President trump takes to Twitter to commend NATO allies allocating more money to defense funding, saying ‘this is now changing, for the first time.’ In a pair of early morning tweets Saturday morning, the president said previous administrations have been unsuccessful in getting other countries to contribute more to defense. He added the U.S. pays $10 billions to subsidize Europe.
Rep. Ted Yoho discusses tariffs, NATO, and cyber attacks with One America’s Stephanie Myers.
Several British military officials are expressing their support for President Trump and his foreign policy agenda.
President Trump exposes the hypocrisy of NATO allies, who over hype the alleged Russian threat while doing multi-billion dollar business with the Kremlin. One America’s Kristian Rouz explains.
President Trump said he and other world leaders have made tremendous progress in the past two-days at the NATO summit.
The House unanimously passed a resolution to support NATO, just one day after the Senate passed a non-binding solution to continue funding for the alliance.
President Trump is already making waves at the NATO summit after slamming Germany for its role in a pipeline project with Russia.
President Trump said he has a great relationship with Germany, and with the country’s leader.
President Trump is in Brussels, where he is set to meet with NATO allies.