Speaking after a two-day summit in Brussels , he said allies had committed to spending more than 2% of their annual output (GDP) on defence budgets. Trump tweeted an hour before the second day of the summit got under way. "It's disproportionate and not fair to the tax payers of the United States".
Whatever the two presidents discussed behind closed doors, Muscovites tired of years of U.S. But according to one long-time Republican strategist, politicians in the party are still horrified. "Just because the Soviet Union broke apart, doesn't mean they stopped being our enemy", she said of Russian Federation. Ryan also said special counsel Robert Mueller should be allowed to continue his investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 election, adding "nothing has changed.
Moscow is open to a possible visit by Vladimir Putin to Washington after a surprise invitation from Donald Trump , Russia's USA envoy has said . Moscow signaled openness to another meeting between the two leaders, as Trump continued to face criticism over his first meeting with his Russian counterpart in Helsinki, where he seemed to accept Putin's denials of meddling in the 2016 election - despite findings by U.S.
Instead, it revealed three skeletons and red-brown sewage water, which gave off an unbearable stench. Waziri said that claims that the sarcophagus might contain the mummy of Alexander the Great or Queen Cleopatra , or the New Kingdom's King Ramses II, are unfounded and far fetched.
Divers on Friday pulled the last four bodies from the wreckage of a "duck boat" that sank in a storm in a Missouri lake, killing 17 people in one of the deadliest USA tourist incidents in recent years. There were reports of damage throughout Stone County, including trees down and structural damage, CNN meteorologist Taylor Ward said. "So, again, this seems to be sort of nearly a micro storm effect of something that no one was expecting to happen the way that it did", Pattison said.
Trump sparked further fury after publicly accepting Putin's denial of any interference over the assertions of his own intelligence agencies. "We wouldn't actually spend as much time and effort as we are if we didn't believe that [Russia is] still looking at us", she said.