Trump rages against Nato allies during coronavirus briefing
Donald Trump railed against "abuse" from Nato and complained about the US spending more on its military than European allies during a briefing on the state of the coronavirus pandemic in the US.
He said: "They're all playing games against us. They're been playing games against us for years."
The president claimed that "some of the people that took the biggest advantage of us are our allies" as he raged against the European Union "not taking" US medical equipment.
His daily White House briefings on the administration's response to Covid-19 often stray from the health crisis to the president's gripes, much like his campaign rallies, as he swats at members of the press in front of him and complains about "unfair" treatment as he touts his platform.