Montenegro Responds To Trump: 'We Are Proud Of Our History'

Frederick Owens
July 22, 2018

"Let's say Montenegro, which joined previous year. why should my son go to Montenegro to defend it from attack", Tucker asked Trump.

In particular, the presenter spoke with trump about article 5 of the NATO Charter, which stipulates that an attack on a NATO member is an attack on all members. Asked about whether Trump's words strained his relationship with the intelligence community, Continetti said their relationship was already distant. "I've asked the same question", Trump answered. U.S. President Donald Trump suggested Montenegro may start World War III, but the government today issued a statement saying it was proud of the country's "history and tradition and peaceful politics".

Montenegro is a small country with very strong people.

Rather than instigating World War III with Russia, Montenegro has had to fend off what it describes as a Russian attempt to kill its prime minister in 2016.

The only time Article 5 has been invoked so far was when North Atlantic Treaty Organisation states joined the U.S. military in Afghanistan in response to the 9/11 attacks.

"You know, Montenegro is a tiny country with very strong people ..."

She said the decision to hold the meeting on the west coast was a "strong indication of (the US) commitment to the security and the stability of the region in which we both work and operate". The Post recently reported that USA military commanders are anxious that if they had to quickly move US troops east to head off a military conflict with Moscow, "the most powerful military in the world could get stuck in a traffic jam" as "Humvees. snarl behind plodding semis on narrow roads" and "U.S. tanks. crush rusting bridges too weak to hold their weight". He also went after his Justice Department, calling its investigation into Russia's efforts and potential collusion with Trump's campaign a "disaster for our country". Latvian Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkevics tried to lay out his country's motives for membership.

"The problem, of course, is that the voters have their say every two years and in the meantime you have a government to run", Continetti said.

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"The moment you start creating some relative notion about whether we should start defending certain allies because they are small or big, then you start sowing doubt", said Fabrice Pothier, formerly NATO's director of policy planning.

U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Paul Ryan, the top Republican in Congress, said late on July 16 that Trump was wrong to question once again the conclusions of the U.S. Justice Department and intelligence agencies that Russian Federation interfered in the 2016 election.

In its 12 years of independence, the tiny country has not once come close to starting a war.

The statement also stressed the fact that its alliance with the U.S. was strong and flawless.

"But that's the way it was set up", Trump continued, apparently referring to Article 5.

In this NATO summit, because Trump has frequently dressed down NATO counterpart and asked them to increase defense spending, so the market worries that this NATO summit will be full of combat and tension, it may be even part on bad terms as G7 summit.

The poll also found that while more than half of Americans disapprove of the way Trump is handling relations with Russian Federation, his performance at the Helsinki summit did not seem to have an impact on his overall approval rating. Trump's behavior is so risky for global security.

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