House Speaker Paul Ryan sponsored the resolution
President Donald Trump walks past British Prime Minister Theresa May and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau after speaking during a ceremony to unveil artifacts from the World Trade Center and Berlin Wall for the new NATO headquarters, Thursday, May 25, 2017, in Brussels. photo: AP/Evan Vucci, photo: AP/Evan Vucci
27 of June 2017 17:58:55
WASHINGTON – The House has overwhelmingly approved a resolution reaffirming the U.S. commitment to NATO's mutual defense pact.Lawmakers passed the measure Tuesday, 423-4, roughly a month after President Donald Trump failed to explicitly state his support for Article 5 during a visit to NATO headquarters. Article 5 is the alliance's "one for all, all for one" agreement. Trump did eventually back the collective defense accord.