Times when world leaders `sarcasm` President Trump 0

Times when world leaders `sarcasm` President Trump

(Dan Tri) – President Donald Trump has repeatedly become the target of `ridicule` by world leaders since he came to power 3 years ago.

President Trump and G7 leaders met in Canada in 2018. (Photo: Getty)

The fact that foreign countries `laugh at` America was a controversial topic during President Donald Trump’s election campaign in 2016. This story has even happened before.

“The world is laughing at us,” Mr. Trump said in May 2016.

“They are laughing at us, laughing at our stupidity,” Mr. Trump said about Mexico in his campaign launch speech.

Mr. Trump has used the phrase “laughing at us” more than 50 times since 2011 and during his presidential campaign.

President Trump himself also became the `target` of ridicule from foreign leaders.

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The most recent incident occurred on December 3, when the leaders of Canada, France, the Netherlands and Britain seemed to recall Mr. Trump holding a press conference for too long with reporters that same day.

“He was late because he lost 40 minutes of press conference,” Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said in a video recording of the conversation between the leaders.

“You have to see how his team gasped in surprise,” Mr. Trudeau said when he and NATO leaders attended a summit in England.

The next day, President Trump responded to Mr. Trudeau, calling the Canadian leader `two-faced` for making such comments.

Last year, when President Trump gave a speech at the United Nations, he also became a `laugh` of the leaders.

“In less than two years, my administration has accomplished more than any administration in the history of our country,” Mr. Trump said, making delegates laugh out loud.

“I didn’t expect to get such a reaction, but that’s okay,” Mr. Trump said.

President Trump later explained that world leaders laugh `with` him, not `at` him.

The German delegation laughed at Mr. Trump’s speech

Also in his speech at the meeting at the United Nations, President Trump made the German delegation laugh after he criticized comments about America’s dependence on Russian energy.

Previously, in 2017, former Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull was also accused of `mocking` President Trump during a dinner that Mr. Turnbull said was not recorded.

In the leaked recording, Prime Minister Turnbull mocked President Trump’s way of speaking.

“You know that online elections are too easy.

Prime Minister Turnbull later explained that it was just a fun joke he made at a party.

Also in 2017, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern recounted a situation in which she `responded` to the US president at a dinner party of the East Asia summit.

According to Prime Minister Ardern, while she was waiting to be introduced at the reception of the East Asia Summit, Mr. Trump patted the shoulder of the person sitting next to her, pointed at her and said: `This woman

“You know, no one marched when I was elected,” Ms. Ardern said, referring to the protests that took place when Mr. Trump was elected president.

Times when world leaders `sarcasm` President Trump

European leaders are said to have `imitated` President Trump’s photo-taking moves.

Leaders of European countries also reenacted a photo of President Trump and the Saudi king placing their hands on a glowing ball in the capital Riyadh.

“Who rules the world?

President Trump is not the only member of the family who has been involved in scandals involving world leaders.

Mr. Trump’s daughter was criticized for interrupting the leaders’ conversation

Earlier this year, Ivanka Trump, President Trump’s daughter and a senior adviser to the White House, had a conversation at the G20 summit with former British Prime Minister Theresa May, French President Emmanuel Macron and the head of the Foundation.

Leaders at that time discussed women’s rights quite positively, a topic that Ivanka was interested in.

The video recording of the conversation was posted by the French government on Instagram and went viral.

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