Earlier this week, President Donald Trump called Justin Trudeau “two-faced” after the Canadian prime minister was caught on camera gossiping about the president behind his back at the NATO summit.
However, Trump appears to be getting the last laugh as both jobs reports were published for the United States and Canada.
According to the Financial Post, Canada lost 71,200 jobs under Trudeau’s watch, which is the highest number in a decade for the country.
Trump, on the other hand, saw some of the greatest employment increases in years, with 266,000 jobs being added in November. In a Twitter post, Trump 2020 campaign manager Brad Parscale declared the president victorious over Trudeau in their short feud.
— Brad Parscale (@parscale) December 6, 2019
On Wednesday, Trudeau was caught on a hot mic talking about Trump arriving late to a meeting with him with other world leaders, like French President Emmanuel Macron.
“He was late because he takes 40 minute press conference off the top,” Trudeau said. After Macron said something — which was unintelligible on camera — Trudeau then said, “You just watched his team’s jaws drop to the floor.”
After Trump was asked by members of the media about the Canadian PM’s comments, Trump simply called him “two-faced” and asked why Canada isn’t fulfilling their 2 percent financial obligation to NATO.
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