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Montenegrins are “very aggressive” people who could cause a WWIII, said US President Donald Trump. / Photo: Pixabay

Donald Trump’s comments in the interview with Fox News that Montenegrins are “very aggressive” people who could cause a WWIII are puzzling many in the region and beyond. Ranko Krivokapić, leader of the opposition Social Democratic Party, told BBC: “With this kind of president, with his knowledge of foreign policy, who knows what is going on? ” Comments on Twitter, such as those by CNN’s Jake Tapper as well as by US Senator John McCain, suggest that some suspect mentioning Montenegro was not a coincidence. Last year Montenegro accused Russia of a failed coup on its former prime minister prior to the country joining NATO. Ranko Krivokapić, leader of the opposition Social Democratic Party, told BBC: “With this kind of president, with his knowledge of foreign policy, who knows what is going on? ”  
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