Donald Tusk, President of the European Council, who is the principal representative of the European Union in world affairs, posted a truly dark photo this morning of him pointing a pair of fingers toward Donald Trump’s back.
You don’t have to use much imagination to see what his hand looks like. The image alone is pretty shocking, but look at the caption that Tusk included with it, “Despite seasonal turbulences our transatlantic friendship must last #Trump #NATO.”
Let us be clear that we are 100% against any harm against the president and anyone anywhere at any time. This is still newsworthy because of the prominence of Tusk and Trump. The photo is also fully open to interpretation. To us, the photo, when combined with the caption, strongly hints at only one thing.
The photo below also includes German Chancellor Angela Merkel and is in fact from this week’s NATO summit, which ended Wednesday. The fact that the photo is so recent should be even more dark to observers. See it below.
Tusk and Trump hate each other. In Tusk’s final speech to the UN General Assembly in New York this September, Tusk called Trump “false and dangerous” and went on to say, “To protect the truth, it is not enough to accuse others of promoting fake news. Frankly speaking, it would be enough to stop lying.”