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This video of world leaders seemingly bitching about Trump is the most hilarious thing ever

This one time, United States President Donald Trump slapped unwarranted tariffs on China. It was not awesome.

This video of world leaders seemingly bitching about Trump is the most hilarious thing ever

It appears that the band Bowling For Soup was, in fact, correct in 2006 when they released their hit single High School Never Ends. It turns out that no matter where you go or what you do, "Nothing changes but the faces, the names, and the trends... High school never ends." In a video recently posted to social media platform Twitter by CBC News Network, three major world leaders can be seen and heard allegedly gossiping about United States President Donald Trump. The group included Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, United Kingdom Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Prime Minister Mark Rutte of the Netherlands, British Princess Anne, and French President Emmanuel Macron. Much to his dismay, Trump isn't the high school hottie - he's the weird creep no one wants to hang out with.


One watch of the now-trending video is all you need to realize what these world leaders really think of Trump, even if they won't openly admit it to him or the press. PM Trudeau can be heard stating to the snickering clique, "He was late because he takes a 40-minute press conference at the top... You just watch his team’s jaws drop to the floor." Now, admittedly, Trudeau never mentions Trump by name, but it's pretty obvious to everyone who he was bitching about. President Macron joined in as well, talking animatedly, though his statements cannot be heard. Boris Johnson joined in on all the fun too. All said and done, you know that things really have gone to the dogs when Johnson of all people, Europe's current laughing stock, is talking crap behind your back. 


None of the leaders seemed to realize that their conversation was being recorded. President Trump has since responded to the gaffe, after posting on Twitter after the video had gone viral, "Enjoyed my meeting with Prime Minister Boris Johnson of the United Kingdom at 10 Downing Street last night. Talked about numerous subjects including NATO and trade." At the time, everyone had so many questions. Was Trump simply yet to see the scandalous video? Or had he seen it but finally decided to take the high road for once in his life? Did PM Johnson pay him hush money? Which begged the question, was Trump to Johnson as Stormy Daniels was to Trump? So many questions, and sadly, so little time.


Whatever it may be, the video does not bode well for anyone in the group, but particularly PM Johnson as he and his party align most closely with Trump's ideals. Andrew MacDougall, a former spokesman for Trudeau’s conservative predecessor, prime minister Stephen Harper, predicted that the video wasn't all too great for the Canadian PM, either. He wrote, "By this point in his tenure the Prime Minister should realize that events with pool cameras need to be approached and managed as on the record events. Hopefully, this gaffe doesn’t wind the President up at a sensitive time." And he was right. This video was a ticking timebomb until Trump finally responded to it. He claimed, "He’s two-faced. I called him out... And I’m sure he wasn’t that happy about that. But that’s the way it is." And it looks like we have a new Trump-endorsed nickname, folks. But how will Trudeau respond? Stay tuned until all the political drama is unraveled in the next episode.


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