Mr. Trump said that the allies at the NATO summit meeting had agreed to his demand for a significant increase in military spending. But he offered no specifics, and President Emmanuel Macron of France refuted the claim.
• Mr. Trump said that he remained committed to NATO, and he signed a joint declaration that largely reaffirmed existing NATO obligations — though it was at odds with some of his own statements.
• On the final day of the talks, Mr. Trump turned a heads-of-state meeting with Georgia and Ukraine into an argument about spending, prompting an emergency budget meeting. Read more