NATO leaders fear Trump crisis at key summit

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More than half of Russians (56%) anticipate no significant results from the upcoming meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and his United States counterpart Donald Trump in Helsinki, the All-Russia Public Opinion Research Center said in a statement on Monday.

What we are trying to do is work with the German government, to work with the German CEOs, I'm working closely with Secretary [Wilbur] Ross and the White House to try to have that conversation which I think is a healthy conversation to say what would it take to get to zero?

President Donald Trump's European summer swing will be bookended by summits that form a microcosm of his contrarian presidency. However, many members pitch in far less than that figure, while the USA puts in more than 3 percent of its GDP. "So I don't know exactly what he is putting together in that ... but I know that there are many different areas where we are a dual goal", she said. At an April rally in Michigan, Trump warned that the U.S.is "not doing business" with the European Union until it changes its unfair trading practices with the U.S. He said Putin and Macron have developed friendly and constructive relations.

U.S. Ambassador to NATO Kay Bailey Hutchinson says Russian Federation aims to destabilize NATO with a wide array of "malign activities".

The NATO summit is likely to be dominated by Trump's insistence that member nations step up and pay more for their joint defence.

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In a June 27 update on spending, North Atlantic Treaty Organisation said: "Today, the volume of the United States defence expenditure effectively represents some 67 per cent of the defence spending of the Alliance as a whole". Trump has argued that countries not paying their fair share are freeloading off the US and has threatened to stop protecting those he feels pay too little.

The source said that Trump then congratulated Putin on his reelection, and lamented that Russian Federation and the United States didn't get along better. Separately, the USA envoy said she's concerned that Russian Federation is trying to "flip" Turkey and other American allies to its column. On Putin's wish list: an end to US military exercises in Europe and the scaling back of USA forces there.

U.S. Ambassador to Germany Richard Grenell Monday struck back at critics of President Donald Trump's upcoming meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, pointing out the president has been using "dual-track approaches" when dealing with other world leaders.

Graham said that trump should not immediately believe the words of the Russian President, when he denies Russia's intervention in the American elections.

Much of the rest of Trump's foreign policy is equally freakish.

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