In today’s assessment, Christine Lagarde, the President of the European Central Bank, highlighted concerns about the potential re-election of Donald Trump as the President of the United States, identifying threats to Europe in terms of trade tariffs, Trump’s NATO commitment, and his position on climate change. Thierry Breton, the European Commissioner for the Internal Market, also recently emphasized Trump’s prior warning that the U.S. may not come to the aid of the EU in case of a military attack. A recent poll conducted by “Reuters” and “Ipsos” published on Wednesday indicates Trump’s leading position in the Republican nomination race for the upcoming November elections.