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. WVNed says:

    If you pay us we will be your friend.

    Can we call it Lesser Britain now?

    Liked by 6 people

  2. DeWalt says:

    So Europeans, maybe the U.S. doesn’t bail Europe out of the next World War you are presently creating with the Migrants. Maybe unless we are directly attacked we just sit this one out. First one was a family tantrum between your royal twits. Second was a continuation of the first, and the next will be when all the Migrants you are bringing in to replace your natives, attack your neighbors that are trying to keep out the hordes and protect their peoples.

    Liked by 13 people

  3. helix35 says:

    Because nothing gets you on DT’s good side like threatening him. Good call.

    Liked by 26 people

  4. Convert says:

    This little weasel has no idea….

    Liked by 6 people

  5. Jimi Helms says:

    Today is Nikola Tesla’s birthday.

    Liked by 5 people

  6. Jenny R. says:

    The more they talk the more their weakness is apparent. I’m torn between wanting them to shut up and desiring that they speak some more.

    Liked by 4 people

  7. Chieftain says:

    Entity Pop.(2018) Area(Km²) Density(P/Km²) World Pop.Share GDP(billion $ 2014)
    China 1,415,045,928 9,388,211 151 18.5 % $ 10,356,508
    E.U. 509,697,104 4,239,768 311 6.7 % $ 18,527,116
    U.S.A. 326,766,748 9,147,420 36 4.3 % $ 17,348,075
    Japan 127,185,332 364,555 349 1.7 % $ 4,602,367

    The USA spends more on military than the next seven countries combined:China, Saudi Arabia, Russia, UK, India, France, Japan. The USA as of a year ago had about 200,000 troops stationed abroad. including at least 60,000 in the EU countries.
    In 2016 their were 48 Islamic terrorist attacks throughout a couple dozen countries.
    In 2017 their were 24 such attacks, and so far
    in 2018 through May there have been 9.

    Liked by 9 people

  8. Cheri Lawrence says:

    Hahaha!! Omg that graphic! Perfect!!

    Liked by 1 person

  9. Pyrthroes says:

    “In Alabama, Tusk-a-loosa” (Groucho).


  10. cindylou62 says:

    As I read this I was remembering the look on POTUS’s face that time Obummer was insulting him at that dinner. And we all know how that turned out. Popping the corn right now 🙂

    Liked by 14 people

  11. yonason says:

    “Appreciate your allies.” – EuroWeenie

    With “allies” like that, who needs enemies.

    Liked by 3 people

  12. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    Hey mister pencilneck, the “rules-based international order” is changing.
    Wonder if that worm is auditioning for a job at the BBC?

    Liked by 1 person

  13. Y2K says:

    The US doesn’t need the EU like the EU needs the US.

    Is the national language of Europe, German?

    You’re welcome.

    Now, GFY.

    Liked by 5 people

  14. squattybody says:

    Dear President Trump:
    Blow ’em up! Just BLOW the insufferable twits UP! Then come home and let’s

    MAGA on!

    Liked by 1 person

  15. Paul Paul says:

    This may have been mentioned upthread, but apparently Tusk is not, ahem, universally admired in his native Poland. In fact, he is renowned to be quite crooked…

    Liked by 7 people

  16. InAz says:

    I have no doubt that Soros, Steyer, and other communist globalists who are pulling the strings, are behind this attack on President Trump.

    These POS communists need to be investigated, as we all know. A pipe dream of mine.

    Liked by 1 person

  17. franuche says:

    DJT is a genius precisely because he keeps it simple, stupid. Europe has sucked off the US teet to the detriment of our taxpayers, and Trump says “No more. We will pay our fair share, and so will you.” Pretty damned simple.

    Trump says China, Canada, and all the rest need to have reciprocal trade. Pretty simple. When they say ‘No,’ Trump will do the obvious thing: force reciprocity on his trade partners. He can play that game all damned day long – despite the belly aching from all the faux conservative never-Trumpers.

    Liked by 9 people

  18. Mimi says:

    Hey, Mr. EU President. We have more allies than you do. One thing you don’t want to do is piss off the USA. There’s a new sheriff in town and he ain’t takin your sh** no more. Put up or shut up.


  19. Maquis says:

    This statement makes Tusk look positively Justinian.

    Thanks for sticking your tongue out, fool, we will so enjoy watching our magnificent President beat you with it.


    Liked by 6 people

  20. scott467 says:

    When did Kelsey Grammar become president of the EU?

    Liked by 3 people

  21. American Male says:

    Hey EU President Donald Tusk, I pray you’re about discover the definition of “Wet Work” and that our CIA is far more competent than Putin’s agents when targeting enemies.


