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President Joe Biden, in a speech at the NATO summit in Washington, countered Donald Trump’s critique of the NATO alliance, emphasizing increased defense spending among member countries. Biden highlighted that the number of NATO members spending 2% of their GDP on defense rose from nine to 23 under his administration. Without naming Trump, Biden underscored that more nations have met their financial commitments since Trump left office. Speaking at NATO’s 75th anniversary ceremony, Biden assured that remaining countries would soon reach the defense spending milestone. The summit occurs during a politically tense period.

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