In the Biden ad, clips of Trudeau huddled with political leaders at Buckingham Palace is combined with footage from a speech Trump gave September 25 to the United Nations General Assembly in NY, where laughter broke out when Trump claimed his administration has "accomplished more than nearly any administration" in US history.
Laughing, the PM adds that he'd just watched his entire team's jaws drop at the conference when he said something.
Since taking office Trump has repeatedly denigrated the European Union, once describing the bloc as a "foe" when asked which nations or leaders he considered to be adversaries of the US.
McDaniel said Trump will remain focused on doing what's best for the United States - no matter what other world leaders think of him.
In an unguarded conversation, Trudeau told leaders, including Macron and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, that "he takes a 40-minute press conference off the top", an apparent reference to Trump's long and unscheduled question-and-answer session with journalists earlier that day. At least back in the US, comedians and just about anyone else are more than happy to make fun of the president to his face.
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.
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Hours after the video emerged, Trump announced in Wednesday morning tweets that he canceled his last scheduled press conference at North Atlantic Treaty Organisation in the afternoon and headed home early.
After watching the viral clip, Trump tweeted that he would leave the summit without holding a scheduled press conference, bringing an acrimonious end to the military alliance's 70th anniversary gathering.
"A president the world is laughing at", reads all-caps text superimposed on footage from Trump's address.
Reporters today asked Trudeau if he apologized over the video.
Macron raged that the video - stated to be captured by freelance cameraman Andy Laurence and handed to broadcasters earlier than being first aired by the Canadian Broadcasting Company - was "stolen" as cameras shouldn't have been rolling in that room.
Meanwhile, Mr Macron refused to comment on "a stolen video" while Mr Johnson pleaded ignorance and said: 'I really don't know what is being referred to there'.
Says reference to "jaws dropping" among members of president's team was about unscheduled announcement that USA hosting next G7 at Camp David.