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and promising prosecution of any culprit identified. This fits very conveniently as it happens into a broader agenda for President Trump - after all leaks have kept alive the crisis here over Russian influence in the US elections, specifically intelligence leaks about the investigation into possible collusion between his campaign team and Russia. Remember the President himself got into trouble for sharing intel.
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That is Dusko Markovic, the Prime Minister of Montenegro, who is getting the Trump brush off. Mr Trump doesn't like being upstaged - and especially not by the newest member of that alliance. Perhaps he should be in the front row. I'm glad you weren't studying your body language during the First Lady and the President during this trip. This goes down well with Nato members they want somebody like the American President to come in and, I've heard it, saying you have to up your defence spending. I think this doesn't go down quite so badly as.
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intelligence and non military bodies do those roles. In a statement President Trump said that he would punish anyone found to have leaked British lease material relating to the Manchester bombing so his track record of hunting those sorts of people down is not very good. On Nato he thinks.
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In his speech, President Trump said that horrific attacks like Manchester would continue forever if terrorism was not tackled. He said that Nato needed to refocus as a counter terror organisation that could help to curb world migration patterns. Baffling to many gathered here who think police,.
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in the billion-euro new Nato HQ. The Nato Secretary General then had a second stab at trying to get President Trump to commit to Article 5, engraved on the wall, no joy. President Trump was elsewhere. Focused perhaps on making sure he had prominence in the pictures
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The prime minister of Luxembourg said something behind his hand that seemed to be amuse the leaders of Belgium and France. Theresa May told President Trump about her concerns about leaked police information just bfore the leaders group photo.
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I think people are parting words too much. What I think the President is trying to do though is to keep the focus on European contributions and commit am to Nato. The US is under a microscope here in the words he uses. We are actually doing.
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We had Vice-President Pence at the Munich security conference and meetings with Rex Tillerson, the Secretary General calling Trump a few times and visiting him at the White House. You had strong support for Nato. A push on Nato defence spending. Wouldn't it have been use to have have heard that directly from the President? Well, I'm not sure that they didn't hear that directly
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offer more fulsome support of Nato. He didn't come out and say it was be o sow Lee. He didn't support the alliance. Would it have been helpful if he did so. People are watching the words too carefully. Since he became President a change in the language and a change in the policies from what had been discussed during the campaign
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inside Nato areas itself. That is something Nato has not yet done, but could do more of. That is an area in which the leaders seem to agree, of course, an area which there is some disagreement over is Donald Trump's relationship with Nato more broadly. I understand there is some disquiet at the Brussels meeting that the President didn't come out and.
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President Trump was speaking beside the memorial to 9/11, the only moment when Nato has invoked its Article 5 obligation, "an attack on one is an attack on all." There was an expectation that the presient of the country which is the cornerstone of the Nato alliance would, finally, commit to that principle
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predecessors have done. Another Nato summit newcomer, President Trump, called for a moment's silence in honour of those who died in Manchester. Prime Minister Theresa May, all of the nations here today grieve with you, and stand with.
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to Nato, Kurt Volker. Nato members and the President seem to agree. How much can Nato be doing in the fight against Islamic terrorism and terrorism in general? There is a couple of ways to terrorism and terrorism in general? There is a couple of ways to look at it what was agreed and There is a couple of ways to look at it what was agreed and decided today. Nato an organisation will be part today. Nato an organisation will be part of the coalition. That means that certain.
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shared between law enforcement agencies must remain secure. Theresa May was attending her first Nato summit. Amongst the other newcomers, France's new president already in the habit of arriving last as so many of his.
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On the issue of intelligence sharing, we have a special relationship with the USA, it is our deepest defence and security partnership that we have, of course, that partnership is built on trust, and part of that trust is knowing that intelligence can be shared, confidently. And I will be making clear to President Trump today that intelligence that is.
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the very point of it. Nuclear submarine. Even worse. OK. Donald Trump was keen to use the Nato meeting to raise the issue of defence funding among member countries. But in the light of the Manchester attack, much of the discussion has been about combating terrorism. Nato has agreed to take a bigger role in the fight against so-called Islamic State. Here was President Trump speaking out on Monday's attack
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A transcript has appeared of a telephone call between Donald Trump and the Philippine President, Rodrigo Duterte ,which took place in late April. The transcript revealed that Mr Trump disclosed that the US military had moved two nuclear submarines near to North Korea - something Pentagon officials have said should not have been discussed. But the transcript was clearly confidential -.
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Donald Trump has condemned it saying that it's a grave threat to national security. That they are going to get to the bottom of it. A little more detail from the White House just now. This is from Sean Spicer the Press Secretary The president has made it very clear going back months that leaks for it in national security and he is outraged at these allegations and was to get to the bottom of it"
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and the intelligence community, but, President and the intelligence community, but, you know, these types of leaks community, but, you know, these types of leaks break down the effectiveness of the types of leaks break down the effectiveness of the intelligence community and they effectiveness of the intelligence community and they break down the relationship the trust that we have between the United relationship the trust that we have between the United States and the Brits. There is absolutely no excuse for anybody in the intelligence community to be leaking this information to do damage to the President information to do damage to the President because they may damage the President but they are damning the national security of the United States and our allies. There is absolutely no excuse for this type of behaviour. Thank you very much for your thoughts. Donald Trump and Theresa May talking today of the special relationship
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may lead to a break down the Intelligence Services? That may lead to a break down between the President.
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But the leaks from the US intelligence to American media are unprecedented. A sign, perhaps, of the dysfunctional relationship between the president and his intelligence services. What we seen both in this specific instance with the British.
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what I would expect our intelligence and Department of Justice to do. I think that's what our partners would expect that we would do, to at least demonstrate an expect that we would do, to at least demonstrate an effort to expect that we would do, to at least demonstrate an effort to stop this. Briefly, you served on demonstrate an effort to stop this. Briefly, you served on the Trump campaign, do you think the President bears any campaign, do you think the President bears any responsibility for this campaign, do you think the President bears any responsibility for this in this bears any responsibility for this in this context. He has said some things this context. He has said some things about the US Intelligence Services.
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making clear to President Trump today that intelligence that is shared between law-enforcement agencies must remain secure. And make it clear she did, taking the earliest opportunity to confront the US president as they gathered for the family photo