Donald Trump’s Week Summed Up in One Image

President Donald Trump upsetting liberals simply by being himself is absolutely nothing new, but the commander-in-chief took this hobby of his to the next level when he met with North Korea’s Chairman Kim Jong-Un.

Trump’s highly anticipated meeting with the rogue nation’s despotic dictator came on the heels of the G7 summit in Canada, where the president doubled down on his use of tariffs to protect American industries from unfair trade barriers. Chiefly upset with Trump’s moves was none other than Canadian Prime Minister Justin “Peoplekind” Trudeau, who took shots at the president shortly after he left the country for Singapore.

In his statement, Trudeau said Canadians refuse to be “pushed around” by Trump’s trade policies. Naturally, all this was said as his own country continues to levy high imports on goods produced by American farmers. It’s also objectively hilarious watching the same person who culturally appropriates everyone he meets during his foreign visits to show how “woke” he is trying to act tough. It’s almost cute, actually…

So there we have it — over the course of a few days, Trump has convinced one of the most hostile regimes in history to work towards peace, and one of the most absurdly polite world leaders to beat his chest for the world to see. Somehow, The Art of the Deal doesn’t even begin to describe it.

~ Facts Not Memes

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