"Of course they do", said Trump campaign spokesman Tim Murtaugh.
"Slightly delinquent, I would say Canada, but they'll be okay".
The pointed ad marks the continued fallout after Trudeau, French President Emmanuel Macron, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and other dignitaries were caught on camera Tuesday engaging in a brief exchange apparently about Trump that quickly spiraled into an worldwide incident.
"We all know that the Globalist EU opposes Trump, but this goes too far", continued the tweet, which tagged Trump and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Eventhough, nobody mentioned his name, Trump himself believes that the leaders were talking about him. "Some are major delinquents, well below one per cent, and then if something happens we're supposed to defend them?" Trudeau also said, seemingly about his meeting with Trump: "You just watched his team's jaws drop to the floor".
The video, which is a part of a scathing on-line advert the Biden presidential marketing campaign launched on Wednesday, depicts the viewers on the UNGA laughing after Trump says, "My administration has completed greater than almost any administration within the historical past of our nation". One thing is beyond dispute, though: With this ad, Biden is behaving like a candidate who thinks he has the primary in the bag, and is already looking ahead to a tough general election battle.
Later that day Trump was caught in his own hot-mic moment, saying, "That was amusing when I said the guy is two-faced", referring to his comments on Trudeau, according to multiple White Housepool reporters. And some are not so close, and we can take measures related to trade.
"And if we give Donald Trump four more years, we will have great difficulty of ever being able to recover America's standing in the world, and our capacity to bring nations together". "It's not fair that they get USA protection and they're not putting up their money, and they're - really, I call them - I used that term, "delinquent".
Speaking on CTV's Power Play on Thursday, Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland sidestepped a question about whether the exposed conversation had hurt relations between Canada and the U.S.
"We did have some hard conversations along the way, but have developed a really effective working relationship", she said.