Montenegro PM Makes Light of Trump's Brusque Shove

Montenegro PM Makes Light of Trump's Brusque Shove

Montenegro PM Makes Light of Trump's Brusque Shove

In the video, Trump appears to grab Markovic's shoulder and forcibly move him aside so that the USA president can make his way to the front of the group.

"Against this history, Mr. Trump's repeated scolds are not just condescending but embarrassing".

The act was being widely denounced online.

NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg defended Trump, saying that although he was "blunt" he had "a very plain and clear message on the expectations" of allies.

And Trump did say that the United States "will never forsake the friends who stood by our side" but North Atlantic Treaty Organisation leaders had hoped he would more explicitly support the mutual defence rules of a military alliance's he called "obsolete" during his campaign.

Markovic told a journalist in Brussels that it was only "natural" that Trump should be in the front row, as the United States is NATO's biggest member by far.

The rebuke was being criticized by opponents.

"I didn't register what happened, I only saw it later on social networks", Mr Markovic said later.

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US President Donald Trump inaugurated the new headquarters during a ceremony on Thursday with other heads of state and government.

He said Trump had a few days ago signed a USA budget proposal to hike spending on U.S. forces in Europe by 40 percent, in what Stoltenberg called "the best demonstration of commitment to the alliance".

The EU's trade focus has turned to the Asia-Pacific region, including some of the 11 nations that were set to join forces with the United States in the Trans-Pacific Partnership, until Trump's rejection of that deal on his first day in office.

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said Brexit was only mentioned in passing at the meeting, describing Brexit as "a real tragedy".

The Daily Mail also reports that NATO's official seating chart puts the U.S. in the front row and Montenegro, which is in the process of formally joining the military alliance, in the corner.

"The recent attack on Manchester in the United Kingdom demonstrates the depths of the evil we face with terrorism".

Despite this, US President Donald Trump once again accused the alliance's member states of not spending enough on defence and warned of the possibility of more attacks if militants weren't stopped.

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