'Very nasty': Donald Trump lashes out at Emmanuel Macron's North Atlantic Treaty Organisation comments

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Macron hosted Trump in France in 2017 for Bastille Day celebrations in Paris.

But on Tuesday he insisted: "We have absolutely nothing to do with it and we wouldn't want to if you handed it to us on a silver platter".

Trump plugged another report due from thr Justice Department soon, this one by the US attorney in Connecticut, John Durham, who has been looking into how USA intelligence agencies went about investigating Russia's election meddling.

Sitting next to Trump, Trudeau said he thinks the relationship between Canada and the United States has never been stronger, and refused to bite on a reporter's question about whether he's threatened to abandon the trade agreement. "What we traditionally don't do is get involved in one another's election campaigns", Johnson told LBC radio, after praising the special relationship between the United Kingdom and the U.S. "I love this country, I love a lot of countries, but I'm representing the U.S".

"You could make the case that they've been delinquent for 25-30 years", Trump said, after talks with NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg.

"When‎ leaders meet tomorrow they will agree a plan for NATO's response to emerging and disruptive technology, recognising two new operational domains in space and cyber, and develop plans to confront and deter hybrid tactics", Wallace told an global audience of defense analysts and policymakers.

Trump again asserted that the impeachment process was having the opposite effect, garnering political support for him in swing districts that voted Democrat in the Congressional midterms.

Trump said much more needs to be done.

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Trump waded into the election in October by saying opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn would be "so bad" for Britain and that Johnson should agree on a pact with Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage.

What is the grand plan to ensure the long term security of Europe at a time when going it alone is making a comeback in the United States but also in Brexit-bound Britain, which is hosting the summit nine days before a general election.

"I'm not even thinking about it", Trump said anew Tuesday.

Trump was adamant that the cloud of impeachment wasn't undercutting his negotiating position on the global stage. "So hopefully they can get it done and get it done fast". It's turned out to be a hoax.

There is speculation that, in the middle of an election campaign, Johnson wants to avoid appearing too close to a U.S. president who is deeply unpopular in Britain.

Trump also lashed out at France for a digital service tax that he said unfairly discriminates against USA tech companies, including Google, Apple, Facebook and Amazon. He noted that some nations are "way below 1% and that's unacceptable".

President Donald Trump arrived in London last night to participate the North Atlantic Treaty Organization's 70th year anniversary and attend the NATO leaders meeting which is held on Wednesday, December 4, 2019. Protesters could be heard chanting nearby.

The Trumps had tea with Prince Charles and Camilla at Clarence House ahead of the palace reception.