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 1 week ago

World leaders who once courted Donald Trump with words of praise -- like the U.K.'s Boris Johnson and Israel's Benjamin Netanyahu -- find themselves politically tarnished even after they condemned the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol.

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@smteacsmo @AP_Europe @AP @EmmanuelMacron No, Macron saw through Trump & came to his senses

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 1 week ago

@CualquieraBear @AP_Europe @AP Mr. Hanky's Touch

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 1 week ago

@AP_Europe The Associated Press is Dead...

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 1 week ago

@AP_Europe @AP And what about @EmmanuelMacron ?

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@AP_Europe @AP What’s the opposite of The Midas Touch?

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 1 week ago

@AP_Europe @AP don't forget Australian prime minister. Scott Morrison 🤡

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 1 week ago

@AP_Europe @AP Gee, who saw that coming!?!?!

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 1 week ago

@AP_Europe @AP The orange stain is permanent.

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 1 week ago

@AP_Europe @AP The dirty open secret of Europe during the Trump era was that everyone thought he was a menace,” said Brian Klaas, associate professor of global politics at University College London. “It’s just that Boris thought he was a menace who could potentially serve his own interests.”

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@AP_Europe Biden can see straight through their bullshite.

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