    • Robert Smith says:

      Read “The Way of the Knife”.


      • American Male says:

        Thank you for the suggestion, I’ll order a “used” copy and pass it along to like-minded folk when done, something I do with almost everything else “history-related” i read..

        Check out “Boyd: The Fighter Pilot Who Changed The Art Of War” the book on fighter pilot/military strategist/architect of Gulf War invasion John Boyd.

        Liked by 1 person

      • American Male says:

        Sadly only the Mossad, Israel’s clandestine forces, are the “gold standard” these days.


  22. Coast says:

    I think it’s fair to say that we are all somewhat “pissed” with the comment of Sir Tusk. Just imagine the cold anger of our President. Perhaps this was exactly the perfect tone that President Trump needed to hear as he heads into this NATO summit. Perfect timing.

    Liked by 12 people

  23. c says:

    pull all of our troops out of there, and make them protect themselves the stupid @**&)$%@@!{“”>##@~~@


  24. Bing says:

    Tusks comments sound like they came from Obama. Straight from the horse’s ass to Tusks lips.

    Liked by 2 people

  25. jeans2nd says:

    “And, dear Europe, spend more on your defence,..”

    And there we have it. America is to spend spend spend continuously to prop up the Euroweenies, while the Euroweenies spend their own money, not on their defense – that is our job – but on a new, Euroweenie army and navy, whose purpose is merely for pomp and circumstance.

    After all, we cannot have the Euroweenies dirtying their delicate hands, can we?
    What else are the Americans good for?

    Liked by 1 person

  26. Kent says:

    BMW….Beijing Motor Works…please relieve us of our intellectual property sans compensation…

    thank you…

    Liked by 1 person

  27. mr.piddles says:

    “Brussels – Speaking on the…”

    I had to stop right there. Couldn’t do it. Sorry, Brussels, I just don’t care.


    • American Male says:

      “Brussels”? “Brussels Belgium”? LOL!

      Aah “the Belgians”, the same gutless cucks who as NATO “Peace-keeping troops” in the 1990’s stood by and smoothed the wrinkles out of their pretty blue berets while thousands of males were marched to the Death Pits (mass graves) right before their eyes during the Serbian/Bosnian/Croatian War.


  28. Just Steve says:

    Excuse me, but what the heck does China and Russia’s defense spending have to do with anything? They’re not part of NATO, and we don’t have troops and equipment stationed in those countries. The taxpayers of the United States are tired of being the suckers paying an inordinate share of EU defense costs, just so self aggrandizing a**wipes like you can feather your pockets and afford your continental socialist policies. Pay up, or shut up.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Johnny Bravo says:

      JS, don’t look for common sense, you won’t find any. In Euroland there isn’t just one head that speak, there are several. In th US as we know, there is just one DJT.

      So when Pres. Donald Trump tweets, it’s a quiver to the target. Crisp, incisive and accurate.

      When Euroland tweets, it’s a mangled mess of words, with no meaning that has been put together by a team of unelected idiots who believe they hold power.

      The edifice is crumbling, step forward DJT and give the EU another Twitter volley.


  29. maiingankwe says:

    I know I shouldn’t be shocked by what the little weasel said, but I am, and yes, talk about cold, white anger. I also have no doubt that if you put him and our President Trump alone, he would turn right into his little omega self. There would be no grandstanding, he’d be too busy laying on his back showing his yellow belly and neck.

    I’m sure he and all of his little friends got together and thought this would be a great idea, since we all know how dependent they are with American money. Unfortunately, they should’ve put their drinks down and really thought of their next action and to think it through. Do they seriously think our President Trump will bow down to their demands and slinker away? Seriously? I think they’ve been watching to much cnn and bbc.

    I’m sure all of the pundits will be screeching for our President Trump to give the EU whatever they want, but the Americans I know, the strong ones, the proud ones, will be standing with our President Trump. I know the anger we are all feeling, and it’s justified.

    I think we should all get on twit or the WH website and let our President Trump know we stand with him. He needs to hear us loud and clear. I’m sure he’s getting more than enough spineless bs from everyone else who wants to sell our country out. Let him hear our voices! Let him know how proud we are to have him lead our great nation.
    Be well and hold strong,

    Liked by 3 people

  30. ecmarsh says:

    I am about done with my European cousins.

    Liked by 2 people

  31. Since when was Germany an ‘ally’ of the U.S.? They are/were defeated mortal enemies who received mercy from the U.S. after the war. They should have CEASED to be a nation. Hear that Japan? Russia is not a threat to Europe. Europe has historically been the threat to Russia. We don’t have many allies? One is all we need! Guess who that ally is? C’mon take a damned guess! God Almighty protect Trump as this political and economic war IS going to lead to bloodshed. I’ll be damned if I’ll let a demwit walk away from me after screaming insane nonsense in my face! Any AMENS?

