字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 All right, let's have some fun. We've talked before about how Donald Trump's English language skills aren't the best. Donald Trump is a native English speaker. Donald Trump doesn't speak any other language that I'm aware of, but he doesn't read period. His reading comprehension as a result is visibly compromised when he has to read anything other than the sort of lightest material. We all know that that's not new. Yesterday Donald Trump met with French president Emmanuel Macron on the sidelines, or I guess we would say in advance of the NATO summit that's taking place in the United Kingdom. And I realized when I was watching the video, McCrone can better express himself in English, which is Trump's native and only language and not the native language for a manual McCrone then Donald Trump himself can express himself. So I'm not literally saying McCrone speaks better English than Trump. I am saying McCrumb seems to be better able to do sort of hypothetical multi-dimensional thinking out loud than Donald Trump. McCrone is better able to express ideas in more nuanced ways than Donald Trump, even in his non native language of English. Uh, in this video you are going to see Donald Trump first talk about capturing ISIS fighters in Syria. Sort of stumbling around. It's unclear what point Trump is trying, trying to make. At one point he asks McCrone, Hey, do you want some nice ISIS fighters? It's all very weird. It's not making any sense. And then you'll see the French president take control of the situation. Taking, uh, talking more seriously about the reality that despite what Donald Trump might say, ISIS has not been defeated. And you will see that even in the English as a second language spoken by Emanuel McCrone, he elucidates more thoughtfulness and nuance than Donald Trump could ever hope to when talking about this issue. Let's take a look. If you're watching, you will notice Trump doing this thing where when Trump feels emasculated or upset at what someone next to him is saying or doing, he will sort of look down and have a particular look on his face. You're going to see Trump do it. Uh, and then after Donald Trump, uh, when Donald Trump gets a chance to talk again, he has nothing left to do but to just attack McCrone by calling it a non-answer merely because Donald Trump doesn't like it. Let's take a look a lot to, uh, find and see in this clip we have a, a tremendous amount of captured fighters, ISIS fighters over in Syria and uh, they're all under lock and key, but many of them, France, many are from Germany and many are from UK. They're mostly from Europe and some of the countries are agreeing. I have not spoken to the president about that. Uh, would you like some nice ISIS fighters? I can give them to. You can take everyone you want. Let's be serious at the very last. Number five is governs the grown. I have to fight for this. I mean from Thea from me, right in the region. Four and five. It's coming from Europe. But this is a tiny minor repeal. The old level of them we have and the rigid and I think number one priority because it's not finished, it's to get rid of it. And this always groups. This is our number one priority and it's not, you're dumb. I'm sorry to say that. Yes, you still have fighters in this region, in [inaudible] and now in Iraq and more and more and to hold the civilization of the region makes the situation more difficult to fix the situation against. Secondly, some of this foreign fighters are being injured in Iraq because of the Dean's personality. Yet as they act in the very rigid and we would have a case by case we haven't met Italian approach or children already organized and we will have a case by case approach. But for me, the very first objective in the region is to finish war against ISIS and, and, and don't, don't make any mistake. You'll number one problem on those are foreign fighters. This is the ISIS fighter. Be directly and you'll have more and more than fighters due to the situation today. This is why he's a great politician, cause that was one of the greatest non-answers I've ever heard. And that's okay. You can tell that when Donald Trump isn't pleased and he feels emasculated, he does that thing where he looks down at the ground while the other person is talking. And then of course Trump just has to attack McCrone rather than addressing the substance, which he either didn't understand or probably wasn't listening to because McCrone did talk for 90 straight seconds there. Once again, we started the show today with Donald Trump being the embarrassment that he is and being made fun of by world leaders. Video of Emmanuel McCrone and Boris Johnson and Justin Trudeau just laughing at Trump because Trump is literally the laughingstock of the world right now and it's embarrassing and it's sad. And here it is. Once again, Donald Trump, embarrassing the United States on the world stage getting called out on his lies in real time by the French president Emmanuel Macron. But it's not going to hurt Trump very much because Trump is, we'll see this. They'll also zone out during those 90 seconds that Macron is speaking. They will just see Trump say, look at that non-answer comment and think, wow, what is zinger? Trump really got him. Trump is strong and Trump won. Can you imagine? Would you like some nice ISIS fighters? Trump asks McCrone when you see Trump sitting next to real diplomats like Emmanuel McCrone, it doesn't mean you agree with everything McCrone stands for or his policy or whatever, but when you see Trump next to a real diplomat, it shows you how in over his head. Donald Trump is a, particularly at these international events sometimes to Americans. When Trump is with a world leader who doesn't speak English and you have to go through live translation, the difference in intelligence in knowledge intact in cleverness, it's not noticeable because of that language barrier, because of the fact that we're going through live translation to hear what the other world leader is saying. When the other world leaders speaks English, even accented English, learned as a second language, as is the case with the French president. The credibility gap, the critical thinking gap, the knowledge gap, it becomes unavoidably clear. And that's what happened there in that video. Trump totally out of his element, Trump totally out of his league. And the next question is what will come of the NATO summit in the UK? And I got a lot of emails about this. By the time you listen to today's show or watch clips from today's show, we may know what the dynamic was at the main meetings of the NATO summit. Of course, it's five, six hours, uh, ahead of the East coast. They're in the UK. And as I mentioned earlier, a lot of caution being taken to prevent Donald Trump from just ruining the meetings. Donald Trump has been very critical, even coming from a place of ignorance, but very critical of the relationship of different countries to NATO, of NATO in and of itself. As I mentioned earlier, Emmanuel McCrone playing a little bit of toddler reverse psychology with Donald Trump and getting Donald Trump to defend NATO merely by making sort of narrow and specific critique of NATO. There is fear. There is fear among Trump staffers and among other world leaders and their staffers of what is Donald Trump's presence at this summit going to do. We will cover it tomorrow. We will see ultimately what comes of it. Uh, let me know what you predict will happen. Maybe you'll already know, uh, by the time today's episode is published, we'll talk about it more tomorrow.