Why is Donald Trump ignoring Germany?
23 August 2019 | 6:00 am
With Trump due to attend the G-7 in France and later visit Poland, many are wondering why a stop-over with Angela Merkel in Berlin isn't on the list. Experts say the cold shoulder move is part of a wider strategy.
A highway in Berlin remains blocked as firefighters continue to tackle a blaze in the city's Grunewald forest.
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The move further escalates the dispute over classified documents discovered at Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida. It's unclear whether the nation's highest court will accept the request.
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