President Donald Trump is always eager to insult his perceived rivals, often with degrading nicknames, indiscriminate of party.

These past few days in London at a NATO summit were no different. He called House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-CA), who isn't present at the summit, a "a maniac," "a deranged human being," and "a very sick man" who "lies."

Trump is proving once again, however, that he can't take what he dishes out.

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President Donald Trump's abrupt decision to pull U.S. troops out of Northern Syria earlier this year paved the way for Turkish fighters to invade the region, resulting in the deaths of U.S.-backed Kurdish soldiers and the escape of numerous imprisoned ISIS fighters.

The possible resurgence of ISIS came up today in a bilateral discussion between Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron at a NATO summit in London on Tuesday.

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US President Donald Trump takes a drink of water at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center in Washington, DC, December 18, 2017. (Photo by MANDEL NGAN/AFP/Getty Images)

Wednesday, July 25, 2018, Daniel W. Drezner posted this on Twitter.

Embarking on a seemingly never-ending quest over a year ago on April 25, 2017, Dan Drezner, a professor at the Fletcher Graduate School of international affairs posted an excerpt from an article from The Washington Post on Twitter. He captioned the share:

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President Donald Trump continues to vacillate between denying any Russian election interference in 2016 and acknowledging it; discrediting U.S. intelligence agencies by refuting their evidence of continued Russian interference then stating Russia poses a legitimate threat in 2018.

Tuesday morning, Russia returned to being a threat. But, the President claimed, only to him.

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United States President Donald Trump and Montenegro President Milo Đukanović (Saul Loeb and Francois Mori/AFP/Getty Images)

In an interview Tuesday with Fox News' Tucker Carlson, President Donald Trump insulted the citizens of the small European nation of Montenegro and questioned the North Atlantic Treaty Alliance (NATO's) Article 5. Article 5 is NATO's common defense principle, which states that an attack against any member of NATO is an attack against all of NATO.

"Why should my son go to Montenegro to defend it from attack?" Carlson asked the President during his Fox News interview.

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Senator Jeff Flake (R-AZ) criticized President Donald Trump after he made international headlines for comments which undermined the integrity of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and heightened political tensions with the United States' allies.

"The mindset that comprehends a trade deficit as a grievous offense or an unfair act of aggression is the same mindset that can upend vital security relationships that have been similarly misperceived," the veteran senator said.

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Russian state TV was thrilled with President Donald Trump's contentious visit to NATO on Wednesday, culminating with commentator Tatyana Parkhalina saying she "never thought I'd live to see" an American president sow as much discord into the alliance as Trump did this week.

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