Oh lord, that face.

U.S. President Donald Trump, right, speaks to British Prime Minister Theresa May during in a working dinner meeting at the NATO headquarters during a NATO summit of heads of state and government in Brussels on Thursday, May 25, 2017. CREDIT: AP Photo/Matt Dunham, Pool.

Oh, PM May’s face. Definitely in the a picture is worth a thousand words camp. Meanwhile, the Tiny Tyrant looks blissfully oblivious, he must be talking about himself. He certainly seems to be unable to process other people’s expressions, or he simply may not register them because they are, to him, unimportant. According to a report in the Belgian daily Le Soir, what the Tiny Tyrant discussed was … golf courses. Yep. His golf courses, natch, and how awful Ireland and Scotland were, not letting him do whatever the fuck he wanted. Quelle horreur!

Donald Trump is, above all, a businessman, Belgian daily Le Soir concluded after his visit to Brussels, a city Trump derided during the campaign as a “hellhole.”

He talked about governing with the language of business and was receptive only to concrete talking points, getting lost in theoretical discussions, the paper reported based on interviews with Belgian officials and sources involved in the meeting. He seemed to have “no idea” about economic issues facing Belgium and knew “even less” about the importance of Belgian trade to the United States.

And, when he did have an idea about issues facing the European Union — of which Brussels is the de facto capital — those ideas seemed formed entirely on his experience building golf courses, the paper said.

“He made many references to his personal business. He explained, for example, the function of Europe based on his difficulties doing business in Ireland,” the paper reported.

“Every time we talk about a country, he remembered the things he had done. Scotland? He said he had opened a club. Ireland? He said it took him two and a half years to get a license and that did not give him a very good image of the European Union.,” another source added. “One feels that he wants a system where everything can be realized very quickly and without formalities.”

Think Progress has the full story of yet more reports of just how unimpressive and disastrous the Tour of Trump™ happened to be, leaving many a priceless photo in its wake.


  1. says

    Theresa May looks like she just smelled a turd. Which, from my perspective, would be a preferable experience over meeting Trump.

  2. cartomancer says

    Theresa May’s face tends to look like that in a lot of photographs. The camera isn’t exactly friendly to her. Which is perhaps just as well given how much of a bastard she can be (her record on Asylum seekers as Home Secretary is shameful). She’s an old school Tory of the worst sort.

    Then again, next to Trump she’s a model of competence and compassion.

  3. busterggi says

    I wonder how many centuries it’ll take for the US to cleanse its’ reputation, assuming its’ not too late.

  4. Dunc says

    That’s just what she looks like. I don’t believe that she’s capable of any other expression.

  5. says

    “One feels that he wants a system where everything can be realized very quickly and without formalities.”

    Obviously. Trump is a baby and he wants his ice cream NOW!

    I said TWO SCOOPS, dammit!

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