearsheimer of the University of Chicago for analysis of Trump's tactics and the state of the NATO alliance.
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