When President Trump said “America First,” he wasn’t kidding. At the NATO summit, where the U.S. is the backbone, President Trump moved aside Montenegro Prime Minister Duško Markovic.
President Donald Trump appeared to muscle past — or shove — Montenegro Prime Minister Duško Markovic at a public appearance during the NATO summit in Brussels on Thursday.
A closer view suggested that Markovic might have been pushing Trump to the front at the same time.
However, the Internet had pronounced its verdict.
As with almost everything having to do with Trump, liberal observers were aghast, seeing Trump’s move as similar to the alleged “body slam” of a journalist by a Republican congressional candidate in Montana the day before.
Conservatives, however, generally applauded Trump’s “America first” gesture.
The move appeared to jibe with Trump’s speech earlier in the day at an unveiling of a memorial to the victims of the 9/11 attacks in 2001.
Montenegro is the newest member of NATO, after President Trump backed its acceptance into the organization earlier this year.
That move was seen as a challenge to Russia — which did not temper Democrat and media speculation about possible collusion between the Russian government and the Trump campaign in 2016.
America First: Donald Trump Muscles Past Montenegro PM at NATO Summit pic.twitter.com/XJ6w6voio4
— Conservative News (@conservnews) May 26, 2017
This is clearly alpha male behavior, not beta male behavior like Obama displayed for 8 years!