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Indictment of Russian officers puts pressure on Trump at Putin summit

Indictment of Russian officers puts pressure on Trump at Putin summit

Canada has no plans to double its defence budget, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau insisted Tuesday, despite continued calls from Donald Trump for all North Atlantic Treaty Organisation countries to meet agreed-upon targets for defence spending.

Democratic lawmakers urged Trump to cancel the get-together with Putin. Are we contributing the kinds of resources and demonstrating the kind of commitment to the alliance that always needs to be there?'

Trump has described the spending situation as "disproportionate and not fair to the taxpayers of the United States".

After the indictments were announced, top Senate Democrat Chuck Schumer called on Trump to cancel his meeting with Putin until Russian Federation takes steps to prove it won't interfere in future elections.

Sen. Mark Warner: "If the President won't make Russia's attack on our election the #1 issue at the summit, then it should be canceled".

The US President will be delivered by Air Force One, straight from the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit in Brussels, where he made a blistering attack on America's European allies over levels of North Atlantic Treaty Organisation defence spending. There must be Americans in the room.

Moscow has denied London's claims that Russian Federation was behind the poisoning.

The US President repeatedly attacked Europe and Brussels over the "terrible way" the US had been treated by the European Union, particularly with trade agreements.

The US President's demands triggered an emergency budget meeting in Brussels, Belgium.

Although Trump administration officials point to the long-standing alliance between the United States and the United Kingdom, Trump's itinerary in England will largely keep him out of central London, where significant protests are expected.

POTUS should either publicly demand extradition of these 12 Russian officials to stand trial or call off his summit.

The prime minister said that she "welcomed" Trump's meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, which is to take place on Monday in Helsinki, Finland.

Trump held several official bilateral meetings, some 2,000 journalists following his every move, while Trudeau held only one: a talk with the prime minister of Sweden, Stefan Lofven, whose country is a partner nation to North Atlantic Treaty Organisation.

I dont "believe" Putin interfered in our elections I know for a fact he did.

In the wake of the indictment, Republican Sen.

Al Jazeera's diplomatic editor, James Bays, reporting from the Belgian capital, however, said that based on interviews with sources, "nothing it seems, in the closed-door meeting, was resolved". All patriotic Americans should understand that Putin is not America's friend, and he is not the President's buddy.

A source briefed on Mr Trump's meeting with fellow North Atlantic Treaty Organisation nations told the New York Times the President had said that if the other countries did not meet the target by January, the USA "would go it alone".

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