Trevor Noah compares world leaders trashing Trump to schoolyard bullying

US President Donald Trump shakes hands with France's President Emmanuel Macron ahead of the NATO summit in Watford in London Britain

US President Donald Trump shakes hands with France's President Emmanuel Macron ahead of the NATO summit in Watford in London Britain

"Slightly delinquent, I would say Canada, but they'll be okay".

Trudeau is centrefold in the video, audibly describing the "40-minute press conference" Trump took with reporters.

In his wake, Macron, Johnson and Trudeau scrambled to wriggle out of their embarrassing diplomatic blunder where they mocked Trump behind his back.

Johnson, meanwhile, professed ignorance when asked by reporters about the conversation.

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"We were all surprised and pleased to learn the next G7 would be at Camp David", said Trudeau.

The minute-long video also includes clips of other occasions where Trump has been derided by foreign leaders, including the president addressing the U.N. General Assembly past year, where his remarks were met with "audible guffaws" from audience members, according to Washington Post reporter David Nakamura.

Mr Trump and Mr Trudeau are a study in contrasts: their path to power, their political stripes, their style - they could not be more different. "It's not fair that they get US protection and they're not putting up their money, and they're - really, I call them - I used that term, "delinquent".

"It is true you have foreign fighters coming from Europe, but this is a tiny minority of the overall problem", French. "Last night I made a reference to the fact that there was an unscheduled press conference before my meeting with President Trump and I was happy to take part of it. Trump calls Trudeau "two-faced" see evidence below", referring to a photo of Trudeau wearing blackface when he was teacher almost two decades ago. And now, after leaving the summit without holding a final press conference, Trump seems to be hinting at more to come.

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Trump had evidently seen, or at least heard of, the initial clip following its release, calling Trudeau "two-faced" to media while sitting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, though he'd also added that the prime minister is a "nice guy".

Britain's Princess Anne The Princess Royal, right, talks to North Atlantic Treaty Organisation delegates from left, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson, during a reception at Buckingham Palace, in London, as North Atlantic Treaty Organisation leaders attend to mark 70 years of the alliance, Tuesday Dec. 3, 2019.

"I think we would agree that the current USA administration (and) the current government of Canada disagree about a lot of things and we're candid with each other about that".

Giving his first interview as leader of the globalist-leaning euro-bloc, Tusk heaped praise on Mrs Merkel as a leader "ready to sacrifice some internal or national interest to protect Europe as a whole" - i.e. put the needs of the European Union ahead of the needs of Germany and its people.

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