With all eyes turned towards Brussels in anticipation of a highly anticipated NATO summit set for later in the week, Gordon Sondland, a hotelier-turned-United States Ambassador to the European Union, arrived in the EU capital a day ahead US President Donald J. Trump to present his credentials to European Council President Donald Tusk.

Sondland, a first-generation American whose parents fled from Germany after the rise of the Nazi Party, is a billionaire hotel magnate and a longtime member of ...


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