Friday, May 26, 2017

I think this is very telling of President Trump. He lends his name and expects money without supplying service.

I could put my nose in the air, too. It doesn't mean anything, except, I look like a Fox Hound on the way to finding the Fox. I always thought sniffing he wind was unattractive.

I only mention it since President Trump seems to be such a novice in the international theater.

I find the body language interesting, he is sniffing the wind in the direction of the women. "W" had a problem with massage. I don't know if this is the same thing.

May 25, 2017
By Catherine Stupp

US President Donald Trump (click here) stole the show at a meeting of NATO heads of state yesterday (25 May) when he doubled down on his demands for other members to pay more in an opening speech.
Trump lectured leaders from the 27 other NATO countries in his debut speech, demanding they “finally contribute their fair share” because it is “not fair to the people and taxpayers of the United States” that they spend so much more on defence than the alliance’s other members.
The speech made no reference to the NATO pledge for members to defend each other if they’re attacked, which is set out in Article 5 of the alliance’s treaty. Diplomats were expecting to hear Trump mention his commitment to the “collective defence” clause in his remarks. But its absence may have instead compounded fears about Trump’s attitude towards NATO.
Trump’s behaviour seemed to puzzle other leaders and NATO diplomats involved in organising the meeting. He was caught on camera shoving Montegrin Prime Minister Dusco Markovic to reach the front of the crowd of leaders as they gathered for the pre-meeting ceremony. Montenegro is set to become a NATO member next month. It was both Markovic and Trump’s first NATO meeting....