{Worst Call ever} Donald Trump sparked a new diplomatic battle with Australia

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 Donald Trump sparked a new diplomatic battle with Australia

 Donald Trump sparked a new diplomatic battle with Australia - by qualifying a refugee agreement with the country as "dumb" and worst, a few days after having a lively conversation with Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.

In a telephone conversation Saturday, Mr. Trump told his Australian counterpart that he had spoken with four other world leaders on that day and that "this was the worst call from afar."

The president, who snatched the Australian leader over a refugee agreement, abruptly ended Saturday's call, which should last an hour, after only 25 minutes.
 Australian government officials, who said the Washington Post's message was "fairly accurate," described the conversation as "robust" and admitted it was "shorter than expected," ABC News reported.


Mr. Turnbull was trying to confirm that Mr. Trump would honor an agreement with the Obama administration to accommodate 1,250 refugees from an Australian detention center.

"It's the worst deal ever," said Mr. Trump, according to the Washington Post. Mr. Trump complained that he was going to be politically killed and accused Australia of seeking to export the "next Boston bombers."

The president recently issued a decree prohibiting temporary admission of refugees. To reflect the agreement with Australia, a special provision of the Order allows exceptions to honor "a pre-existing international agreement".

Mr. Trump aired his anger on the deal on Twitter on Wednesday night and questioned whether he would honor the deal. The Obama Administration has agreed to take thousands of illegal immigrants from Australia. Why? I will study this stupid affair! ", He said.

Do you think so? The Obama administration has agreed to take thousands of illegal immigrants from Australia. Why? I'll study this stupid affair!

- Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 2, 2017
Australia is one of the most stable allies in America. They share intelligence and have fought together in a number of wars, including in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Mr. Turnbull refused to comment on the reports of the conversation. The Prime Minister said that conversations with world leaders are conducted "frankly, openly", but stressed that Australia's strong relations with the United States were still in place.

"I can assure you that the relationship is very strong," he said.

Mr. Turnbull is confident that the resettlement agreement will continue. Many refugees come from Iran, Iraq, Sudan and Somalia, countries listed in Mr. Trump's travel ban.

"I do not want these people," said Mr. Trump said, saying to Mr. Turnbull, it was "my intention" to honor the deal. A senior US official said the sentence was meant to give the president a way to withdraw from the deal in the future, according to the newspaper.


A government official said the President's relations with other countries were "naive".

"He continues to suggest that we will have the best relationship ever with a broad start of countries, but there is no substance to support," said CNN. "When he meets a political challenge as with Turnbull, he answers with anger."

Bill Shorten, the Leader of the Opposition, asked Mr. Turnbull to be open about his interaction with Mr. Trump, saying that the Washington Post version of the appeal was disturbing.

"We should not be aware of what is happening to Australian politics through news from foreign countries," said Mr. Shorten.

The disputes with Australia came a few days after Mr. Trump launched a diplomatic crisis with Mexico for ordering the construction of a border wall, prompting President Enrique Peña Nieto to cancel a planned visit to the White House.

Mr. Turnbull resisted the pressure this week to join other Western leaders in condemning the temporary ban of Trump of immigrants from seven Muslim majority countries.






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