President Donald Trump Joint Press Conference NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg – Live Stream…

President holds joint press conference with NATO Sec. General Jens Stoltenberg hold a joint press conference in the East Room of the White House on Wednesday, April 12th.
The press conference is scheduled to start at 4:00 pm eastern time.

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77 Responses to President Donald Trump Joint Press Conference NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg – Live Stream…

  1. Niagara Frontier says:

    All regular networks have preempted coverage for this press conference as a Special Report. Soap opera and Ellen Show fans on the east coast will be furious. I can imagine switch boards lighting up across the country.

    Liked by 12 people

  2. Publius2016 says:

    “Migration and security…let refugees return home”. Biggest threat: the Trojan Horse left by Obama.

    Liked by 14 people

  3. Donna in Oregon says:

    President Trump is a master. Timing is everything! Love my President 🙂

    Liked by 23 people

  4. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    Trump is really on top of his game right now. The winning week that just passed has put the wind fully in his sails.

    The fun is just beginning.

    Liked by 12 people

  5. tuskyou says:

    Burden sharing mentioned several times by NATO Sec Gen. Trump got his message across loud and clear.

    Liked by 17 people

  6. Disgusted says:

    A TRANSCRIPT would be so helpful. Even the sub title wasn’t alligned properly, and I could not get it all. I think this could be the most important speech of the year.

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  7. dekester says:

    Yes brilliant beyond words,.

    Yet when the Brit reporter asked his question, Bam! PDJT injects humour.

    Incredible that so many in your country, and worldwide continue to mock your wonderful President.

    God Bless PDJT.

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    • gzuf says:

      “And I also asked about all the money that was not paid from past years (in NATO), and when that will be coming back. We’re going to work on it” – Pres. Trump after NATO Sec. talked about burden sharing.

      Hahaha, America first!

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  8. tuskyou says:

    Now President Trump talking about N. Korean coal boats being turned away by China.

    Liked by 6 people

  9. fred5678 says:

    Rex T. and Putin, POTUS and NATO, China threatening N Korea — and watch CNN et al concentrate on Spicer and Hitler for 30 more days.

    Liked by 15 people

  10. Deb says:

    Is there a recording posted anywhere?

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  11. MikeH says:

    More saber rattling from NATO.

    But hey, putting troops on someone’s borders is always a sign of peaceful intentions. Right?

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  12. sundance says:

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    • MikeH says:

      Where is the investigation into the attack? Nothing looks so far like Syrian Army has done anything related to CW. There is iliterally no logic in the doc that was released. It had about the same level of “proof” as the Russian hack doc.

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  13. sundance says:

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  14. sundance says:

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  15. sundance says:

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  16. bullnuke says:

    One can understand how the average reporter would convey that President Trump and his administration is in chaos. They have no clue how to report the non stop winning by President Trump and his team. Whether it be foreign or domestic policy he is light years ahead. By the time they get a negative story written, the world has changed. To say it again, they cannot fathom the IQ of President Trump.
    Overall it was another fabulous day in the life of 45!

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  17. Wow! This is the difference between a President who knows and understands what international business is all about versus a “community organizer” who thought international business meant buying something from overseas and having it shipped to your door.
    God BLESS our President Donald J. Trump!

    Liked by 8 people

  18. jefcool64 says:

    I’m convinced Trump and Tillerson are on the exact page right now.

    Liked by 4 people

  19. Tejas Rob says:

    I just turned on CNN for a moment, Tapper and co sounded like they were holding a Trump rally.

    Liked by 1 person

  20. What a difference a week makes…

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  21. Kelly says:

    I must have slipped into an alternate reality. If I have, I don’t want to go back. NATO conceded to PDJT’s every point, spoke glowingly about Trump, and for an added bonus, he refused to criticize Trump on the airstrike.

    Liked by 8 people

  22. bulwarker says:

    Trumps message to NATO: “F$%K YOU, PAY ME!”
    Their response: “We certainly need to be spending more and hold up our commitments.”

    Amazing the difference between a hard-nosed negotiator and the boy-king who formerly occupied the office

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  23. I was struck by how the Media, actually seemed respectful. More or less.

