Europeans hope the president who disparages allies and praises autocrats is an aberration but fear problems may run deeper

The words “WE ARE ALLIES” are emblazoned in two-foot yellow and white letters on fences around the Nato headquarters in Brussels, in anticipation of Wednesday’s summit.

After nearly seven decades of the most successful alliance in world history, this sort of reminder should not be necessary. But given the events of the past year and a half, there is little doubt about what this message is meant to say and to whom.

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