The indictment greeted with silence in Europe

The World

Former President Donald Trump has been indicted for his efforts to overturn the 2020 election by special counsel Jack Smith. The detailed indictment was unsealed on Tuesday, and since then, no European leader has commented on the charges. The World's Marco Werman talks with Jeremy Shapiro, a research director at the European Council on Foreign Relations who focuses on the trans-Atlantic relationship between Europe and the United States, about why such profound charges have been met with silence from European allies.

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