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Hannity on NATO: Germany Could Cripple Russia’s Economy By Heeding Trump’s Warning on Pipeline (Video)

Thursday, July 12, 2018 3:52
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Sean Hannity reacted to President Trump’s trip to Brussels, Belgium to take part in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization summit there.

Hannity said Trump was right to hold European economic giant Germany accountable with tough talk for failing to pay 2 percent of its GDP for defense, a NATO goal.

He noted that NATO was “first utilized as a unified military deterrent” against what is now Russia.

Hannity blasted several NATO member states for failing to even come close to the two percent standard or 3.5 percent that the United States contributes.

He said the U.K. contributes $61 billion, Germany $51 billion and Canada “an embarrassing” $21 billion.

“America will no longer be the world’s piggy bank,” Hannity said in characterizing the way Trump warned NATO.

Source Fox News


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