A Christmas ad from Air New Zealand has become viral for its gentle mocking by US President Donald Trump. In…
A Christmas ad from Air New Zealand has become viral for its gentle mocking by US President Donald Trump.
In the video, Santa Claus unfortunately sends her “ugly list” to a New Zealand boy who listens and summones a global summit with naughty children. The American boy is clearly supposed to emulate Trump – wearing a red “Make Christmas Great Again” hat, he pushes past the other delegates who release the Air New Zealand plane.
“I have to say I’m not ugly at all, says the boy later the summit.” I’m actually the nicest person I know. “Everyone else laughs at him, so he answers:” I did not expect that reaction, but that is okay. “
At a summit in NATO in 2017, President Trump was filming shoving aside the Montenegrin Prime Minister Dusko Markovic so that he could appear on a group photo.
A few months ago, Trump also scared his achievements: “In less than two years, my administration has accomplished more than almost all administration in our country’s history” – to the UN General Assembly, which led to a very embarrassing outbreak of spontaneous laughter. “Did not expect this reaction, but it’s okay “he replied.
Air New Zealand is not the first brand to point to Trump in its advertising. In mid 2017, Smirnoff vodka ran a campaign that featured the line:” Made in A merica. But we would like to talk about our ties to Russia under oath. “
That ad ran shortly after Trump said he would be happy to testify of Specialist Robert Mueller, who is still investigating ties between the Trump campaign and Russia.