EU President Donald Tusk Threatens U.S. President Trump: “appreciate your allies, after all you don’t have that many”…

Stunningly confrontational remarks today from EU President Donald Tusk as U.S. President Trump and First Lady Melania arrive in Brussels for a NATO summit.

After destroying nationalistic Brexit plans for the U.K. to exit the European Union, the insufferable arrogance of the EU surfaces with pontificating snark.

The EU might feel emboldened right now, but this approach will not end well; believe me.

Brussels – Speaking on the eve of the NATO summit here in Brussels, I would like to address President Trump directly, who for a long time now has been criticising Europe almost daily for, in his view, insufficient contributions to the common defence capabilities, and for living off the US.

Dear President Trump: America does not have, and will not have a better ally than Europe. Today Europeans spend on defence many times more than Russia, and as much as China. And I think you can have no doubt, Mr President, that this is an investment in common American and European defence and security. Which can’t be said with confidence about Russian or Chinese spending.

I would therefore have two remarks here. First of all, dear America, appreciate your allies, after all you don’t have that many. And, dear Europe, spend more on your defence, because everyone respects an ally that is well-prepared and equipped.

Money is important, but genuine solidarity is even more important. Speaking about solidarity, I want to dispel the American President’s argument, which says that the US alone protects Europe against our enemies, and that the US is almost alone in this struggle.

Europe was first to respond on a large scale when the US was attacked, and called for solidarity after 9/11. European soldiers have been fighting shoulder-to-shoulder with American soldiers in Afghanistan. 870 brave European men and women sacrificed their lives, including 40 soldiers from my homeland Poland.

Dear Mr President, please remember about this tomorrow, when we meet at the NATO summit, but above all when you meet president Putin in Helsinki. It is always worth knowing: who is your strategic friend? And who is your strategic problem?  (link)



Remember: every parasite needs a host. As soon as the host refuses to remain co-dependent to its own abuse or demise, the abusers begin to panic.

It was exactly a month ago, June 10th after the G7 summit in Canada, when EU European Union President Donald Tusk worried about the Bush-Clinton-Bush-Obama “new world order” legacy being dismantled:

“What worries me most is the fact that the rules-based international order is being challenged, quite surprisingly, not by the usual suspects, but by its main architect and guarantor: the US.”



A condescending European jerk.

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612 Responses to EU President Donald Tusk Threatens U.S. President Trump: “appreciate your allies, after all you don’t have that many”…

  1. DebbieUK says:

    Their are five EU presidents , none of whom were elected. a;; funded by the tax payers of Europe . And they wonder why we want to leave,,,,,Im surprised that the other poorer nations of Europe put up with it .Record youth unemployment and a migrant crisis.
    Germany is the only gainer and they run things to their complete advantage.

    Liked by 9 people

    • Janet in UK says:

      Agree completely! And Tusk is a particularly malevolent Euro-federast who will happily screw over everyone and everything to keep his vile snout in the trough.

      Liked by 5 people

    • The EU is merrily a skimming operation. By a elitist group sponging off Europe’s weaker nations. They provide very little for what they receive, seldom do anything In return for the money they collect. Like the EU, NATO, has become a waste of most investment made by the nation longing to it?
      The nations of the European Union have of all general purposes lost their border. And have become mostly, Not sovereign nations.

      Liked by 4 people

      • cali says:

        @Richard Orberson: What most American taxpayers don’t know about our military bases across Germany that Germany charges fees that can be understood to be rent payments for being on their real estate. To me this is utterly ridiculous although Italy is another one that does it.

        So not only is Germany shorten their agreed upon payments but also when offset with the fees charged for the real estate I wonder what percentage or rather what dollar amount are they really pay. Subtract the fees and the sum in percentage is what?

        When our men and women go out into the field for training every small little detail by German authorities is inspected to see whether the trucks left too many tracks in the off road dirt roads they take or maybe if tanks are involved in field training they may leave even the smallest mark on roads. Believe me they can be pretty fickle and know that the Americans will always pay up.

        This virtue signaling snob and his angst about the New liberal order aka as NWO may see a setback is telling.

        Liked by 3 people

    • Lindenlee says:

      The financials for Greece to join the EU were falsified by Goldman Sachs, and everybody knows it. Germany continues to support Greece, even though the Syrians come through there, and they can’t wait to dump them on Germany and more. This is really screwed up.

      We should thank God that we didn’t arise from feudalism, which IMHO, has tainted the Europena nations with socialism and an unwillingness to confront and take care of their own countries.


