President Biden condemnedtrumpPrevious comments undermining its commitment to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) were “both despicable and dangerous”. Biden warned today that Trump intends to ‘allow’RussiaLeader Putin “wants more war and violence.”
A day earlier, Trump had said in a speech that he would “encourage” Russia to attack companies that failed to meet their financial obligations, Agence France-Presse reported.natoMember countries. It is his sharpest criticism of NATO yet, as Trump has long raised questions about the military alliance.
Trump’s comments during a rally in South Carolina yesterday sparked a wave of criticism at home and abroad and he was accused of endangering NATO. This once again raised questions in the outside world whether the former president would win the Republican nomination and win again. Elections on November 11 this year. In the November election, whether the United States will follow through on the NATO parties’ commitment to implement collective defense.
Biden issued a statement today saying, “Trump has allowed Vladimir Putin to unleash more war and violence, continue his brutal attacks on independent Ukraine, and expand his aggressive actions against the people of Poland and the Baltic states.” Have accepted your intention.” ) are both disgusting and dangerous.
Speaking at a rally in South Carolina yesterday, Trump called for what he said was a NATO meeting between him and another head of state.
Trump said: “There was a president of a major power in the meeting who stood up and said, ‘Okay sir, if we don’t pay and we are attacked by Russia, will you protect us?’ I said, ‘You didn’t pay, you want to be a deadbeat?’
“No, I will not protect you. In fact, I will encourage them (Russia) to do whatever they want.”
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg warned today: “Any suggestion that allies will not defend each other will undermine our security, including the security of the United States.”
European Council President Charles Michel also described Trump’s comments as “reckless” and said they “only benefit Putin.”
U.S. Senator Marco Rubio of Florida, who supports Trump as the Republican presidential nominee, said Trump yesterday “told a story” about what happened in the past. Rubio told CNN that Trump “talks differently than traditional politicians.”
“By the way, Trump was president before, and he did not withdraw the United States from NATO,” he said. In fact, he said, when Trump was president, “American troops were deployed all over Europe.”