Trump pulls out of Germany to low contribution to NATO and trade deficit
The American president Donald Trump has Tuesday hard out at Berlin. “We have a gigantic trade deficit with the Germans”, tweeted he. “In addition, they attract far too little money for the NATO and the armed forces. That is very bad for the US, and this is going to change.”
The president took recently during a visit to Brussels also to Germany.
“The Germans are bad, very bad. Look at the millions of cars they have in the United States to the man. Terrible. Here we go a stick for stitches”, would Trump when according to Der Spiegel, have said.
The German chancellor Angela Merkel seemed to be Sunday also only away from the US. She called for Europe to reflect on its own strength.
Values to destroy
“The times that we are fully others could count his really over. I have the last few days have experienced”, Merkel said after the G7 summit in Sicily, by the transverse action of Trump, hardly anything has been delivered.
Martin Schulz, the party leader of the German socialdemocraten and former president of the European Parliament, joined Tuesday with Merkel. He called Trump a person that “the western values destroys”.
We have a MASSIVE trade deficit with Germany, plus they pay FAR LESS than they should on NATO & military. Very bad for U. S. This will change
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Merkel was on Tuesday welcomed the Italian prime minister, Paolo Gentiloni. Also that that Europe take its own course for the future must plan. If Europe own course determines, that the importance of the ties with the US, not to destroy, says Gentiloni.
“But the importance that we at ties to attach, cannot mean that we have our fundamental principles overboard, for example, the fight against climate change, for open societies and free trade.”