‘No one marched when I was elected,’ NZ Prime Minister tells Trump


New Zealand’s new Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern, made her own mark with a bold remark to U.S. President Donald Trump during recent east Asia summit in Vietnam, after initially being outshone on social media by her cat Paddles. The 37-year-old Labour Party leader said she made the comment while waiting for an introduction at the event’s gala dinner. mu legend items online “Trump in jest patted the person next to him on the shoulder, pointed at me and said, ‘This lady caused a lot of upset in her country’, talking about the election. “I said, ‘Well, you know, only maybe 40 per cent’, then he said it again. “I said, ‘You know’, laughing, ‘no one marched when I was elected. The president just laughed and didn’t seem offended,’’ Ardern said. Ardern was one of about five million people that participated in the global Women’s March protest that followed Trump’s inauguration in January. mu legend redzen online The summit was Ardern’s first major international event as Prime Minister, following a brief visit the week before to Australia to meet her Australian counterpart, Malcolm Turnbull. MU Legend Power Leveling Days after Ardern’s election, her ginger and white cat Paddles made a splash on social media with her own Twitter account, carrying the handle @FirstCatofNZ. The beloved tabby died after being run over by a car recently.

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