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‘They’re all laughing at you’: Trump ridiculed for claiming US economy is ‘the talk of everyone’ at G7

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White House photo of President Donald Trump with world leaders at the G7.

President Donald Trump used his favorite social media platform to share his thoughts from Biarritz, France, where he’s attending the G7 economic summit.

“Our great economy is the talk of everyone!” Trump claimed, one day after U.S. markets plummeted as his trade war with China escalated.

With many worrying Trump is causing a recession, the president was brutally mocked for his tweet.

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