Jacinda called Trump a “professional arsehole”, now she expects special treatment

Guest Post

Jacinda Ardern’s letter to Donald Trump asking to exclude New Zealand from America’s steel and aluminium tariffs now looks to have been ignored, and it is hardly surprising considering her treatment of the most powerful man in the world.

She has repeatedly mocked the appearance of the president, describing him as “more orange than she thought he would be.” Attacking how someone looks would usually be slammed by the left, except when it one of their own dishing it out. Just imagine if John Key described the former President Barrack Obama as looking “darker than he thought”? Liberals would demand he be put behind bars for hate speech! But, the point is, that would not happen under a respectable leader.  

And it doesn’t stop there. Ardern is on the record calling the President of the United States a “Professional arsehole” during an interview with Newsroom:

“To a question about why voters should go for professional politicians like her who’d lived off the public purse – and what she made of the anti-politicians like Trump – Ardern was refreshingly undiplomatic: “What – so you elect a professional arsehole, instead?”

And she thinks that President Trump is going to go easy on us, after speaking like that. Words have consequences, and she is putting us at risk with an important trade relationship. New Zealand exports of steel have been valued at $39 million a year, with $23m exports of aluminium to the United States. We export over $8 billion of goods to America annually. Does Ardern not realise how important the United States is to our economy?

Earlier this year, when President Trump dared to speak the truth on accepting immigrants from “shithole countries”, she once again couldn’t help but point her finger and virtue signal.

”But the issue is he seems to have said it multiple times so clearly he believes what he has said, so I am not sure whether or not you will see an apology come out of him,” she said. There’s no doubt those are offensive remarks.”

And we know the President has a sense of humour, which he likes to use on occasion. When he made a light-hearted joke about the controversy on her being appointed PM without winning the majority, Jacinda was having none of it.

“Trump, in jest, patted the person next to him on the shoulder, pointed at me and said, ‘This lady caused a lot of upset in her country,’ talking about the election.”

“I said, ‘Well, you know, only maybe 40 per cent,’ then he said it again.

“I said, ‘You know,’ laughing, ‘no-one marched when I was elected.'”

Only a few days ago she agreed with the Women’s Minister that old white men in power must move on. If she carries on treating President Trump with such disrespect, it will be herself looking for a new job, and an old white man by the name of Donald Trump will continue Making America Great Again!

 

-Name withheld by request


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