by Reid J. Epstein
David Stockman’s Contra Corner
RACINE, Wis. – A relatively subdued Donald Trump on Saturday offered a lengthy defense of his proposals to deconstruct the American military treaty with European allies.
The Republican presidential front-runner offered his critique of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization as part of a broadside against Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, who leads him in polling ahead of Tuesday’s Wisconsin primary. Mr. Trump said he would ask European nations for retroactive compensation for American contributions to the alliance.