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BRUSSELS Carlton Davis Color Rush Jersey , May 25 (Xinhua) -- The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) will develop annual national plans for military spending, said NATO chief on Thursday, echoing the U.S. President's Donald Trump's vocal insistence.


"Today, we decided to develop annual national plans, setting out how Allies intend to meet the defense investment pledge we made together in 2014," NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg told a press conference after this day's summit.


He noted that the national plans would cover three major areas including cash, capabilities and contributions.


NATO nations were expected to plan how to meet their commitment to spend 2 percent of gross domestic product (GDP) on defence M.J. Stewart Color Rush Jersey , following Trump's harsh criticism over the short.


The members would also mull how to invest additional funding in key military capabilities and how to contribute to NATO missions, operations and other engagements.


The first set of reports on national plans will be completed by December this year and be reviewed by defense ministers in February, Stoltenberg said.


NATO's decision came following Trump's slam on many NATO nations, saying they "owe massive amounts of money from past years and not paying in those past years."


The situation "is not fair to the people and taxpayers of the United States, " Trump said in a speech.


NATO leaders from 28 allied countries gathered here for their first meeting at NATO's new headquarters in Brussels, with military spending, counter-terrorism on the agenda.


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Merchandise retailers typically see a profit boost during election season as voters on both sides seek to wear support for their candidates, particularly around conventions, voting and this year, debates.


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Merchandise promoting the Republican candidate was steadily higher earlier in the race, said Maheesh Jain, co-founder of online customizable merchandise retailer CafePress. Some of the most popular items included the slogans "I am a deplorable" and "Hillary for prison."


At a fundraiser in September, Clinton said Trump had given voice to hateful rhetoric through his behavior as a candidate, and that "you can put half of Trump’s supporters into what I call the 'basket of deplorables.'" The following day she said she regretted saying "half" and that she had been "grossly generalistic."


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"Right now, we're definitely seeing a lot more Hillary merchandise selling than Trump merchandise," said Jain.


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After the third and final presidential debate on Wednesday, Trump's "nasty woman" comment gave life to a new merchandise line aimed at assailing him.


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"I thought it only made sense to use his own words to sell a product that would then benefit Planned Parenthood," Brinkman said.


In past elections, Jain said, her company had seen a direct link between the most merchandise sold and the candidate that won the election.


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