Trump blasts impeachment inquiry, clashes with allies at NATO summit

The president called Adam Schiff "a very sick man" who lies, and went on to say he is open to having top advisers testify if there's a trial in the Senate, "when it’s fair."
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Transcript for Trump blasts impeachment inquiry, clashes with allies at NATO summit
blasting the impeachment inquiry and clashing with allies as he wraps up his final day at the nato summit in London. Our chief white house correspondent Jonathan Karl is there with more. Good morning, Jon. Reporter: Good morning, robin. As the impeachment drama plays out back home, the president is on the world stage meeting on the outskirts of London with some of America's most important military allies. This morning, a stoned face president trump shared the stage with some 30 other heads of state for a group photo with America's nato allies. Here in London. The president received a warm welcome from the queen at Buckingham palace but there have been tense moments here between president trump and French president Emmanuel macron That's a common enemy today. Reporter: Including this awkward exchange on what to do with ISIS prisoners in Syria. They're mostly from Europe and some of the countries are agreeing -- I have not spoken to the president about that, would you like some nice ISIS fighters? I could give them to you. You could take every one you want. Reporter: Another source of tension, trade, as the trump administration is threatening tariffs on wine and cheese in retaliation for new French tariffs on American companies. President trump predicts it will all be worked out. I think we'll probably be able to work it out but we have a big trade relationship and I'm sure that within a short period of time things will be looking very rosy, we hope. Reporter: But on the issue of trade with China, the president has rattled markets by saying he may want to want another year before making an agreement with the Chinese. I have no deadline, no. Mr. President -- In some ways I think it's better to wait until after the election, if you want to know the truth. Reporter: On the president's agenda today a press conference that will be happening just as the impeachment hearing is getting under way in the house judiciary committee. Michael. All right, Jon, I'm sure we'll tune in to that.

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