Saturday could be in the tv show "Saturday Night Live" view of a person caricaturing prime minister Mette Frederiksen (S).
Prime minister Mette Frederiksen (S) was Saturday caricatured in the american tv show "Saturday Night Live".
along the Way in the show, the Danish prime minister, to imagine, to stand together with the Norwegian prime minister, Erna Solberg, at the recent Nato summit in London.
In a dialogue between the two characters starts Erna Solbergs character to say:
- Hello Denmark.
- Hello Norway, corresponds Mette Frederiksen character and continues:
- the Nato conference has been so bold in years.
Agree. So international and fun, says Erna Solbergs character
Mette Frederiksen's character gets suddenly eye on something outside the camera and exclaimed:
- Oh my good, look. It is Trudeau and the Macron (respectively, the prime minister of Canada and the president of France, ed.). They are so cool.
While Boris Johnson spend the time on the screen, along with Justin Trudeau and Emmanuel Macron, so will Donald Trump held outside of the company.
Both Justin Trudeau and Emmanuel Macron at once to send up to several suppositories after Boris Johnson, who will be caricatured as a simpler unintelligent person.
the Skit with the various political characters follows, after the recent Nato summit got a lot of attention for other than just the purely political.
However, not only because of the political, but also because Justin Trudeau on film was caught up in the to tell about a meeting he had had with Donald Trump.
The canadian prime minister speaking in the video clip of his press conference with the us president pulled out and lasted 40 minutes. He laughs a little and says:
I looked at his (Trumps) delegation, which just lost the jaws, you can hear Justin Trudeau speak in the clip.
Since it sounded from Donald Trump to Justin Trudeau takes on the laughable, because the president has lifted an index finger towards Canada, with the requirement that it spends two percent of gdp on defense. It is not the case now.
Donald Trump selected also to cancel a large press conference after the Nato summit, as he believed that it had been press conferences enough.
Saturday Night Live has been shown since 1975 and is one of the most well-known tv shows in the UNITED states.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 08 December 2019, 13:00