Published: Sun, December 08, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Conway Defends Trump After NATO

Conway Defends Trump After NATO

Britain's Princess Anne, Netherlands Prime Minister Mark Rutte, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, French President Emmanuel Macron and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson are caught on camera talking about someone that appears to be President Trump, at a Buckingham Palace reception.

The president responded by calling Trudeau "two-faced", in a clear reference to photos that emerged of Trudeau wearing black-face to parties in his 20s.

Trump's response to the video was to call Trudeau "two-faced".

'He's not paying 2% and he should be paying 2%. "It's Canada. They have money and they should be paying two per cent". I can imagine he's not that happy but that's the way it is'.

"Let me thank you for the leadership you show on the issue of defense spending because it is very important that we all contribute more to our shared security, and it is really having an impact because, as you said, allies are now spending more on defense".

"We all know that the Globalist EU opposes Trump, but this goes too far", continued the tweet, which tagged the president and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

"We have unfortunately a large number that haven't met the goal", he said at a luncheon with leaders of nine other countries that have met the benchmark.

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Set to dramatic instrumental music, the Biden ad opens with Mr Trump grinning and flashing a thumbs-up as he stands flanked by Nato Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg and Romanian President Klaus Iohannis. "I have confidence", he said then. That video wasn't supposed to be filmed in that room'. Before they met on the sidelines of the summit, Trump laced into the French president for what he called "very, very nasty" comments to The Economist about NATO's health.

Pulling out of the press conference scheduled for the end of the summit, the president added to reporters: 'We'll go directly back.

Trudeau said: 'We were all surprised and I think pleased to learn that the next G7 will be at Camp David.

The Canadian PM had a quiet word and a handshake with Trump as he arrived at the summit Wednesday, and later tried to shrug off the episode. The campaign soon posted it to Facebook and told Reuters it was also promoting it to likely caucus-goers in the early presidential nominating state of Iowa on Instagram, YouTube and Hulu.

But Trudeau wouldn't answer whether he apologized to the president for his remarks. But it was certainly notable.

The episode began with an extraordinary hot mic moment at Buckingham Palace.

"I imagine the relationship will be the same because at least President Trump is honest when he's calling out a foreign leader and the way he feels about them not paying their defense dues to North Atlantic Treaty Organisation - which has been a problem in Canada and with some other allies, not being on the right side of a reciprocal trade deal with this country", Conway said.

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