President Donald Trump attacked the European Union for being "worse" than the Peoples' Republic of China during a 2020 re-election rally in Manchester, New Hampshire on Thursday.
Trump lashed out at America's European allies while attempting to argue that his trade war with China was a success.
"By the way, The European Union is worse than China, just smaller," Trump argued.
"It treats us horribly -- barriers, tariffs, taxes, -- and we let them come in. It is worse than China," he repeated.
Trump then decided to note that he was of European descent.
"Many of us come from there. I do. That is what it has got going. That is about it," he said.
"They treat us really badly and many others, many, many others," Trump argued.