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Trump touts the success of the NATO terrorism fight, thanks to the troops in the travel-end of the speech

President Trump on Saturday at the conclusion of his international tour with a speech, greeted the troops overseas, US-and expressed tones of optimism and success in the cooperation with America, the “oldest and newest friends,” about peace in the Middle East and the solution of these urgent problems, such as NATO and the radical Islamic terrorism.

“I think we hit a homerun, no matter where we are,” Trump civilians, service members and their families at the Air Station Sigonella, Sicily, Italy, said get in front of the in the Air Force One to Washington. “We will always support them. And we will never, never forget you. … You are a spine of metal, forged from the fire of the American strength.”

The President made no comment about his train to move hours early at the G-7 summit in Taormina, Italy,, a decision on whether the United States reaffirm their commitment to in Paris in 2015 of a climate agreement than the other six Nations confirmed their commitment.

Trump is about a 20-minute speech largely on the political problems he has during his 2016 presidential campaign and launched his first overseas presidential trip.

“Terrorism is a threat — is a nasty threat, — for the whole of humanity, and together we will overcome this threat,” said Trump, at the beginning of the trip, in Saudi Arabia, to stop a dramatic appeal to around 50 the Persian Gulf, the leader of radical Islamic terrorism.

On Saturday, Trump said, he ends his journey in the hope that “America’s oldest and newest friends,” “the eradication of the terrorism that plagues mankind.”

“I was very encouraging to hear from many Muslim Nations to take the are you ready to the role of the fight against terrorism,” he said.

Trump was introduced by the first lady, Melania Trump, who praised her husband’s efforts in the nine-day trip, and showed that the highlights were the visit to a children’s hospital in Israel, and a coveted private audience with Pope Francis.

“It was an incredible journey, and we have made great progress,” she said. “I’m proud of him.”

Trump, who called during his election campaign, once the climate change a “hoax,” made the announcement on Twitter about the delay of its decision on the Paris agreement.

He was under strong international pressure to reinforce the during the trip that the United States believed its obligation under the agreement to reduce the emission of greenhouse gases and other pollutants, the warming of the earth to harmful levels.

The presidential Tour began in Saudi Arabia, then went to Israel, the Vatican, Brussels and Italy.

On Saturday, Trump an earlier argument, that he was instrumental in getting a new commitment of NATO member States, more on the defense repeatedly.

“The money is pouring in,” said Trump, with the argument that the influx would not have happened, “had I been elected.”

Trump was referring to a vow, the move of the NATO countries, spending 2 percent of gross domestic product for the defense of 2024.

Only five of NATO’s 28 members are the opponents: great Britain, Estonia, debt-Laden Greece, Poland and the United States, which together spend more on defense than all the other allied meetings.

However, there is no evidence that money has begun to “pour”, and the countries do not pay, the US or NATO directly. Germany, for example, increasing its defence expenditures, with the goal of achieving the 2 percent target by the year 2024.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

 

 

 

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