Trump Insults Nana Addo, Others  

US President Donald Trump’s international body language, which perceivably includes superiority complex towards African leaders, was allegedly on display at a luncheon that he organized on the sidelines of the recent UN General Assembly meeting in New York.

At the said luncheon, which hosted leaders, including heads of state from 54 African nations, Mr. Trump is said to have openly implied the African continent as booty up for grabs to him and his friends.

At the same time, he also insinuated that African leaders have been obedient collaborators in personal enrichment escapades by friends of the US President in Africa.

“I have so many friends going to your countries trying to get rich, I congratulate you!” President Trump is quoted as saying.

He is said to have added that, “they (friends of Donald Trump) are spending a lot of money there (in Africa).”

Upon that declaration, it is said that the words had hang awkwardly in the air as the demeaning implication of Donald Trump’s assertion had left the African leaders, including Ghana’s President Akufo-Addo, uncomfortable.

In spite of the obvious disrespect however, none of the African leaders had courage to protest before the ‘Almighty’ Donald Trump, whose perceived overt endorsement of white supremacists in the US has inspired open racism by the likes of the Ku Klux Klan.

However, President Trump, who has been described by a childhood friend, Rick Larson, as Donnie Blabbermouth, over allegation that he leaked US state classified information to the Russians in the buildup to the 2016 elections, had paused for applause after the comment.

As the applause never came, Mr. Trump realized that his joke had been in bad taste, even though it was on cowards like President Akufo-Addo, and so shifted the tone to something more respectable.

“Africa has tremendous business potential,” ‘Donnie Blabbermouth’ Trump is reported to have said.

President Trump, who has since been condemned by The for the neocolonial disrespect towards Africa and her leaders has since also been castigated for mispronouncing Namibia twice at the same luncheon.

According to reports, he called Namibia, Nambia twice without apology.



The Republic News Online

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