The calls led Trump's former top delegates – including national security advisers HR McMaster and John Bolton, Defense Secretary James Mattis, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, and White House Chief of Staff John Kelly, as well as intelligence officials – conclude that the President is often "delusional", as the two sources put it, in his dealings with foreign leaders. Sources said there is little evidence that the President has become more skilful or more competent in telephone conversations with most heads of state over time. Instead, he continues to believe that he can seduce, jaw or bully almost any foreign leader to do his will, and often pursues chapter goals. his agenda is more what many of his senior advisers consider to be national interest.
According to sources, so far, the largest number of Trump's phone conversations with a head of state is with Erdogan, who sometimes calls the White House at least twice a week and is on duty. then to the President by order of Trump. In the meantime, the President regularly bullies and depresses the leaders of major U.S. allies, especially two women: telling UK Prime Minister Theresa May that she is weak and lacking courage ; and told German Chancellor Angela Merkel that she was "stupid".
Trump keeps bragging to his heads of state, including the authoritarian royal heir to Saudi Arabia Mohammed bin Salman and North Korea …