A Dem Senator Actually Praised Trump's Strong Start to the NATO Summit
"Many countries owe us," he said in Brussels.
During one of their early meetings, Trump also confronted NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg, accusing some members of being at a disadvantage over negotiations because they are being held captive by Russia.
“How can you be together when you’re getting energy from the group you want protection from?” Trump asked Stoltenberg, who was sitting right across from him.
"Germany is totally controlled by Russia," Trump said, offering an example. Germany, he noted, gets 60 to 70 percent of their energy from Russia.
Democratic Sen. Chris Coons (DE) liked what he heard.