Trump insulted the UK in May, calling Germany’s Merkel ‘stupid’ on calls: report

Senior US officials believed President TrumpDonald John Trump Top intelligence officials issue statements criticizing the leak of information about Russian rewards. Information on Russian rewards was included in Trump’s daily briefing: Reports that Senators will have access to intelligence about Russian rewards on US troops MORE posed a national security hazard after phone calls to other heads of state, according to classified phone calls obtained by CNN.

The CNN report claims that several high-ranking administration officials, such as the former national security adviser John BoltonJohn Bolton Information on Russia’s rewards was included in Trump’s daily briefing: reports Juan Williams: Biden Navarro’s time of bravery: Bolton emerged as ‘White House warlord’ MORE, former Secretary of Defense James MattisJames Norman MattisMattis Urges People To Wear Masks In Public Service Announcement On ‘Nasty Little Virus’ Dozens of former Republican national security officials to form a group to back Biden: McEnany report: Trump likes to hire people with ‘compensatory views’ MORE and former Secretary of State Rex TillersonRex Wayne TillersonMcEnany: Trump Likes Hiring People With ‘Compensatory Views’ Bolton’s Book Shows Rules Of Evil At Trump’s White House The Memorandum: Bolton’s Exposition Makes Trump A MOCK MOREHe concluded that the President was “delusional” after the phone calls.

Trump reportedly told the former British Prime Minister Theresa MayTheresa Mary May Bolton says Boris Johnson is “ playing Trump like a fiddle ”, Bolton’s book portrays damningly incredibly uninformed “ Trump No ”: Seeing Britain move bravely MORE that she was “silly” and thornless in her approach to Brexit, NATO and immigration policy. He also told German Chancellor Angela Merkel that she was “stupid” and accused her of being in the pocket of the Russians.

Sources told CNN that he “degraded and denigrated” the two leaders in Verbal attacks “almost sadistic”.

Merkel reportedly took the attacks gracefully, letting Trump’s jokes go “like water on a duck’s back.” May, on the other hand, was “nervous and nervous” when the President became aggressive towards her.

“He clearly intimidated her and intended to do so,” a source told CNN.

A German official told CNN that Merkel decided to narrow her circle of advisers who monitor calls with Trump because “they are really problematic.”

The CNN report also states that Trump “intimidated and belittled “other leaders, such as the French president Emmanuel MacronEmmanuel Jean-Michel Macron Hill Morning Report – COVID-19 alarms increase; Trump under fire on Russia Feehery: the more radicals try to remove the story, the more the president seeks to repeat it German Chancellor Merkel warns the EU of the deepest recession since World War II MORE and the Canadian Prime Minister Justin TrudeauJustin Pierre James Trudeau The Hill’s Morning Report – Presented by Facebook – Dems, Republicans investigate police reform before Mexico’s House vote: Trump meeting in Washington ‘very likely’ soon Germany bans single-use plastic straws , food packaging MORE. Meanwhile, Trump was quite friendly to the Russian president. Vladimir PutinVladimir Vladimirovich PutinTrump faces bipartisan calls for answers on Russia’s rewards Russia is testing Trump’s reactions Trump claims intelligence on Russian rewards was not deemed credible MORE and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, although sources told CNN officials that they were concerned about the president’s lack of preparation to come to the meetings.

The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment.