After declaring NATO 'obsolete' in an earlier interview, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump says United Nations ''same thing, smaller numbers.'' Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Ahead of the Republican nominating contest in Wisconsin, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump came out in the city of Rothschild to defend his remarks about NATO, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. "Now people, these great experts, they've studied NATO for 30 years, and now they're saying 'That was a brilliant suggestion'" Trump said, responding to criticism for declaring in an interview that NATO had become obsolete and for asserting that as president he might loosen the ties with long-standing U.S. allies. "By the way, United Nations -- same thing, smaller numbers,'" Trump added. "Do they ever settle anything? It's just like a political gang."