Source: China Daily
Original title: Chief Executive of the White House is dissatisfied with Trump's bombardment of Germany? Official: he was not happy at breakfast
China Daily Online July 12 (Sun Ruonan) local time July 11th, a two day NATO summit opened in Brussels, Belgium. On the same day, President Trump, who attended the summit, announced that "Germany was a Russian prisoner" with senior White House officials and NATO Secretary General stuttenberg, when John Kelly, the chief executive of the White House, pursed out and moved his eyes from Trump.
The Washington Post invited facial expression experts to analyze the picture, and experts say Kelly's body language shows his anger and unhappiness, but it has not reached the level of anger.
However, White House spokesman Saunders told the media that Kelly was a bit unhappy on the same day, but there was another "secret feeling". "Kelly looked unhappy because he was looking forward to a good breakfast, but on that day there were only cakes and cheese."
In the video, it is impossible to see what these officials actually ate. Trump said at the time: "if you look at it, Germany is a prisoner of Russia, because Russia provides it with something. Germany abolished the coal plant, got rid of nuclear weapons, and obtained much oil and gas from Russia. I think NATO should pay attention to these problems. I think it's very inappropriate. "
A spokesman for the US mission to NATO did not immediately respond to the matter. However, Trump's remarks were quickly rebutted by German Chancellor Merkel and members of the United States Congress. Merkel choked her voice. In her childhood, Germany was really controlled by Russia.
Later in the day, Trump and Merkel met and discussed a natural gas pipeline from Russia to the Baltic Sea in Germany.
After the NATO summit, Trump will hold a one to one meeting with Russian President Putin in Helsinki, capital of Finland.
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