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From: GRINCH012-Jul 9:32 
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During moments that were visible to the press, Trump often separated himself from most of his counterparts, particularly those with whom he has had public disagreements, such as British Prime Minister Theresa May, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Canada’s Justin Trudeau.

Trump’s body language at NATO speaks volumes about frosty relations with allies.

WATCH: NATO leaders including Trudeau and Trump attend party, working dinner

He didn’t shove anyone this time, but President Donald Trump’s body language during NATO events Wednesday suggested his relationships with key U.S. allies aren’t exactly buddy-buddy.

Trump started the day with a tense breakfast meeting with Jens Stoltenberg in which he lectured the NATO leader about member defense spending and complained about a German pipeline deal with Russia. Arms crossed over his chest, Trump gestured at Stoltenberg and repeatedly interrupted the secretary-general as he argued his case.

By Jonathan Lemire and Darlene Superville The Associated Press   

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From: Tittah12-Jul 17:24 
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The entire media focus too much on Trump, they should focus on the conclusive results not the personality.





From: fabul0us13-Jul 8:38 
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People are more concerned about his behaviour and what Melania wore than the politics, at least it is something they understand...

From: CaroWee13-Jul 11:59 
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Politics Briefing: Trump declares victory at NATO

Good morning, Donald Trump has declared victory at the NATO summit. “We have a very powerful, very strong NATO, much stronger than it was two days ago,” the U.S. President said at the end of the two-day meeting of leaders in the military alliance. European countries, which have typically spent much less than the U.S. on defence, agreed to increase their spending more rapidly to hit a target of 2 per cent of their GDP. The antagonism that Mr. Trump showed to his allies on the first day of the meeting made observers wonder whether the United States would even be prepared to leave the North Atlantic military alliance that it founded after the Second World War. Doing so would be complicated.

Chris Hannay and James Keller
Published July 12, 2018


From: CaroWee13-Jul 12:01 
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YouTube hides anyone giving KUDOS to TRUMP!

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From: Ella (Steellar)13-Jul 14:29 
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Emmanuel Macron is a Globalist whore.
Theresa May is a Globalist whore.
Angela Merkel is a Globalist whore.
Justin Trudeau is a Globalist whore.



From: Ella (Steellar)13-Jul 14:31 
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Read more updates:

That's why President Trump isn't buddy buddy, with these puppet leaders.

Macron said he did not believe it was necessarily a good idea to raise the target for NATO members’ defense spending to 4 percent of GDP from 2 percent, as Trump has suggested.

The French leader said that Trump had not threatened to pull out of the 70-year-old alliance over the defense spending commitments of Washington’s European allies, contrary to some media reports.





From: Gigglesch14-Jul 0:37 
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Perfect list of the "corrupt award" - listed in plain sight, mostly easily seen and detected by sane minds!





From: Gigglesch14-Jul 0:39 
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Actually body language speaks volumes and mostly not easily disguised.






From: misspig9y14-Jul 17:41 
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As we evolved, body language remains with us and usually pretty easy to read.

It can be difficult to be aware of in yourself, though. blush

Making an effort to ensure the message sent won't go through verbal language.




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