The President of the United States Donald trump in telephone conversations with world leaders often were not prepared to discuss serious issues and also insulted them, especially women.
This is stated in the article on the CNN website.
“Sources reported that there was little evidence that over time, the President has become more competent in their telephone conversations with most of the heads of States. Rather, he continued to believe that he could either charm or intimidate almost any foreign leader, and often pursued objective, more adapted to his own agenda than what many of his senior advisors believed the national interests,” the article says.
The greatest number of telephone conversations trump with a separate head of state was with President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who is sometimes called to the White house at least twice a week, and, according to sources directly associated with the President for the permanent disposal of trump.
In his talks with Erdogan trump especially rejoiced in the defeat of former presidents George Bush and Barack Obama and assumed to have a direct attitude – Trump – will be much more fruitful than it was during previous administrations.
Trump constantly boasted heads of state, including the Royal heir to Saudi Arabia Mohammed bin Salman and the North Korean dictator, Kim Jong Ynu, wealth, genius, “big” accomplishments as President and spoke of the “idiocy” of their predecessors.
Meanwhile, the President regularly humiliated the leaders of the main allies of America, especially of two women: Prime Minister of great Britain Teresa may he said that it is weak and lacks courage, and German Chancellor Angela Merkel said she was “stupid.”
“Some of the things he said Angela Merkel, just incredible: he called her “stupid” and accused her that she is in the pocket of the Russians… He is the most violent (in telephone conversations) with those whom he considers weak and weaker only with those with whom he should be tough,” said one of the sources.
A German official confirmed that the calls were “so unusual” that Berlin was taken special measures to ensure that their content remained secret. The official described the behavior of the trump Merkel calls as “very aggressive” and said that a group of German officials, who are monitoring calls Merkel trump, declined: “It’s only a small circle of people who are involved, and the main reason is that conversation is really problematic.”
According to sources, trump was also regularly mocked and insulted other leaders of the allied countries during telephone conversations, including the President of France Emmanuel Macron, Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau and the Prime Minister of Australia Scott Morrison.
The author of the article is the journalist Carl Bernstein in 1972 and played a key role in the coverage of the “Watergate scandal” which led to the resignation of President Richard Nixon. The author claims that the article was written the results of many months of conversations with White house officials and intelligence agencies who were present during interviews or know their transcripts.
He notes that the detailed picture shown sources of telephone conversations trump with foreign leaders, comply with the basic spirit and some significant elements of the calls, described the former national security adviser John Bolton in his book “the Room where it happened.”