EU Ex-Prez Shares Pic of Himself Doing Gun Gesture Behind Trump’s Back

EU Ex-Prez Shares Pic of Himself Doing Gun Gesture Behind Trump’s Back

Former President of the European Council Donald Tusk has shared a picture of himself making a weapon gesture behind U.S. President Donald Trump’s back, and slammed Brexit in his very first post-presidency interview.

The 62- year-old, who abandoned his post as Prime Minister of Poland in 2014 simply weeks before his celebration was turfed out of office in nationwide elections in order to take up his far better paid previous function at the European Union, tweeted that “In spite of seasonal turbulence our transatlantic friendship should last”, obviously in referral to the NATO top in London.

However, he combined this relatively harmless platitude with a picture of himself backing up President Trump at a previous top, making a similarity of a weapon with his hand and pointing it at the American’s back.

The previous eurocrat had a habit of sharing catty and undiplomatic material on social networks even prior to the current end of his term, buffooning former British prime minister Theresa Might with a picture of himself holding out a cakestand to her with the caption ” Sorry, no cherries” in reference to the Brexit negotiations.

Regardless of seasonal turbulences our transatlantic friendship must last #Trump #NATO pic.twitter.com/s8av9gr6eZ

— Donald Tusk (@donaldtuskEPP) December 5, 2019

The tweet comes as Tusk turn over the presidency of the European Council to former Belgian prime minister Charles Michel and takes up a new function as president of the European Individuals’s Celebration (EPP), an apparently “centre-right” alliance of European political celebrations in which Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union (CDU) is the dominant force, and which is itself the dominant force in the European Parliament.

Giving his first interview as leader of the globalist-leaning euro-bloc, Tusk loaded praise on Mrs Merkel as a leader “prepared to compromise some internal or nationwide interest to secure Europe as a whole”– i.e. put the needs of the EU ahead of the requirements of Germany and its individuals.

He was also greatly critical of Brexit, which he described as ” one of the most spectacular errors”, and honestly admitted that he asked previous British prime minister David Cameron if he could simply disregard the British people’s vote to Leave the European Union, which he himself made efforts to drag out the Brexit procedure in the hope that an opportunity to overturn it may occur.

” I asked [Cameron]: ‘Is it a decision, is it a responsibility to follow this result?'” he told the left-wing Guardian

” My intention was to a minimum of extend the whole dispute in Europe and also in the UK. With this, perhaps [it was] a little bit ignorant [to] hope that it might be reversible,” he included.

European Council President an ‘Icon of Evil and Stupidity’, Says Polish Foreign Minister https://t.co/M04 ZgXI0KN pic.twitter.com/ g16 D2X2cF8

— Breitbart London (@BreitbartLondon) January 4, 2017

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