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  24. Niagara Frontier says:

    Has anybody else noticed how much better Washington runs when Congress is not in town and hundreds of miles away from the nearest television camera?

    Liked by 7 people

  25. M. Mueller says:

    I don’t understand why we are admitting Montenegro to NATO. According to Wikipedia, they have a population of about 620,000, of which 1,920 are active duty military.

    Seems like it is just another country for us to defend; I don’t see them being much help defending us. What am I missing?

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  26. Left_at_Dunkirk says:

    At 53:54 mark, Trump speaking about coal ships being turned back to N. Korea – “That’s a big step, and many other steps that I know about”. – massive behind the scenes WINNING.

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  27. E C says:

    I think President Reagan slightly missed the mark when he said Jesse Jackson wouldn’t have a job if he didn’t race bait. If we had this level of competence in government years ago a lot of warmongers and everything that goes with it would be out of jobs as well. If we could get one tenth of .00001 percent of this effort out of congress it would be scary the things we could do.

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  28. I thought it was funny how Stoltenberg claimed that the ability of Norway to work together with Russians was because of NATO. No, our dear northern neighbors, NATO had precious little to do with that. That tiny little bit of border Norway shares with Russia leads only to desolate areas with hardly anything worth taking for the Russians. There are no interesting national resources there, no roads to places of military or economic interest for the Russians and not enough people to be used as significant hostages in negotiations.

    Norway benefits less of NATO than it does from the most important part of the Swedish defenses. The Swedes have had the same military tactics towards Russia for 500 years: they are always willing to fight to the last Finn.

    In order for the Russians to get to the prize all sides in WWII wanted in Scandinavia (= iron mines in Northern Sweden), they have only one way to get there: through Finland. In order to get to a road from Norway leading to Sweden without crossing Finnish territory, the Russians would have to go all the way through to Narvik. Just check on the map where Narvik is and how far away from the border it is.

    Finland is not a NATO country, and although a lot of politicians and upper officers are talking nowadays more and more NATO mindedly, there is no way NATO membership would win in a referendum. Some people are afraid that joining NATO would increase tension and increase the likelihood of Russian attack. Some people like me have not forgotten how our allies dropped us like hot potatoes when Finland was actually attacked by Soviet Union and see no reason why bigger countries would find Finland worth defending in the case of a new Russian attack. Especially when nuclear weaponry didn’t even exist when they left us to fight the Winter War against an enemy with staggering numerical superiority on all possible metrics. (Google for “Finland be afraid be very afraid” for the stats.) Instead of joining NATO and going for professional military, Finland is still militarily non-allied and having conscription. Most Finnish men are trained to be soldiers in reserves and our defense forces do their best to keep up a credible independent defense on a shoestring budget. They’re doing a pretty good job at it too.

    Having a country between Russia and Sweden/most of Norway where virtually all men are trained to use weapons, where there is a history of fighting 2 wars against Soviet Union in defense of independence and where there is a fairly strong ingrained distrust/antipathy against the Russians built into the culture and therefore strong motivation to fight against them, well, I’d call that a pretty strong deterrent for Russian aggression to Scandinavia. Attacking Finland would be more trouble than use for Russia, as it would tie them into a bitter guerrilla style war for years. Now they have a peaceful neighbor who was trading successfully with them all through the Cold War and still would be, if EU hadn’t forced Finland to give up a massive share of the lucrative trade with Russia due to the sanctions. It’s in Russia’s best interest to keep their relationship with Finland on at least polite terms. And that is a big reason why Norway and Sweden are safe from the Eastern threat. NATO may be a contributing factor for Norway, but it’s not the only one.

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  29. Summer says:

    That question about “what Europe should fear from Russia” that had to be repeated 3 times and was sounding sillier and sillier each time it was asked, made my day. These people should fear the hordes of Muslims invading their countries, not Russia. Does she really think Putin is going to invade Norway?

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  30. Piper says:

    If only traffic jam congress would take a permanent break and our Trump could run things the way they should be run! I love the man and trust him to take care of us completely! ( not before the Good Lord, of course, but I feel that God put Trump where he is!)

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