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Watch: US President, Donald Trump demands doubling of defence spending from NATO allies

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Watch: US President, Donald Trump demands doubling of defence spending from NATO allies

Watch: US President, Donald Trump demands doubling of defence spending from NATO allies

US President is due to head over to the UK but not before he made his mark on Brussels.

Donald Trump has urged his NATO allies to pledge 4 percent of their GDP towards military spending - double the current target.

He also accused Germany of being 'totally controlled' by Russia.

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