Bush. “He challenged the Soviet Union … that was our values and our principles.” Coming off the contentious G-7 summit last weekend in Quebec, Canada, many of America’s closest allies are reconsidering their relationships with the U.S. While Trump’s proposed steel and aluminum tariffs were the issue that provoked dissension, that spat only deepened frustrations among allies already upset by the president’s abandonment of the Paris climate change accord and Iran nuclear deal. In a speech this week, Germany’s foreign minister, Heiko Maas, framed the new world order in stark terms, stating that Europeans must now act “as a conscious counterweight” to the U.S. in certain situations. “The world order we were used to — it no longer exists,” he said. Canada’s foreign minister, Chrystia Freeland, also raised eyebrows with a speech in Washington on Wednesday rebuking Trump without naming him and vowing that her country would fight for democratic values. “Facts matter. Truth matters.
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The AFP news agency characterised the press conference as a “bizarre event” which took the assembled journalists by surprise. In recent months, Ztohoven has produced shirts and badges of the red boxer shorts to protest against Mr Zeman’s campaign for re-election – which he narrowly won in January . Radio Praha said the demonstration supposedly symbolised the “time to end the era of dirty laundry in politics”. Mr Zeman’s political opponents failed to see the humour in Thursday’s fiery stunt. One, Petr Gazdík of the Stan party, wrote that if he did not have respect for the presidency, he “would say that the President has gone mad” and that the spectacle “reduces the dignity of the presidential office”. Mr Zeman’s unusual press conference was not the first time he had taken aim at the press. In October last year, he attended a press conference brandishing a fake rifle labelled “for journalists”. In May, he said that journalists should be “liquidated” – a comment characterised as a joke. He also made another joke in January that the Czech prime minister could be removed either by elections or by “Kalashnikov ” – a popular type of automatic rifle.