In a statement at the NATO headquarters in Brussels, President Trump said that members of the alliance must "finally contribute" their fair share to defense spending and that it was “not fair to the people and taxpayers of the United States.”
President Donald Trump on Thursday will attend his first NATO summit alongside the 27 other members of the military alliance and join in the opening ceremony of the group's new headquarters in Brussels.
President Donald Trump is taking almost his entire White House team with him on his crucial first foreign trip -- a highly ambitious nine-day tour with stops in Saudi Arabia, Israel, Italy and Belgium.
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