The 70th anniversary summit, held his week in Watford, England, began and ended in acrimony startling even for the era of Trump.
Former President of the European Council Donald Tusk has shared a picture of himself making a gun gesture behind U.S. President Donald Trump's back, and slammed Brexit in his first post-presidency interview.
"World leaders caught on camera laughing about President Trump", a narrator says. The deal was struck past year but it bogged down in Congress.
This time around, Trump started the week by hammering the same theme, saying Tuesday that Canada was behind monetarily.
Trump called "two-faced" in response to the hot mic moment, and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, with whom Mr. "Really, really disturbed me", he said.
"And the reality is that - not least because it has been so clearly conveyed from President Trump that we need fair burden sharing - Allies are stepping up".
A video of Justin Trudeau gossiping with other world leaders about Donald Trump is featuring in an advertisement for the USA president's leading political rival.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson can be seen asking French President Emmanuel Macron 'if that's why he's late, ' most likely talking about the very long and tense press conference Macron had just sat through with the American leader.
This comes hours after the video of other leaders appearing to make fun of him, went viral. But he also said Trudeau is "a nice guy".
After cancelling a scheduled news conference and heading back to Washington, the United States president attacked media reports and said he had got North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies to agree to contribute up to £304billion ($400billion) a year more.
"Several world leaders mocking President Trump", another speaker says.
The video then features audio of Biden, from a July foreign policy speech, in which he said: "the world sees Trump for what he is, insincere, ill-informed, and impulsive, and sometimes corrupt, dangerously incompetent, and, in my view, incapable of world leadership and leadership at home".
"This is an issue that countries around the world are struggling with and we are going to continue to work in a responsible way to ensure the security of Canadians and our telecommunications systems". That's exactly what they are.
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh said the incident points to an argument he has made about Trudeau: that the prime minister acts one way in public and does something different when he thinks nobody is watching.
During a speaking event in Iowa the same day, Biden said he believes people worldwide are concerned about Trump in office. And some are really not close, and we may do things having to do with trade.