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>> German Chancellor Angela Merkel toasting countrymen at a campaign event in Munich, Sunday. But clearly coming away from the G7 and NATO Summit with a bad taste in her mouth. Merkel, telling the crowd, Europe can no longer rely on its allies after bruising meetings that often pitted U.S. President Donald Trump against fellow NATO members.
>> The times when we could completely count on others, they're over to a certain extent. I have experienced this in the last few days, and that is why I can only say, that we Europeans must really take our fate into our own hands. Of course, in friendship with the United States of America, in friendship with Great Britain and as good neighbors wherever that is possible, also with other countries, even with Russia.
But we have to know that we must fight for our future on our own.>> Trump on his just wrapped European trip, intensifying claims that NATO allies are not spending enough on defense and refusing to endorse the 2015 Paris Climate Accord, leaving European diplomats frustrated at having to revisit questions they had hoped were long settled.
Trump did back a pledge to fight protectionism with Merkel also saying that Germany stood with Britain and other nations against terror after last week's Manchester bombing that killed 22 people.