Well ever since the US decided to step out of the climate accord, I've been wondering whether some consider the US the biggest enemy of Europe. Considering climate change will hit Europe hard and there is no way to protect ourselves without large sacrifices.
Then there is the Iran deal, when after a decade of talks there was finally an agreement with Iran, only for the US to unilaterally step out of the deal leaving the whole economy in limbo.
Finally I notice that the Iraq/Syrian refugee crisis seems an effect of a war that raged for way too long in Syria. Where also the US played a role, yet the US didn't take responsibility by taking in refugees or pay for the damages done.
I understand that historic events have led the EU and US to take steps to integrate our economies more and more. Given the above, however, I am wondering whether there is any party in Europe that advocates the untangling of EU-US cooperation in terms of economic and military cooperation?