US President Donald Trump said Thursday that he was still committed to NATO despite fierce criticisms of allies over their defense spending commitments.
“The US were not treated fairly but now we are. I believe in NATO,” Trump told a press conference after a fraught NATO summit in Brussels.
He added that the US commitment to NATO “remains very strong” despite reports that he threatened to pull out in a dispute over defense spending.
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