    Liked by 2 people

    • Peter Rabbit says:

      A big, big Amen it is! Let’s temive all troops from Germany. Put them in countries that pay their share and we could then bring most of them home. Russia has economy the size of Italy and 1/15 of U.S. And it is weak with shrinking/aging population. The Bear cannot afford foreign adventures and will soon exit Syria as it abandons loser Iran to fold under US economic pressure/internal unrest.

      Putin fears a shooting and economic war with US. He has a very weak hand and could not successfully attack any NATO country. Will not be adventuresome with our Lion as he was with Zero.


  32. MTK says:

    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.

    Yes, there is likely a lot of water under the bridge with EU Brussels that warrants rise of European popularism political parties and plays into the hands of off the cuff remarks on this side of the Altantic. That aside, the dispute here is the fair share remarks of PDJT with regard to NATO.
    Honestly, many here are not looking at what Tusk said, so I’ll clip and paste it again…

    And, dear Europe, spend more on your defence, because everyone respects an ally that is well-prepared and equipped.

    I am in the category of thinking… All politicians pay lip service, and I am no longer going to except rationized excuses. The only thing that matters is the follow through.
    So, yes Tusk just chided the EU, but was that just a politician making sound bites for the moment and soon to be forgotten or was that acknowledgement that there is an actual issue here.

    It seems to me, many here are making comments, not realizing it is more Winning, courtesy of PDJT, let’s give him a strong hand.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Euro globalists like this corruptocrat Tusk, have made noise about increasing their share of NATO spending many times before.
      In 2006, President Bush asked NATO to increase their spending to 2%. Euro corruptocrats said “yes yes sure Mr President, we will.”
      In 2008, after not seeing any increase, Bush asked again, only to receive the same response.

      Even The Kenyan asked the Euro corruptocrats to increase their spending back in 2011, and suggested (in his polite, effeminate way) that the Euros were complacent.
      So not a word of what this filthy corruptocrat says can be believed.

      By the way, it was Australia first to go shoulder to shoulder with the USA after 9/11. It just so happened that the Aussie PM John Howard (a good friend of G W Bush) was in Washington when the towers were hit. He gave a commitment to the US there and then before rushing back to Australia.
      Aussie special forces were some of the first boots on the ground, as our specialty is covert operations deep behind enemy lines.

      Liked by 1 person

  33. Let’s make the NATO Deficit Funding Game REAL SIMPLE:

    President Trump imposes a 20% NATO-Deficit Tariff (NDT) on ALL NATO NATIONS.
    • The Tariff remains in effect until ALL NATO Nations meet their 2% of GDP Funding Requirement for a FULL YEAR.
    • Nations that meet their Funding Requirement get their Tariff Payments refunded at the end of each year.
    • The NDT goes up 5% each year the problem persists.

    Liked by 4 people

  34. Texian says:

    Let’s narrow this down..

    Strategic Friends and Strategic Problems..

    Actually EU – y’all are both.. A “strategic friend” in that your strategy is that your “solidarity” is for sale and has a price tag on it – which in turn now makes you a “strategic problem”..

    Fake Friends.. Fake Solidarity..

    Not buying it anymore..

    Liked by 1 person

  35. Grandma Covfefe says:

    It’s times like this I wished I was a porcupine walking along Elephant Tusk, and sticking it to him. He is nasty and I’m glad he knows he and his globalist thugs lost control.


  36. Liz Caldwell says:

    He may have done better to have save his advice for a face to ace meeeting, and probably will try to walk it back now that it is flagrantly put out there and his buddies grow nervous. Hope we get some photos on he and the President meeting this time round.


  37. Charlotte says:

    Tusk is wrong
    If Trump stops the US contribution, they will be so screwed and come BEGGING to be Trump’s and the US’s friend

    NATO Chief Thanks Trump For Pushing Allies To Boost Defense Spending

    Liked by 1 person

  38. Lanna says:

    Tusk ain’t seen nothing yet. He better be keeping his head down and hoping President Trump doesn’t ask NATO members to break down their ‘defense’ spending. Much of it is spending on personnel (and I don’t mean soldiers) and pensions.

    Liked by 1 person

  39. William says:

    President of EU is nobody.

    Liked by 2 people

  40. Mary Allen Bradley says:

    Dude, you are Polish. You have been crushed in too many conflicts to name. Pay your fair share. We are more than happy to protect your christian nation. Just don’t try and screw us.


