Hillary Clinton suffered a complete meltdown after Donald Trump made one statement

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Clinton doesn’t know when to quit. She had her chance and she blew it.

And now Hillary Clinton suffered a complete meltdown after Donald Trump made one statement.

Former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton warned this weekend that if President Trump is re-elected in November, he will try to pull the United States from the NATO alliance.

Clinton made the assertion during remarks at the Munich Security Conference in Germany, urging US partners that they should take Trump’s claims seriously after the former president warned NATO countries to do their fair share.

“We have a long struggle ahead of us, and the obvious point to make about Donald Trump is take him literally and seriously,” she went on to say.

“He means what he says. People did not take him literally and seriously in 2016. Now he is telling us what he intends to do, and people who try to wish it away, brush it away, are living in an alternative reality.”

“He will do everything he can to become an absolute authoritarian leader if given the opportunity to do so. And he will pull us out of NATO even though the Congress passed a resolution saying that he couldn’t without congressional support, because he will just not fund our obligations,” she said.

Clinton’s remarks appeared to be addressed at NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, who has stated that he is sure that the United States will “remain a strong and committed ally” regardless of the outcome of the November election.

Trump has been harshly critical of NATO on the campaign trail in recent weeks, reiterating his stance that member countries should not receive protection if they do not contribute to NATO’s budget.

Stoltenberg did suggest last week that Trump’s language undermines the alliance’s security.

“The whole idea of NATO is that an attack on one ally will trigger a response from the whole alliance and as long as we stand behind that message together, we prevent any military attack on any ally,” Stoltenberg said in a statement.

“Any suggestion that we are not standing up for each other, that we are not going to protect each other, that does undermine the security of all of us.”

While Stoltenberg voiced alarm over Trump’s words, the former president’s statement sparked a rush to reaffirm member countries’ contributions for the following year.

The NATO commander revealed that 18 of the alliance’s 31 countries are on track to reach their obligations to contribute 2% of their GDP to the organization.

European countries are on track to pay $380 billion this year, with Germany fulfilling its 2% quota for the first time since the Cold War.

The results reflect a significant increase compared to 2023, when only 11 NATO nations met their 2% spending goal.

And who could be angry about that?

Why should American front the bill for ungrateful nations?

Americans have had enough.

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