Trump Calls Justin Trudeau “Two-Confronted”, Cancels NATO Information Convention

Donald Trump Calls Justin Trudeau 'Two-Faced', Cancels NATO News Conference

Donald Trump talks with Justin Trudeau in the course of the plenary session of the NATO summit.

Watford, United Kingdom:


US President Donald Trump cancelled on Wednesday a deliberate closing information convention scheduled for after the NATO summit, following two days of sharp disputes with allies.

“When at this time’s conferences are over, I can be heading again to Washington,” Trump tweeted. 


“We cannot be doing a press convention on the shut of NATO as a result of we did so many over the previous two days. Protected travels to all!”

….When at this time’s conferences are over, I can be heading again to Washington. We cannot be doing a press convention on the shut of NATO as a result of we did so many over the previous two days. Protected travels to all!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December four, 2019

Throughout his two days on the close to London, Trump has repeatedly engaged in prolonged query and reply classes with reporters — taking over a lot time that his fellow leaders had been caught on video mocking him.

However because the occasion drew to a detailed, he expressed anger at Canada’s “two-faced” prime minister Justin Trudeau for the joking remarks and cancelled a beforehand organized press briefing. 

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