LEAKED VIDEO Shows CCP Dictator Xi Make Trudeau His Bitch!


As if there was any question what type of ‘man’ the Canadian PM was … all guesses can be put to sleep now …

Syndicated with permission via Valiant News| Andrew White|

During the G20 Summit in Bali, Indonesia, Chinese dictator Xi Jinping was caught on video scolding Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau over a conversation that was apparently leaked and misrepresented to the media.

A video clip of the encounter between the two world leaders has been circulating online.

“Everything we discussed has been leaked to the paper, that’s not appropriate,” Xi told Trudeau through his personal translator. “And that’s not how the way the conversation was conducted,” the translator added.

Watch the exchange on Spreely.video:


A visibly uncomfortable and nervous Trudeau replied, “we believe in free and open dialogue and that is what we will continue to have.”

“We will continue to look to work constructively together but there will be things we will disagree on,” Trudeau added before Xi interjected.

“That’s great, the conditions first,” Xi’s translator told Trudeau. The two then shook hands and parted ways, with Trudeau nervously shuffling out of the event.

Joe Biden was photographed holding a list with several strange commands during his trip to the global summit, which included the words “YOU will sit” and “YOU will deliver opening remarks,” Valiant News reported.

It is unclear why an entirely stable president with ideal cognitive functions would require such simple instructions and the word “YOU” to be capitalized in bold letters during serious meetings with some of the world’s most prominent leaders.

In light of the situation, critics of the president have likened the commands to that of a dog in training.

Biden, like Trudeau, also held one of the first serious in-person talks with Chinese dictator Xi Jinping since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic during the summit, in which he warned against starting a new cold war with the communist world power.

“We share responsibility to show that China and the US can manage our differences,” Biden said.


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