Lt. General: Trump has caused 'anger' and 'worry' with NATO allies
Trump lashed out at NATO allies in Brussels and asked them to double their military defense spending. Terrorism analyst Malcolm Nance tells Ari Melber that Trump’s remarks showed a “staggering ignorance” of NATO. Lt. General Ben Hodges, who served as Commanding General of the United States Army in Europe says the atmosphere in Brussels during the summit was of “anger” and “concern”.
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