Trump Lashes Out, Goes for Justin Trudeau’s Jugular

President Trump attended the NATO summit in London, England. While the cameras were rolling, it caught the Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and other world leaders mocking President Trump.  Many people, including leaders, misinterpret President Trump.  He is the type of businessman who speaks his mind and holds nothing back when it comes to telling the truth about people.

For the most part, he can be considered to be like a wasp nest.  If you leave the nest alone, chances are, the wasp will leave you alone.  But if you disturb the nest, they will chase and or sting you.  That is what happened with Trudeau when President Trump referred to him as “two-faced” at the NATO summit.

The video did not take long to find its way online, and it went viral.  The camera does not lie as it caught Trudeau, French President Emmanuel Macron, the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, and other leaders speaking amongst themselves at Buckingham Palace.

Johnson asked Macron, “Is that why is that why you were late?”  Trudeau hopped into the conversation and said, “He was late because he takes a 40-minute, 40-minute press conference off the top.”  There was a cut in the video when Trudeau continued, “I watched his team’s jaws drop on the floor.”

President Trump was with Macron in a press conference, which lasted 38 minutes earlier in the day.  Before the press conference, President Trump spoke for approximately 53 minutes next to NATO Sec. Gen. Jens Stoltenberg.

No comments were made from Johnson or Macron concerning the video, and Canadian officials, along with Trudeau, would not comment either.  President Trump sure had something to say when he learned of the video later that day.

He was standing next to the German Chancellor Angela Merkel and defended himself well by saying, “Well, he’s two-faced.  And honestly with Trudeau, he’s a nice guy, but the truth is I called him out on the fact he’s not paying 2 percent (in funding NATO), and I guess he’s not happy about it.”

Looking back at everyone, President Trump criticized since he became president, 99 percent of the time, he was always attacked first verbally.  Trump’s response still staggers his opponents because first off, he fights back, and second, he fights back with the truth.

It should never matter how it sounds or how it comes out of his mouth.  People, including leaders and other politicians, need to learn how to take constructive criticism and use it to their advantage.  Snowflakes always have to fight back because they feel they are never wrong, and their way is the only way.

Trudeau is no stranger to Trump’s criticism.  Last year at the Group of Seven summit in Canada, Trump called the Canadian leader “very dishonest and weak.”  Trump called Trudeau out in his own country.  The only difference was with NATO, all of the world leaders heard the conversation which was caught on video.

Real people would only see this as Trump defending himself, but the media and Democrats have to try to turn it around.  The funny thing is, this time, they can’t because the truth came out and went viral before they could put the president down further with insults and lies.

Earlier in the NATO summit, Macron even took a shot in public against NATO, saying NATO was experiencing “a brain death.”  President Trump told reporters,  “The remark was very, very nasty and insulting.”

He also criticized the French president on how he handles the country’s economy.  But that does not stop President Trump from handling business with his counterparts.  He faces those he criticizes with no worry and cares only for the benefit of America.

Trump sat next to Macron and cracked a joke with the French leader asking him if he would “like some nice ISIS fighters?  I could give them to you.  You could take everyone you want.”  Macron responded, “Let’s be serious.  The fight against ISIS is not yet done.  I’m sorry to say that.”

Jokes and criticism can be made among the world’s finest leaders.  In a world like what we live in today, nobody can stay serious all the time because the stress can kill a person.

The point is, all of the leaders can criticize others all day long, but at the end of the day, it’s who handles business accordingly.  President Trump and America will always come out on top because we are number one!  We have proven it!