Within the past two weeks, president Trump has been experiencing the most notable times of his presidency. Throughout the course of it, he has managed to project several dreadful moments, but it was his actions during his recent trip to Europe that has sent America sitting under a shade of embarrassment, CNN reports.
Unwelcome into London by large crowds rallying against his arrival with signs that read strong statements such as “drag queens against Trump,” “families against Trump”, “trumpeters against Trump,” 45’s visit already started on a bad note. The rallies were largely accompanied by a giant helium pumped “Trump baby” balloon, sending the message to the disfavored president, quickly. In an interview with the Sun, Trump personally dismissed British Prime Minister Theresa May’s decision to leave the European Union because he believes it will eliminate the chance to acquire great trade deals with the U.S. He also expressed his sentiments about the going protests, “I guess when they put out blimps to make me feel unwelcome, no reason for me to go to London,” he told the Sun. “I used to love London as a city. I haven’t been there in a long time. But when they make you feel unwelcome, why would I stay there?”
While in Brussels, Trump down talked Germany and several other countries for their lack of spending on defense and threw the position of NATO in question. Most recently in Helsinki, Trump sat down with Russian president Vladimir Putin and made the decision to side with him over U.S. intelligence agencies and also strategically ran away from clarifying Russia’s part in the 2016 elections along with the concerns of NATO and European leaders.
America is under the shadows of disgrace due to Trump’s disorderly act of failing to hold Russia responsible for poking into the democratic routine of free countries. Trump failed to touch base on the Kremlin’s play with European infrastructure, no highlighted accountability for the killings of European citizens, or ferocious policy in Syria. Easily, failure to address such concerns can be viewed as a free, handed pass to the Russian president. Furthermore, Trump’s ignorant stance is throwing a hinge at the future of U.S. and Europe relations.