Former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd leaves Waleed Aly and The Project co-hosts in stitches with a VERY honest assessment by Donald Trump
- Former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd mocked Donald Trump about negotiations with China
- Mr. Rudd said he doubted Trump's ability to close & # 39; the deal & # 39; about proposed ideas
- Waleed Aly noted that Trump was writing a bookstore that Mr. Rudd said it was & # 39; bulls *** & # 39; used to be
Former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd mocked US President Donald Trump in a candid interview about The Project.
In a segment that discussed political concerns about relations between China and the US, the Labor leader was asked about his opinion about Trump's rhetoric and the trade war.
Host Magda Szubanski asked Mr. Rudd if recent provocative tweets from President Trump focused on China would have an adverse effect on Australia.
In a segment where political concerns about Chinese, American and Australian relations are discussed, Kevin Rudd was asked for his opinion on the (left) recent tweets from Trump focused on China – photo on the right is Chinese President Xi Jinping
"There is a real risk that we will get damage from roadkill or collateral as a result," said Mr. Rudd.
& # 39; It is not only the trade war that has major consequences for the global economy. & # 39;
The former prime minister then continued to discuss the personal impact of the president on international tensions.
& # 39; Trump has some very legitimate complaints against Chinese trade practices, but I doubt he is able to close the deal, close the deal, & # 39; he said with a smile.
Kevin Rudd mocked Donald Trump about negotiations with China and said he questioned his ability to close the deal & # 39;
Host Waleed Aly responded quickly in a satirical tone.
& # 39; But he wrote a book about the art of the deal, how can you doubt him? & # 39;
& # 39; And they are bulls ***, & # 39; Mr. Rudd replied.
The comment caused a lot of laughter from the public and the project panel.
Waleed Aly noted that Trump was writing a book about closing deals that Mr. Rudd said it & # 39; bulls *** & # 39; used to be
He realized that he swore on national television that the former prime minister was covering his mouth.
& # 39; Sorry, it's not … another (word) & # 39 ;, he said.
& # 39; It's OK that we know you swear, & # 39; said Carrie Bickmore, adding Peter Helliar: & # 39; We have seen all tires. & # 39;
The comment related to a pre-recorded leaked video in 2012 in which Mr. Rudd became frustrated while recording a message in Chinese.
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