Trump is intimidated by 'good looking' Trudeau because he's an 'orange fat blob' with low self-esteem: Anthony Scaramucci
"President Trump is very intimidated by Justin Trudeau because he's a good looking, smart kid and President Trump is like this orange fat blob," claimed former White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci in an interview over the weekend
President Donald Trump is intimidated by his Canadian counterpart, Justin Trudeau, and hence, he remains affable toward him, claimed former White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci. "President Trump is very intimidated by Justin Trudeau because he's a good looking, smart kid and President Trump is like this orange fat blob," said Scaramucci in an interview with ABC Australia over the weekend.
Trudeau has also been "very, very smart at keeping his distance from President Trump," the ex-Trump aide said, adding, "Remember, he's such a malignant narcissist that he needs the spotlight at all times." Scaramucci also advised the Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison to "follow the Justin Trudeau model" if he wanted to maintain a good relationship with the United States' government. Only a few weeks before Scaramucci's comments, pictures from the G7 Summit in Biarritz, France, showed Trudeau greeting First Lady Melania Trump by planting an affectionate kiss on the cheek.
Scaramucci also took the opportunity to criticize Trump's comments on Hurricane Dorian from last week, especially his claim that it was likely to make landfall in Alabama - a piece of information refuted by all major weather agencies. "Again, it's his inability to ever be wrong about anything or ever to apologize for anything, It basically has to do with very low self-esteem," said Scaramucci. "I mean the poor guy has the self-esteem of a small pigeon."
He also said Trump "botched the trade war" with his "nonsense plan" and he would have been better off sticking to the economic model Scaramucci devised for the administration shortly after the 2016 election. "We told him [to] graduate the tariffs. If you want to use the tariffs, graduate them. Go two percent a quarter and then you'll give every business leader in the country, large and small, opportunity to adjust their supply chain," said Scaramucci. "And so for me and business leaders, that's been very disruptive."
Trump had yet to reply to this latest attack from his political ally-turned-critic. The millionaire has now taken it upon himself to trying and defeat Trump in the upcoming election. "There's no question. I'm raising PAC money," he said over the weekend. "He's a very, very bad person, and he needs to be removed."