For those still unsure about why President Trump refers to the New York Times as fake news, have a look at what he said at the NATO meeting, and how the NYT wrote it up:
It certainly appears from this video, (which is the only one I can find without a ton of voice over of reinterpretation of what President Trump said) that president Trump feels that Germany has compromised itself by becoming dependant on Russian energy, yet expects the US to spend billions to defend them against Russia.
In fact President Trump put it that way in so many words. And, just by the way, from a standard geopolitical model, president Trump is 100% correct and intel orgs and geopolitical think tanks like STRATFOR has been saying so for a decade or more.
[…] Mr. Trump’s criticism raised the prospect of another confrontation involving the president and American allies after a blowup by Mr. Trump at the Group of 7 gathering last month in Quebec, and increased concerns that far from projecting solidarity in the face of threats from Russia, the meeting will highlight divisions within the alliance. Such a result could play into the hands of President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia, who is to meet with Mr. Trump in Helsinki, Finland, after the NATO meeting, and whose primary goal is sowing divisions within the alliance.
Yep. A total and complete reversal of what was said and meant.
So fake news is actually being kind.