Trump Calls European Union a ‘Foe’ of the United States

U.S. National Security Adviser John Bolton looks on as U.S. President Donald Trump holds a news conference after participating in the NATO Summit in Brussels Belgium

Trump Declares EU a 'Foe,' Alongside Russia and China

A woman arrives for a rally against the policy of US President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki on Sunday.

The president had been relaxing before the summit by playing golf at a luxury resort on the western coast of Scotland, WABC-TV reports.

Trump said in a television interview that he's going into the meeting with "low expectations".

Bolton continued: "It shows that the justice system, the Department of Justice, are aware of these Russian efforts in election meddling, and I think the president can put this on the table and say, 'This is a serious matter that we need to talk about'".

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Trump went on to repeat last week's attacks on Germany and America's North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies, and he repeated his backhanded compliment that he respects how E.U. leaders have been able to taken advantage of the U.S. Considering Trump's statements about other world leaders, he seems to afford much more praise and respect to more authoritarian leaders than most European countries have to offer.

The campaign uses headlines taken from the newspaper, including, "Trump calls media the enemy of the people, "Putin shuts down Russia's largest news agency", and "Trump cabinet selects appropriate reporters". "Russia is foe in certain respects". China's a foe economically, certainly they are a foe. "It means that they are competitive". It doesn't mean anything. But Trump's statements on the issue could give Russian Federation reason to hope he might change that stance. I do believe in meetings.

He described the European Union, a bloc of nation's that includes many of America's closest allies, as a "foe". Mueller is investigating election interference and links between Trump aides and Moscow. "And don't say I'm attacking freedom of the press". Chants of "We Love Trump, We Love Trump" broke out as the president's motorcade passed and Trump waved.

A message is displayed on a video wall at the Helsinki Music Centre, ahead of meeting between the US President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki. But again, this was during the Obama administration. "But I will absolutely firmly ask the question, and hopefully we'll have a very good relationship with Russian Federation".

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Trump on Saturday tweeted that the Obama administration for not responding aggressively enough to Russian hacking. The interview took place aboard Air Force One, where Trump told Morgan he believes there's a "very good chance" the high court won't address the landmark 1973 decision to legalize abortion.

But for Mr Putin, merely getting Mr Trump to sit across the table counts as "an informal recognition of Russian Federation as a great power", political analyst Alexei Malashenko said.

"He must see you, Jake, as a much greater threat to global stability than Vladimir Putin", Remnick said.

But far from his prediction that the Putin meeting would be the "easiest" part of his swing through Europe, the summit comes freighted with new tensions, after 12 Russian military intelligence agents were indicted for hacking Democrats during the 2016 election.

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