NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg just embarrassed the impeachment obsessed Democrats with a stunning admission.
Look, Trump ran on a very popular platform and one that crossed party lines, but remember there was another factor for his historic win – other politicians say and promise the same things, but only Trump had the courage and toughness to actually use the bully pulpit to shame do nothing politicians to get things done.
That is a big reason why some elected him – they knew he would get in there and fight and when they hit back and came for him, they knew he would double down and fight back harder.
Look, the results speak for themselves – he shamed the GOP into supporting the crime bill that hurt so many.
He finessed the Dems into giving him a huge win on USMCA by giving Pelosi something he wanted anyway.
And he has brought under control, or at least more than anyone in the past, the military-industrial complex that has caused so many problems for us under weaker leaders.
Same with NATO – the media and the Dem playbook is always the same – Trump is ruining the world, the sky is falling, blah blah… and then the media gets exposed and it starts all over again.
Like they did today when NATO chief admitted Trump’s get-tough stance has made the alliance stronger. Transcript from Breitbart:
MARIA BARTIROMO: Is this true you and President Trump have formed this very close relationship?
JENS STOLTENBERG: We work closely together because we are concerned about the same things. We’re worried about the rise of terrorism and fighting terrorism, but also the importance of having fair burden-sharing within the NATO alliance.
And NATO brings together North America and Europe, and of course, we have to share the burden in a fair way. He has been very clear that European allies and Canada have to spend more and his message having an impact.
All European allies and Canada are investing more and this is making NATO stronger.
BARTIROMO: And you think they will get up to that two percent of GDP target by what is it, 2024?
STOLTENBERG: Yes, the target is to be there by 2024. More allies now meet the two percent target already. All allies have begun to increase defense spending and the majority of allies have plans in place to be there by 2024.