Respected on both sides
- Jun 20, 2008
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- Political Leaning
(CNN)Donald Trump said Monday London's new mayor made "very rude statements" about him -- and the presumptive Republican presidential nominee warned he won't have a good relationship with British Prime Minister David Cameron if he's elected.
Trump made the comments in an interview with ITV's "Good Morning Britain" host Piers Morgan, when asked to respond to criticisms made about him by British politicians.
Donald Trump on London mayor's comments: 'Very rude' - CNNPolitics.com
So a mayor in another country hurt his feelings, and he already knows (and publicly announces) that he's going to have bad relations with the head of our #1 closest ally. This must be that "Great Statesman" quality that has been so elusive in our country's leadership for so long.
I already know Trump supporters are going to flood this thread with statements about Trump's brilliant negotiating skills that we're all just too stupid to get, I just wanted to share. But my favorite part is actually this:
He continued: "Number one, I'm not stupid, okay? I can tell you that right now. Just the opposite.
Oh, well thanks for setting the record straight, Donald. Some of us were starting to worry.