Macron, Trudeau, Boris Johnson, and Princess Anne were all caught 'gossiping' about Donald Trump

Macron, Trudeau, Boris Johnson, and Princess Anne were all caught 'gossiping' about Donald Trump

Donald Trump has called the Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, "two faced" in response to a video - which has since gone viral - that appears to show him and other world leaders mocking the POTUS.

Boris Johnson, Emmanuel Macron and Trudeau were caught on camera reportedly making fun of Trump at the Buckingham Palace reception on Tuesday night. The Nato leaders were seen speaking to Princess Anne about the American President's contentious style, although he was not mentioned by name.

Trump was scheduled to arrive with Nato General Secretary Jens Stoltenberg for a five-minute photocall on Monday morning, however, it devolved into an hour-long, convoluted, press conference, which Trump's counterparts apparently took umbrage with.

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Johnson can be heard asking Macron, "Is that why you were late?" in the 25-second clip, which was first shared online by the Canadian Broadcasting Corp.

Trudeau then replies, "He was late because he takes a 40-minute press conference off the top."

Later in the conversation, the Canadian Prime Minister added "You just watched his team's jaws drop to the floor."

Unsurprisingly, Trump did not take kindly to the comments. While answering questions at NATO today, Trump responded to the video by calling the Canadian leader "two-faced", but softened the blow by then saying he was a "nice guy".

"Well, he’s two-faced," Trump said. "Honestly with Trudeau, he’s a nice guy. I find him to be a very nice guy. But the truth is that I called him out on the fact that he’s not paying two percent and I guess he’s not very happy about it."

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“It’s Canada, they have money, and they should be paying two percent, so I called him out on that and I’m sure he wasn’t happy about that but that’s the way it is," he continued. "Look, I’m representing the U.S. and he should be paying more than he’s paying and he understands that. So I can imagine he’s not that happy, but that’s the way it is."

When asked about the video on Wednesday, British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, maintained that they were not speaking about Trump. "That’s complete nonsense. I don’t know where that’s come from," he stated.