Donald Trump on Saturday capped off his gaffe-filled international tour by referring to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau as “Justin from Canada.”
In a speech to U.S. Military in Italy, Donald Trump referred to Canada's PM Trudeau as "Justin from Canada." #uspoli #cdnpoli— Lauren La Rose (@Lauren La Rose)1495897480.0
The president made the remark during a speech to military families at the U.S. Naval Air Base in Signoella, Italy having just departed the G7 summit with NATO allies including Canada, France and Germany.
— Sam Sweeney (@SweeneyABC) May 27, 2017
"Great people," Trump said of his fellow global leaders. “We made a lot of good friends this week, I'll tell you, a lot of good friends. They’re good people.”
As the Hill reports, this isn’t the first time Trump referenced “Justin from Canada.” Following a meeting with Trudeau and Mexican president Enrique Nieto, the president similarly called his peer by the “Justin from Canada” moniker.
News that Trump applied such a nickname to a fellow world leader set off the Internet. Read some of the best posts below:
Donald Trump refers to the Canadian PM as "Justin from Canada." Ivanka Trump refers to the Canadian PM as "Justin from my sex dreams".— Tommy Campbell (@Tommy Campbell)1495912964.0
"Our next caller is Justin from Canada. Justin you're on with Donald Trump, what's your question?" https://t.co/5Aeh3olBqY— David McGuffin (@David McGuffin)1495900596.0
Donny from the Russian block. ⚡️ “Who was Trump talking about when he said "Justin from Canada?"” https://t.co/1E1ejKC1So— Arlene Dickinson (@Arlene Dickinson)1495909975.0
@tarapalmeri @DowBruce "Justin From Canada" this fall on NBC— Michael Urie (@Michael Urie)1495903165.0