A tale of two days, two tones, for Trump


World News

December 5, 2019 - 9:22 AM

President Donald Trump, front, stands in front of Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson during the annual NATO heads of government summit Wednesday in Watford, England. WPA POOL/GETTY IMAGES/STEFAN ROUSSEAU/TNS

President Donald Trump shifted from an aggressive and attacking offense on the first day of a NATO summit in London to a more defensive posture on its second and final day.

Trump resorted to name-calling Wednesday as he and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau renewed their on-again, off-again feud. The president called Trudeau “two-faced” after the Canadian prime minister was caught on a hot mic Tuesday evening mocking his American counterpart for delaying other leaders by holding lengthy question-and-answer sessions with reporters that altered the agenda.

That followed Trump’s nearly 40-minute public argument with French President Emmanuel Macron on Tuesday about a range of issues as the two contradicted and interrupted one another in a wild scene broadcast live around the world.

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