LISTEN: Daily Mail White House Correspondent Francesca Chambers Gives A Live Update On The NATO Summit From Brussels


INTERVIEW — Francesca Chambers – White House Correspondent for Daily Mail
— Located in Brussels
— latest on NATO Summit

>> Trump, NATO head have testy exchange at summit. President Donald Trump on Wednesday had a testy exchange with the head of NATO when he asked about energy agreements between Russia and several European countries.
Trump repeatedly pressed Jens Stoltenberg, NATO’s secretary general, on why the U.S. continued to pay money to the military alliance while countries continue to purchase energy from Moscow. “We are stronger together,” Stoltenberg insisted, but acknowledged that there can be differences among allies.
Still, Trump persisted.
“But how can you be together when you’re getting energy from the group you want protection from?” the president asked.
Trump used Germany as an example. He asked Stoltenberg to explain why Berlin was getting energy from Moscow, and asserted that Germany was “totally controlled” by and “captive to Russia” over a pipeline project.

>> Trump blasts NATO allies, says Germany is ‘a captive of Russia’


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