President Trump said Wednesday that the US might move 2,000 troops from German to Poland– however balked when asked if a brand-new military center in the Baltic country ought to be called “Fort Trump.”
“That is all I ‘d need, Fort Trump. You individuals would have a field day about that,” Trump said from the White Home during an appearance with Polish President Andrzej Duda, who first brought up the concept of creating a Fort Trump in Poland throughout a previous sitdown.
The leader in chief stated absolutely nothing was definite, however that he believed Poland, a NATO ally, need to be rewarded for increasing its defense costs.
He likewise knocked Germany for allegedly not paying enough.
“They are discussing 2,000 troops, but we ‘d be taking them out of Germany or moving them from another location. No extra troops in Europe,” he said.
“Germany is not measuring up to what they are supposed to be making with respect to NATO, and Poland is.”
Duda’s country, he included, would develop a “world class” military base.
“Poland will develop a phenomenal center in an excellent location. The center would be world class,” he stated.