  41. blondegator says:

    Apologies first for not reading all the comments first…but the thing that strikes me is this, from Tusk. [Emphasis mine]:

    “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.”

    No kidding, Sparky!

    Apparently he’s having problems understanding the meaning of that word in English. Without the full force and fury of the United States of America backing up NATO, NATO is nothing more than an idea. I truly wish someone would ask him what the EU would do if, say, Russia decided they wanted to occupy Denmark, and launched an amphibious assault. Without the US guaranteeing to back up the rest of Europe, exactly HOW do they throw them out?

    History shows us that without US, Europe is vulnerable. Is Tusk so sure that Europe can guarantee its own safety? If not, I suggest he shut his mouth and urge all that the rest of NATO (besides Poland, England, Greece, Estonia, and Romania) to pay their bloody bills! (Butcher’s Bill included).

    I really am offended that a piece of Eurotrash has the temerity to lecture our President, when they are clearly in the wrong.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Maquis says:

      You like that cognitive dissonance, ‘eh? I caught that too. Like a 2×4 between the eyes. He’s a poseur like Justin of Canada, only he screwed up and failed to wait for PDJT to turn his back enroute to defanging yet another global menace. Gonna be a great trip!

      Liked by 1 person

  42. Brant says:

    “You don’t have many allies.” Is he speaking of the “leaders” or the people? I think the answers would be different for each group.

    Liked by 1 person

  43. LibertyONE says:

    What a POS. I guess he never took any History course. The U.S. paid $ 700 BILLION in NATO costs. How about we do what many of the NATO members do and only pay HALF. Just think of the WALL we could build at the border.


  44. HonorDefendBuckeye says:

    This is one of those “last straw” moments for me. For a couple decades, I have thought we had a more natural meshing of interests with Russia in any case. They face the Islamic menace just south of their border and confront the colonist migration in Moscow. They face Chinese imperialism in Siberia where China casts covetous eyes on resources, and has the population to to menace Russian control. Their interest in a reconsidered fresh start could well match up with us.

    WWII ended a long time ago at this point, and the world is a different place. What is in our interest in befriending an Islamic France, a pompous Germany who spits contempt at us, a coterie of tiny worthless postage stamp countries lording their self identified sophistication over those nouveau Americans. Who needs worthless “allies;” they cannot be counted on if there was a need, so what is their good???

    An England that condemns a child (Charlie Gard) to die and refuses to permit the parents to seek to save him, that imprisons Tommy Robinson for having the temerity to speak honestly about Islamic behavior, and that cannot but climb the high horse to insult the President with a childish blimp — this is not an ally but a contemptible sluggard.

    Tired of all the same old, same old blather about front line of defense and so on and so forth. Europe is making common cause with our enemies in Islam and elsewhere in the world.

    Venting here – but enough is enough. Not another dime for their defense.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Deb says:

      I used to think keeping Europe secure kept us secure. That keeping our troops there to fight off any threats preventing the threats from coming over here.

      Now I say let them suffer the consequences of their politics. We need to use all our resources into restoring American strength and prosperity. We need to be in a strong position domestically. I now see war as inevitable, the only question is whether it will be a long war or a short war. The stronger the US going in, the shorter the war will be.


    • Michelle says:

      Well said and I agree.


  45. Dixie says:

    We can afford to be vocal and spiteful but President Trump can’t. He must ignore the ugly remarks and make the best of the situation.

    But here’s to hoping he sticks it to that scumbag under the table.

    Liked by 1 person

  46. ZurichMike says:

    Such typical mewling, mincing, weasel words from EU bureaucrats. Thanks for the “solidarity” after 9/11 — all they do now is let the terrorists flood into Europe because “muh diversity”.

    I am sure that the rest of the Euro crowd of overpaid, over indulged, snarky bureaucrats nodded in approval while sipping wine at some fashionable Brussels brasserie while hearing Tusk and his illogical rantings and tired clichés. But this prissy Euro-whore will rue the day he dissed Trump in public.

    Liked by 1 person

  47. SouthernTrumpette says:

    What time is it in Brussels now? 4 a.m.?
    Trump should be waking up soon and I’m betting he’ll be ready to kick some European butts. 😀


  48. calamitymay says:

    Tusk, what a prick.
    I look forward to his forthcoming Trump come uppance as an unelected ‘leader’ and big time NWO globalist.


  49. Fools Gold says:

    Do you reckon Trump will have a few choice words for that little grinning whistle blowing terd….


  50. truthbomb says:

    Who elected this guy? Oh, right. EU is not our friend, Trump is showing us this finally. By the way, you bastards should be speaking German. And we did not need your help after 9/11, that was just for show. Now let’s get it on.

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