Trump Claims A Win On NATO Defense Spending

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Thursday that the United States’ commitment to NATO “remains very strong” after a summit in Brussels at which he said allies had made unprecedented commitments to increase spending on their own defense. “NATO is much stronger now than it was two days ago,” Trump told reporters, describing an unscheduled crisis meeting of the 29 alliance leaders on Thursday morning as “fantastic” and having “a great collegial spirit”.

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NATO Sec. General says summit was "very good," praises Pres. Trump for “having a real impact” on members increasing defense spending.

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Except that, according to participants including Macron, he never actually threatened to pull out of NATO. And today, he renewed the US commitment to the alliance.

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They reaffirmed to pay what they have been saying they would pay 2% GDP.

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Trump claims he secured firmer commitments at NATO summit from all 28 other member nations to increase their spending on defense. Macron said NATO members had made no new commitments. Whom to trust?

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46 minutes ago, damirUSBiH said:

Trump claims he secured firmer commitments at NATO summit from all 28 other member nations to increase their spending on defense. Macron said NATO members had made no new commitments. Whom to trust?

Who tells the truth the most ... I will let you decide

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