  2. hellinahandbasket says:

    It truly is a beautiful thing, when yellow-bellied cowards feel emboldened, isn’t it?
    When they puff-out their chest, pound on it like an ape, and bellow “aaarrrggghhhh”.
    When they kinda-sorta notice in their peripheral, their stronger opponent rolling his eyes.
    When the bystanders grimace, turn their backs, and walk away shaking their heads, tsk tsk tsk.
    When VSG President Trump doesn’t cower away, but instead they see him marching at an even quicker and more determined pace, straight toward them.
    When they frantically scan right-left-right-left for someone, something, anything to hide behind.
    When they’re left standing there with their trousers down around their ankles, stumbling for new words, as the man they dared admonish, now toe-to-toe, casually raises his arm, and flicks them away like a pesky gnat.
    When this all ends badly for them, as they attempt to crawl back to the President’s good graces, stupidly believing they still have a chance to come out of this without looking the fool.
    Exposing the dumb, but destructive Globalists, is all part of Making America Great Again!

    Liked by 7 people

  3. Pied Piper says:

    Personal smacks in Trump’s face usually go poorly for the smacker. I don’t think he dwells on his response or lets it distract him. It just comes swiftly with impeccable timing when he is ready.

    Liked by 5 people

    • Ken says:

      I’ve known some very good people from NYC. One guy from the Bronx stood out to me. We were both stationed on a ship at Pearl harbor Naval Station back in the late 80’s. That guy never let anyone talk bad about him, the Navy or his family. A true fighter that guy was. He went on to be a SEAL and we still keep in touch. PDJT is like that in he’s a NYC boy that doesn’t suffer fools like that Euro-weiner Tusk.

      Liked by 2 people

  4. zaq123 says:

    As soon as he was done talking, the next Tweet should have been …

    Given the language from the EU President, who was appointed by fellow globalists not ELECTED by the people, I’ve decided that it is time to pull all US troops from the European theater until a more detailed review of our requirements and obligations can be conducted. Knowing that this cannot happen overnight, I have spoken with our NATO partners and other leaders and will move all forces to Poland, Hungary, Italy, Macedonia and the Czech Republic. On a side note, all countries that want no part in the EUs population replacement scheme’s.

    Thank you and God Bless America!!!!!!!!!


    Liked by 10 people

    • Esperanza says:

      Be still my beating heart. Please don’t give me false hope 🙂

      I’m beginning to believe UK and the US will save Europe again. The EU élites do not seem to be getting the message at all. I’m beginning to think it will break them.

      Liked by 1 person

      • zaq123 says:

        I don’t think the UK is going to save Europe. If it is going to be saved, it’ll be by Austria, Hungary, Italy, the Czech’s, Macedonians and eventually some others, that will see how much getting rid of 3rd world savages, benefits their countries. Unfortunately, I don’t think the UK and France will learn that lesson until it is too late.

        Liked by 1 person

        • kevin king says:

          The UK most definitely will not save Europe. One million underage white girls raped, tortured and murdered by pakistani muslims over 40 years and all of this covered up…and continuing to be covered up. I’ve written to my MP countless times since Tommy Robinson’s imprisionment. You can guess the sort of disgusting and reprehensible response I received. We will have a civil war, no doubt about it and it will be bloody. Not sure when but it is coming. I will either have to emigrate to Hungary or the States.Grim times.

          Liked by 1 person

    • Rachel Guess says:

      I think tusk is from Poland, and Poland wants the US to set up a base there to the tune of $Billions of US taxpayer revenues. I think President Trump should mention that to Tusk when he meets him directly, after all, with the comments he made, I am sure Poland wouldn’t want the US with it’s lack of friends and currency going there. If tusk doesn’t want us as an ally we will happily comply with that request and keep our money at home…:)


      • zaq123 says:

        The Polish have offered $2 billion to build a base and have US troops there. I see what you’re saying, though. But I think Tusk has long forgotten his Polish roots now that he is a card carrying member of the Upper Levels of the EU.

        But, we should definitely be, openly and enthusiastically, talking about bringing everyone home.


    • Pete says:

      I believe that this scenario will play out in the coming weeks coupled with a 20% tariff on European cars going to the US from the EU. This is called a double whammy! A perfect storm brewing in the Atlantic!

      Liked by 1 person

    • PoCoNoMo says:

      zaq123 – that is an EXCELLENT post I just LOVE it!!!!!!!! I’d just like to quote hellinahandbasket: “Exposing the dumb, but destructive Globalists, is all part of Making America Great Again!”

      You guys – my favourite posts of the day!

      Liked by 1 person

    • Annie Ok says:

      And the beauty of that is, we know perfectly WELL that he is capable of doing just that!!! What exciting times we are living in under this totally brilliant, fearless President!


  5. Eilert says:

    Donald Tusk and the EU are allies. Yea Right!!!

    Liked by 2 people

  6. Caius Lowell says:

    I love that particular mixture of cowardice, stupidity, and arrogance of the European socialists — it ever gets old…

    Liked by 4 people

  7. Sa-teef says:

    Un-elected Tusk has always had more lip than brains. His European Peoples Party is full on socialist/globalist. Poland was the only member nation who refused to vote for his second term as EU president, 555. His homeland has awakened to his socialist nonsense while he is still full-on globalist.
    Trump never said America was the only ones defending Europe, simply that the Euros are so busy with redesigning their West European nations that they won’t spend the money or manpower on their own defense. We spend too much; they spend too little. That is going to end under Our President Trump. Trump will ignore this crazy fellow until it suits him, then they had better watch out!

