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'NATO cannot be an alliance a la carte,' says EU's Josep Borrell

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"NATO cannot be an alliance a la carte," EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell says after Donald Trump downplayed his commitment to the bloc's security umbrella in Europe should he become US president again. SOUNDBITE

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