CNN exclusive: European Parliament President says Brexit is a ‘wound’ for bloc

CNN exclusive: European Parliament President says Brexit is a 'wound' for bloc 1


CNN's Nina dos Santos sits down with European Parliament President David Sassoli to take the mood of the EU Parliament as it prepares for Brexit on January 31, 2020.

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41 Comments on "CNN exclusive: European Parliament President says Brexit is a ‘wound’ for bloc"

  1. TYT SUCKS SWAN BALLS | January 28, 2020 at 7:41 AM | Reply

    Good morning!

  2. I hope Britain extend the freedom it gained from the EU to the freedom seeking Scotland from the UK!

  3. Newsreader is really pretty.

  4. SENNA HAASTERECHT | January 28, 2020 at 9:43 AM | Reply


  5. More of a double amputation than a wound mate see ya.

  6. I have been watching this crap for years. If there’s a “wound” from this, it must be the wealthy that will receive it. If it was the common person, this would have been over a long time ago.

  7. Sal'tripin Guitar & Pedal Co. | January 28, 2020 at 12:26 PM | Reply

    Putin loves BREXIT

  8. Home of The Free | January 28, 2020 at 1:05 PM | Reply

    Good bye globalists . Your new world order is finished.

  9. Cергей Serj | January 28, 2020 at 2:38 PM | Reply

    Good luck GREAT Britain!
    KALASHNIKOV bless you)))

  10. michael murratti | January 28, 2020 at 3:09 PM | Reply


    • The EU was never meant to be. It was meant to only ever be a common market. That’s why we signed up, but that wasn’t enough for the corrupt and greedy EU mafia.

  11. putang ina mo e.u.

  12. Globalism was fine in the beginning until it started forgetting about the people at home. If you could’ve balanced between the 2 then everyone would’ve been fine with globalism. A lot of good came from globalism but sadly it’s choking the poor folks.

  13. “To think of London as far from Brussels or Rome”
    It’s interesting how he, like the majority of the higher ups only really seems to be interested in talking about London, our financial capital. There is no interest in the UK as a whole, just the money we have brought to the table, year after year. They won’t mourn us leaving as much as they will miss our massive financial ‘contributions’.

    • now you know how the US feels about the UN. we contribute 22% (the most of any country) and we get nothing in return but complaints for more. i hope the UK thrives under the new agreement, it’s not your job to carry Europe!

    • I think you’re right. The EU is more interested in the money they’ll be losing after Brexit. Money makes the world go round!

    • @bingo_fuel I feel your annoyance. The US is also intrinsically tied to a similar position in NATO. I’m all for seeing the rest of Europe contribute more, but most other nations can’t even commit a minimum to that. Instead most of them just scoff at the UK for investing in our armed forces and having a nuclear deterrent or chide the US for not carrying even more. I hope one day they wake up and realize that holding hands and singing about unity alone won’t be enough to stop Russia, China or Iran.

    • Oh I suppose it wouldve made more sense saying that hed miss Swindon then stating the capital. Dont blame the EU for Londons status in the UK. Go read some history books starting from the 70s to date.

  14. John Broadhurst | January 28, 2020 at 4:35 PM | Reply

    I just hope it’s a fatal wound

  15. school : west liberty salem pleaseee

  16. Repulse theMonkey | January 28, 2020 at 4:59 PM | Reply

    What he means is a shot to the head. The brain is dead, but the body doesn’t know it yet.

  17. Soccer America | January 28, 2020 at 10:04 PM | Reply

    Off course CNN is pro Soviet European Union. CNN is establishment cancer. Globalist cancer.

  18. The UK, US, Australia, Canada and New Zealand would make a strong trading bloc.

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