LONDON — French President Emmanuel Macron undermined NATO unity by displaying a “go-it-alone” attitude that angered diplomats around the world, America’s envoy to NATO said.
“We think France’s statements are way out of line,” Kay Bailey Hutchison, the U.S. ambassador to the international alliance, told the Washington Examiner. “And there was quite a lot of consternation among our allies about France’s sort of go-it-alone mentality.”
Macron emerged as a source of consternation in London, where alliance leaders huddled for a NATO meeting to celebrate the security bloc’s 70th anniversary. The assembly took place amid significant disputes between key allies, but Macron’s public suggestion that NATO is suffering