>> Arriving at the NATO headquarters for the first time, home of a military alliance the US president once called obsolete. After a warm welcome in the Middle East and a quote, fantastic visit with the Pope, Donald Trump on shakier ground here with leaders likely to press him on defense, trade and environmental concerns.
Trump will unveil a memorial to the September 11th attacks on New York and Washington. He'll make his only on camera remarks before a dinner with the leaders. NATO pulling out all the stops hoping to impress the President with military bands, allied jets flying overhead and a walk through the glass and steel headquarters.
Trump is expected to pledge his full support to the Alliance, one which he has said was not doing enough to stop terrorism, press NATO leaders hard to spend more on defense and take on more of the burden of paying for the Alliance.