President Trump arrived “like a boss” to check out what’s going on at the NATO headquarters. They just spent big bucks on a new headquarters – Trump’s probably wondering why they didn’t use that money more wisely:
NATO leaders have arranged an itinerary to appeal to the former real estate magnate: a ribbon-cutting of the alliance’s glassy new headquarters, followed by a dinner where leaders will be held to a lightning-round speaking schedule to save time.
Trump plans to press NATO leaders on defense spending, continuing a line of attack he started as a candidate last year, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Wednesday.
“You can expect the president to be very tough on them,” Tillerson said, saying that he expected Trump to tell them: “The American people are doing a lot for your security, for our joint security. You need to make sure you’re doing your share for your own security as well.”