Former US commander: Troop withdrawal from Germany ‘gift to Kremlin’
01 August 2020 | 3:35 pm
Former US commander in Europe Lieutenant General Ben Hodges has slammed President Donald Trump's plan to withdraw troops from Germany. In a DW interview, he says it will hurt diplomatic ties and US Army capability.
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