    Liked by 4 people

  8. Donna in Oregon says:

    American rejected European governance back in 1776 and never looked back….because….parasitic snobs.

    Liked by 7 people

  9. shadowcole says:

    #$%^)*&^ scum! It’s better to have one true friend than a bunch evil scum like you tusk.

    Liked by 1 person

  10. TwoLaine says:

    So when did the steal ILLary’s Campaign slogan “Stronger Together” or did she steal it from them, as she does everything she “owns”?

    Maybe it should be Stranger Together.

    Liked by 1 person

  11. IMO says:

    President Trump Had Breakfast Bilateral With Secretary General of NATO Jens Stoltenberg At Brussels

    Must Watch!


    • digleigh says:

      Nice! A man that cuts right to the chase, and Trump knows how to “follow the money” trail! Yeah, these same globalists who tried to bring Trump down with the RUSSIA, RUSSIA faux collusion, and they are making Russia rich while becoming so massively dependent on the evil empire ! LOL! Hypocrites!


      • ukibob22 says:

        Ther was a Russia collusion between Democrats and Russia. They tried to make US a socialist country. Putin is the enemy of US.


      • nuthinmuffin says:

        back in 2011 this was the headline…Germany: Nuclear power plants to close by 2022.
        then frau merkel cuts the pipeline deal with putin for the replacement energy. now that many euro nations have gone away from coal, they have been replacing that with…wait for it…wood pellets. who is one of the largest suppliers of wood pellets for commercial use? the united states


  12. Anonymous says:

    Tusk’s attitude and judgment could both be improved.


  13. ukibob22 says:

    He blocked the investigation about the crash of the Polish flight with the majority of pro polish government 10 years ago. The “Black box” is still not given back to the Polish nation.

    He is a criminal pro-putin and pro-eu-socialist guy.

    Liked by 1 person

  14. Comrade Mope says:

    This is the same approach Justin from Canada tried. It’s irrelevant. Who cares what they say? President Trump is going to change the behavior, not the rhetoric.

    Liked by 1 person

  15. Martin says:

    The cure for Mr. Tusk’s stunning moxy is a long, thoughtful visit to one of the many massive fields of white crosses and Stars of David over there. They are not hard to find, because there are so many. He’s rather forgotten what side their bread is buttered on. Comments from the millions who provided both are unavailable.

    Liked by 3 people

  16. Lawrence Peck says:

    The EU globalists want the US out of NATO so they can form an EU Army that will be used to prevent another BREXIT. Force is the only way they can hold the EU together in the long term. NATO as a defensive alliance died in Yugoslavia.

    Liked by 1 person

  17. doohmax says:

    I’ve stopped listening to Progressives, Globalists, Democrats…..sorry, I repeat myself. I turn the channel or read something else. They are so predictable. I can tell what they will say….lie…even before they open their mouths. Dialogue with these people is impossible. We just need to do as Trump does and do what has to be done. And leave them shouting to the heavens in despair at their impotence.


  18. Mercenary says:

    Who cares if Europe is an “ally” if this is how an “ally” behaves?

    Who needs “allies” like that?

    America can stand alone. It’s laughable that this self-important moron thinks America is desperate for “allies” like him who leech off the United States and then lecture us.


  19. Avery Burns says:

    President Trump answers ONLY to one people: The U.S. citizens.

    Liked by 2 people

  20. PoCoNoMo says:

    ReTusk’s statement, “Money is important, but genuine solidarity is even more important.” He obviously thinks we’re stupid. You PROVE your solidarity by forking over YOUR SHARE of the money, Idiot Tusk.


  21. frangelica1 says:

    Ben saying for a long time that the US should just leave NATO to the Europeans! I would like to slap that smug smile off the face of Tusk!

    Liked by 1 person

  22. squid2112 says:

    Hahaha … the title is funny .. my only reply is “screw YOU!” … You need us, we don’t need you!

    Pull the U.S. out of NATO .. Pull all U.S. assets out of Europe and bring all of our people and assets (missile systems, etc.) home. Europe would be thoroughly screwed before morning. Europe is TOAST without the United States. Most of Europe is toast within the next two generations anyway though.


  23. Louis Genevie says:

    EU President Donald Tusk is a bozo. I would ask him what allies he has that he can count on when the chips are down? We sure as hell can’t count on a Europe weak militarily and even weaker ideologically. Trump is trying to build up NATO, make it stronger, and these fools, along with our own dear MSM think he is trying to bring it down. When Trump demands that Europe get stronger militarily, what do you think that means?


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