How did the finnish president feel after news conference


Yet Niinisto described the news conference later to Finnish media outlets as “very pleasant.” After seeing footage of the news conference, California Gov. Gavin Newsom, a Democrat, tweeted that he felt bad for the Finnish head of state and said “Today, we are all Sauli Niinisto.” More: Associated Press News Contributor Finland Sauli Niinisto


Did the Finnish president tell Trump he doesn’t want to be touched?

The Finnish president was cool and collected throughout, seeming at times a bit keen for it all to be over: The Finnish President telling trump that he doesn’t want to be touched is amazing and incredibly uncomfortable #TrumpMeltdown

Is Finland’s President Niinistö relatable?

Twitter ignited with jokes about the uncomfortable-looking Finn and many felt, although he’s a president, Niinistö was quite relatable. “He is ALL OF US,” one person tweeted.

Did Finland’s President laugh during Trump’s Meltdown with reporter Jeff Mason?

And at one point, the Finnish president can be heard laughing at the moment some have called the pinnacle of the meltdown ― when Trump, growing increasingly agitated, refused to answer Reuters White House reporter Jeff Mason’s question and demanded that he ask Niinistö a question instead: Trump: We have the president of Finland, ask him a question.

Is Finland’s Iltalehti Trump’s’Nightmare?

The Finnish tabloid Iltalehti referred to U.S. domestic politics as “Trump’s nightmare,” and another Finnish publication called Mr. Trump “explosive.” Helsingin Sanomat, Finland’s largest newspaper, said the two leaders showed “two parallel realities,” suggesting Mr. Trump should shout less so reporters can hear better, according to the AP.


Who said “They are not after me”?

At the beginning of the joint news conference, when Trump made a joke about “all the press that you attract,” Niinistö was quick to reply: “They are not after me.”

Who witnessed the Trump meltdown?

Finnish President Sauli Niinistö has joined the long list of people who have witnessed a Trump meltdown firsthand.

Was the Finnish president cool?

The Finnish president was cool and collected throughout, seeming at times a bit keen for it all to be over:


Finnish President Sauli Niinistö posted a video after his White House visit saying that he’d rather hang around reindeer than Donald Trump.


On Oct. 2, 2019, a joint press conference at the White House with U.S. President Donald Trump and President Sauli Niinistö of Finland spiraled out of control as reporters began questioning President Trump about a recent whistleblower complaint and an ongoing impeachment investigation.

Who is the Finnish President?

As U.S. President Donald Trump and his Finnish President Sauli Niinistö stood side-by-side during their joint press conference in the White House on Wednesday, one Finnish reporter asked the European leader whether his American counterpart had asked for any “favors” from him.

Did Niinistö have a conversation with the President?

Yes, we had a conversation and discussion on a very equal basis,” Niinistö responded. “I really appreciate that. I had one request, specifically I wanted the president to take more notice on transatlantic relations because I consider it’s useful both for the USA and Europe. We also discussed trading.”

Who is the President of Finland?

The President of Finland, Sauli Niinistö, came to visit the White House this fine Wednesday, but he surely wishes he didn’t. What an incredible disaster. Donald Trump, American president, used an Oval Office photo spray and a subsequent official bilateral press conference to scream and yell about Shifty Adam Schiff and The Collusion Delusion …

Is the President rambling?

The United States president is rambling and incoherent on his best days, and these are not his best days. The pressure of being held accountable for what he’s done, an unprecedented experience in his long and crooked life, is beginning to take its toll, and he will only grow more venal and angry.


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