They say that the cheated upon lover is always the last to know and that may be the case with Donald Trump. Apparently the Trump-Putin bromance is as big a joke in Russia as it is here in the U.S. and the only one who doesn’t know that is Trump. And bear in mind how he always talks about how “America is respected again in the world,” since he’s been in office. Right. The Hill:
A Kremlin-backed TV station ran a mashup of President Trump‘s speeches this week in which the U.S. leader is made to appear like he is singing the song “Señorita” in an apparent attempt to mock the president’s overtures to Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The mashup features clips from Trump’s speeches that are edited so he appears to say the words or sounds that make up the lyrics of the song by Camila Cabello and Shawn Mendes. It is set to “Señorita’s” tune and also includes a clip of Putin playing the piano.
The clip aired on the Russian “60 Minutes” program on the country’s Channel 1. It only includes the first two verses of the song, whose lyrics include, “I love it when you call me Señorita/ I wish I could pretend I didn’t need ya/ But every touch is ooh-la-la-la/ It’s true la-la-la/ Ooh I should be running/ Ooh you keep me coming/ For ya,” according to a song lyrics website.
The song starts at 1:06. Sorry the clip’s in Russian, but Newsweek reports that the panel is discussing Trump’s comments at the G-7 conference about inviting Putin to next year’s summit, and that the Russian TV host laughed at the clip and called it “absolutely beautiful.” We concur.