Trump canceled a planned press conference after world leaders were filmed joking together at the NATO summit, apparently about the president, although his name was not mentioned.
In a clip from a NATO reception that went viral on Wednesday, world leaders including Boris Johnson appeared to make fun of the U.S. president.
Pete Souza took aim at the president after his early departure from the 70th anniversary NATO summit following a spat with Justin Trudeau.
Fox News hosts quickly came to the defense of "dominant" President Donald Trump after a video emerged of world leaders apparently mocking the president at a NATO reception.
While some saw the viral video as a gossiping session between world leaders, Trudeau said he was "pleased" to share the story behind the announcement.
"These are people who run countries...these are people who are talking about serious things," Tom Nicols said in an interview with MSNBC's Joe Scarborough. "And the president is always out of his depth in those environments."
The husband of Trump counselor Kellyanne Conway claimed the video showed that the world thinks the president is a "deranged buffoon."
Trump cancelled a press conference and left the meeting earlier amid a spat with Justine Trudeau, but Jens Stoltenberg said unity within the alliance was "iron-clad."
Trump told reporters he had done enough press conferences and that he would "probably" leave the London meeting early.
The president also said the Canadian Prime Minister was a "very nice guy" after a long pause following the insult.
The president attacked the House Intelligence Committee chairman during a meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Tuesday.
Queen Elizabeth II's only daughter was spotted with Justin Trudeau, Emmanuel Macron and Boris Johnson at a Buckingham Palace reception Tuesday.
Turkey's invasion of northeastern Syria has prompted protests from other NATO nations and opened up cracks in the alliance.
Canada is among the NATO nations spending less than 2 percent of GDP on military investments, much to Trump's frustration.
One organizer told Newsweek that the Baby Trump blimp could still be in America following a Florida rally.
Jens Stoltenberg said he remains a believer in a dual approach of deterrence and dialogue towards Russia.
During Tuesday's 'Morning Joe,' host Joe Scarborough mocked Donald Trump's claims that he had legal scholars read the transcripts of his Ukraine phone calls.
Donald Trump heads to a reception for NATO leaders at Buckingham Palace, but Prince Andrew will not be in attendance.
The president is visiting the U.K. for the NATO summit in London from December 3-4.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson's team is bracing for a possible intervention from Trump, who is widely unpopular in the U.K.
The West is facing security threats unlike any since the end of the Cold War, but a dearth of leadership continues to plague the alliance.
Advent starts this week as the Judiciary Committee begins its impeachment hearings.
The U.S. will cut its contribution to the direct NATO budget, which covers maintenance of the NATO headquarters, joint security investments and some combined military operations.
The president has publicly antagonized America's European Union allies, even describing the bloc as a "foe."
Turkey began radar testing of its Russian-made S-400 anti-aircraft system on Monday, the purchase of which has created friction with Washington.
In the 70 years since its founding, the U.S.-led NATO military alliance has steadily expanded into Eastern Europe, bringing with it new weapons viewed as provocative by Russia.
The president has repeatedly maligned the Cold War-era alliance, even suggesting the pact is obsolete.
To keep Russia and Iran in check, NATO now more than ever needs to develop and pursue a comprehensive strategy for the Black Sea. Georgia is key to the region.
Former U.S. Navy intelligence and counter-terrorism specialist Malcolm Nance suggested, "Putin leads Donald Trump around on a leash."