Trump Pressures NATO To Pay Their Fair Share Emmanuel June 28, 2017 General News 3 You Might Like While the Fake News Outlets were pining and obsessing over a made up story, a story that they themselves pulled out of thin air, about Russians and alt-right news sites, President Trump was busy doing the people’s business. Today the President succeeded in getting a deal done with NATO. The same NATO that Barack Obama was afraid to even ask for the money they owed. Now, every NATO member, other than the United States, will be required to increase their portion of the costs by 4.3% per year! Talk about the Trump Bump. This is a massive victory for the United States and the whole world. We finally won’t be screwed by our “allies” anymore. Today, NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg announced that, “In 2017, we foresee an even greater annual real increase of 4.3 per cent. We are really shifting gears, the trend is up and we intend to keep it up.” While 4.3% may not seem like a a lot of money, in real terms it in the next year, that’s over $12 billion. Not only that, it actually sets a REAL standard to force the others to catch up on their bills. This all came as a result of Trump’s historic NATO meeting this year where he said the US is sick and tired of paying 66% of the defense budget that we NEVER use. It turns out that the NATO chief is a big fan of Trump’s policies, and now it is showing. That’s a huge win. Does NATO serve a purpose? Sure. It protects Europe from another invasion. However, we saved them from the last one and are now expected to pay forever? That’s crap. Are you tired of all this winning yet? Share on Facebook Tweet Follow us Share Share Share Share Share 3 Responses Shirley Baker June 28, 2017 Why must we have to contend with these discussing pictures Everytime we read an article? The same ones, over and over again? Embarrassed to pull them up. Reply Remy Bradberry July 2, 2017 On the campaign trail, Trump accused NATO allies of not paying their fair share for defense and not focusing enough on the fight against terrorism. Reply yogiman July 12, 2017 All member nations agreed to “foot the bill” but they seem to have forgotten that agreement. The USA is not the guardian of the world. They should pay up or get out. Better yet, I think we (USA) should get out. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.