With NATO allies, Trump should focus on addressing actual threats, not tweeting spending targets
Washington Examiner -

In Brussels, President Trump pushed NATO members to meet a commitment to spend 2 percent of their country’s GDP by 2024. Then he upped the stakes and said that he wanted this spending goal to be met immediately and that that goal should be 4 percent of GDP, not 2 percent. While Trump might enjoy throwing around these numbers and pushing around world leaders, spending 4 percent of GDP on defense won’t help NATO or the U.S. meet modern threats to the world order that America established and...

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