Mr Trump is for a summit marking the 70th anniversary of the Western military alliance.

In addition, he stated he can see France”breaking off” out of Nato, but didn’t explain why.

The 29 member states pledge to come to the help of one another should any come under attack.

But last month, Mr. Macron whined that Nato members were on crucial issues.

He described the alliance as”brain dead”, stressing what he saw as a waning commitment from its main guarantor – the US.

The summit, due to getting underway later on Tuesday, has been overshadowed by a bitter row between member states France and Turkey, and a continuing disagreement over money.

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said he’ll oppose Nato’s plan for the defense of the southern region if it doesn’t back Turkey over its struggle against Kurdish classes.

Working alongside Nato Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg at a press conference, President Trump said Nato”serves a fantastic purpose”, but was then asked what he thought about Mr. Macron’s statements.

He said he believed the French leader was”very disrespectful” to other alliance members.

“It is a very, very horrible statement. I believe they have a large unemployment rate in France. France isn’t doing well economically at all,” he explained.

“It is a very tough statement to create when you have such difficulty in France if you take a look at what is happening. They’ve had a rough year. You just can’t go around making statements. It is extremely disrespectful.”

He added: “Nobody wants Nato more than France… that the US advantages the least. For them to create it’s an invoice.

“I’m considering him [Mr. Macron] and I’m stating that he needs protection more than anybody, and I see him breaking off [from Nato]. So I am a little surprised at that.”

Mr. Erdogan had earlier joined the dispute, indicating that Mr. Macron was the one who had been”brain dead” and accusing him of having”a sick and shallow comprehension” of terrorism.

Mr. Trump also reiterated his longstanding criticism that many Nato countries were not contributing fiscally.

Mr. Stoltenberg praised Mr. Trump’s”leadership on defense spending”, saying it had been having a real effect.

“Since 2016, Canada and European allies have added $130bn more to the defense budget, and this number increases to $400bn from 2024,” he said.

“This is unprecedented, this is making Nato stronger, and it demonstrates that this alliance is adapting, responding when the planet is shifting .”

The extra spending was welcomed by President Trump singled out Germany as falling short.¬†According to Nato’s newest figures, Germany spends 1.36percent of GDP on defense as soon as the Nato guideline is 2%.

On a more positive note, he added: “The world has changed a great deal and Nato is shifting right now. I’ve come to be a fan of Nato because they’ve become more flexible.”

Ahead of his departure for London, Mr. Erdogan said Turkey would not approve a plan to shield Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia in the event of an attack unless the Kurdish YPG militia was recognized by Nato as terrorists.

The YPG directs the Allied Democratic Forces (SDF), key allies of the US-led coalition from the Islamic State group in Syria. In October, Turkey launched an operation in Kurdish-controlled regions of northern Syria to create a”safety zone” along its boundary.

“If our buddies at Nato don’t recognize as terrorist organizations those we believe terrorist organizations… we’ll stand against any measure which will be taken there,” he explained about the plan.

That action took place after President Trump pulled US forces from the area without consulting allies, also deepened cracks between other Nato members and Turkey.

Mr. Macron and Mr. Erdogan will come face to face in a four-way meeting including the host, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Downing Street on Tuesday.

In a string of tweets, his movement, which might open the way for Turkey to establish an assault on Kurdish fighters was defended by Mr. Trump.

The Democratic allies of Mr. Trump heavily criticised the withdrawal.

Kurdish forces were crucial US allies in beating the Islamic State (IS) in Syria.

Only about two dozen was hauled out according to a senior state department official, although the US has some 1,000 troops around Syria.

Mr. Trump originally tweeted Monday he was chosen on”getting from those ridiculous endless wars” “Turkey, Europe, Syria, Iran, Iraq, Russia, and the Kurds would finally have to figure out the situation”.

After accusations from US Kurdish allies that they were”stabbed in the back” and criticism from across the US political spectrum, Mr. Trump delivered out more tweets after on Monday, cautioning Turkey to not make the most of his decision, saying he would”ruin and interrogate” its market.

This past year, that the US increased tariffs on several Turkish goods and enforced sanctions on leading officials as connections between both Nato countries worsened over a variety of problems.

Afterward, when enlarging his”off-limits” tweet, Mr. Trump said Turkey must”not do anything out of what we’d believe is humanist”.

In addition, he said there could be a “big problem” if”some of our folks get hurt”.

In a statement, Pentagon spokesman Jonathan Hoffman stated: “that the Department of Defense made apparent to Turkey – as did the president that we don’t endorse a Turkish functioning in Northern Syria”.

In the current UN General Assembly, Mr. Erdogan made a map showing a 480km (300 kilometers ) long and 30km profound”secure zone” that he needs Turkey to restrain over its border with Syria.

This could resettle around 2 million of the over 3.6 million Syrian refugees now residing in Turkey.

On Monday, Turkey’s defense ministry stated that “all training for its surgery have been finished,” including the establishment of such a zone has been”essential” to get Syrians and also for peace in the area.

However, Turkey has repeatedly threatened to strike fighters throughout the border in Syria.

Boris Johnson has given the green light to 20 infrastructure projects and construction in the NHS.

The 850m package refurbishing some facilities in addition to will cover wards, intensive care units and centers.

“It is a part of a programme the NHS requested for and I wish to stress that this is new money,” the prime minister said.

But doubts have been raised whether the cash is new.

Mr Johnson explained there could be an 1bn annually preserve and to enhance buildings.

The authorities had already dedicated to 6.7bn being spent building and infrastructure, such as IT, throughout 2019-20.

Mr Johnson said the new cash – less than 1 percent of the yearly NHS budget – could imply”more beds, fresh wards, and additional life-saving equipment”.

He said that he was”decided to provide” on the claims of this 2016 EU referendum, following criticism of this Vote Leave effort’s claim that #350m per week was being delivered into the EU and might be spent on the NHS rather than

When asked regarding staffing and recruiting issues faced by physicians, Mr Johnson reported the 1.8bn has been”along with the 34bn that we are putting in the NHS”.

“However, needless to say the lion’s share of this will go on staffing, attracting, keeping, professionally growing the team from the NHS,” he explained.

He said the capital could be available this season as well as cash for hospital updates was possible since the market was growing.

Responding to the funding statement, the Health Foundation stated”decades of under-investment from the NHS’s infrastructure signifies this excess money dangers being little more than a drop in the sea”.

Ben Gershlick, by the charity, included that NHS facilities in England were”in significant disrepair”, using a #6bn care backlog.

Meanwhile, the Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said the statement now on financing for the NHS”goes nowhere near paying for all of the cuts over the last nine decades”.