"We need our allies to spend two per cent".
Laura Williams, 29 and an officer at Global Justice Manchester, said she was travelling from the northern English city to London for the protest because she was "shocked" May made a decision to invite Trump, "despite the obvious public opposition".
Trump did not specify which countries had committed to what, and it remained unclear whether any had changed their plans.
"Some are at 2 percent, others have agreed definitely to go to 2 percent, and some are going back to get the approval - and which they will get - to go to 2 percent", Trump said at his press conference.
After leading allies to believe that the USA might abandon its commitment to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, President Trump reversed course at an impromptu press conference.
"Leading up to 2014 and the Wales conference, North Atlantic Treaty Organisation countries had been under-investing in their military and declining in their military and defence investments - including, unfortunately, in Canada".
"These revelations add to a body of evidence confirming an extensive plot by Vladimir Putin's government to attack the 2016 election, sow chaos and dissension among the American electorate, and undermine faith in our democracy".
Kauppi called for closer cooperation not only between the United States and Finland, but also between Washington and the European Union and the Nordic region generally: "The world is broader than the transatlantic community, certainly, but the basic link between the US and the EU is extremely important in terms of how the global community takes shape".
Net Neutrality Gets Telecom Commission's Nod, New Telecom Policy Cleared
The Senate is meeting to revive net neutrality, but chances are Trump Republicans will back the FCC and net neutrality will die. Telcos can not discriminate against Internet content and services by blocking, throttling or granting them higher speed access.
Trump claimed a personal victory after telling European allies to increase their defense spending or lose Washington's support.
Earlier Mr Trump ha attended Mrs May's Chequers meeting and speaking at the end of the press conference the US President described Germany's reliance on Russian Federation as "terrible" and "horrific". Trump and Putin are scheduled to hold talks Monday in Finland, a meeting largely sought by Trump.
He continued the attack Thursday, complaining that "Germany just started paying Russian Federation, the country they want protection from, Billions of Dollars for their Energy needs coming out of a new pipeline from Russian Federation".
He and Martha MacCallum discussed the opposition that many Britons have over Trump's visit. "I think it's very inappropriate".
U.S. Marine Corps Gen. Joseph Dunford, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, met with Gen. Valery Gerasimov, the chief of the Russian military's General Staff, in a manor house owned by the Finnish state in June to exchange views on U.S. -Russia military relations, Syria and global security.
Trump heads next to the United Kingdom.
It happened during a subsequent, private meeting.
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