Published: Thu, December 05, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Biden Campaign's "World Is Laughing at Donald Trump" Video Wins Viral Moment

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Last month, French President Emmanuel Macron suggested the military alliance was suffering from "brain death" because of a lack of coordination and communication between members, specifically in light of Trump's surprise decision to pull US troops from northeastern Syria.

Viewers, however, did appear to largely agree on one thing: Trump would not be pleased.

The leaders of NATO's 29 countries are gathering in London this week to honor the 70th anniversary of the military alliance.

'As you all know, we have a very good and constructive relationship between me and the president, ' Mr Trudeau said.

Trudeau could be heard telling the group 'he takes a 40-minute press conference off the top, ' prompting more comments and laughter from the group, although Trump was not mentioned by name.

It then transitions to solemn pictures of Biden with some of those same world leaders, and sitting around tables at worldwide summits.

"Well he's two-faced", Trump told reporters today. "I find him to be a very nice guy but you know the truth is that I called him out on the fact that he's not paying 2 per cent and I guess he's not very happy about it".

Afterwards Macron stood by his incendiary language, declaring: "I am happy to have launched the debate, it seemed to me indispensable".

US President Donald Trump loves to dominate an worldwide summit with impromptu, rambling press briefings that leave his fellow world leaders struggling to stick to their agenda.

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Huawei appears to have found non-American suppliers for several critical components. "All of our 5G is now America-free. Similarly, Huawei stopped purchasing Wi-Fi and Bluetooth chips from Broadcom and now relies on its own chips.

The ad then calls attention to other occasions where Trump has been met with derision from foreign leaders, including video of the president addressing the U.N. General Assembly a year ago, where his remarks were met with "audible guffaws" from audience members, The Post's David Nakamura reported. He didn't do a press conference! "I think every different leader has teams who every now and then their jaws drop at unscheduled surprises, like that video itself for example".

This comes hours after the video of other leaders appearing to make fun of him, went viral.

Trump's reported dissatisfaction with the organization - established in 1949 - raised concerns among national-security officials who said they viewed the potential move as ammunition for Russian President Vladimir Putin.

He spoke out after Mr Trump yesterday lower brief his attendance on the organisation's summit close to Watford after accusing Canada's prime minister of being "two-faced".

As party leaders descend on Ottawa ahead of the Parliament's return tomorrow, the political reaction to Trudeau's gossip session began to pour in.

Speaking to the press earlier on Wednesday, Trump described Trudeau as "two-faced" for his part in the footage, adding that he thought the Canadian prime minister was unhappy with him because "the truth is that I called him out on the fact that he's not paying 2 percent [in Canada's North Atlantic Treaty Organisation contribution]".

Singh added that, while he doesn't mind Trudeau criticizing Trump, he does mind the content of that criticism.

Bloc Quebecois leader Yves-Francois Blanchet also weighed in on the issue.

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