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Watch: Trump calls Trudeau ‘two-faced’ after overheard comments

President Donald Trump, right, and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speak at the NATO summit in London. (Screenshot courtesy the White House/YouTube)

President Donald Trump on Wednesday called Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau “two-faced” following overheard comments Trudeau seemed to make about Trump at Buckingham Palace. World leaders are in London for a NATO summit.

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Trump considers Jets Owner for UK ambassadorship
Woody Johnson is a longtime GOP donor

Woody Johnson, center, shown here talking to New York Jets coach Todd Bowles, would be the second NFL owner to become an ambassador. (New York Jets)

Woody Johnson, Republican megadonor and owner of the NFL’s New York Jets, is reportedly being considered for a top foreign ambassador post in the new year.

Johnson is the most recent in a long line of Trump financial backers to be tapped for possible high-level government positions, and, according to the New York Post’s Page Six , is in the running to be named U.S. ambassador to the United Kingdom.

Clinton: Trump's Foreign Policy Would be 'Disastrous'
Democratic front-runner blasts rival's 'reckless, shoot-from-the-hip' approach

Hillary Clinton blasted her likely general election foe on Monday, saying Donald Trump’s comments about some of America’s closest allies show his foreign policy would be “disastrous.”  

The Democratic front-runner was responding to comments Trump made on British television that appeared to fly in the face of the long-established “special relationship ” between the U.K. and the United States.