An exchange in the Oval Office on Tuesday played out like a boardroom elimination on "The Celebrity Apprentice", as President Donald Trump dropped everything to comment on an Irish reporter's "nice smile". Even if you're the President of the United States, bringing unwanted attention to a woman to compliment her looks, especially one who is at the White House to report on worldly matters, is not flattery.
Justin has recently been noted on social media as somewhat of a heart throb, however it's his work for his country that he's most commended for.
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Mr Trump said: "And where are you from?"
"Well, we have a lot of your Irish press watching us right now", Trump said in a video clip Perry posted on Twitter.
Ms Perry laughed as she approached his desk and after a brief exchange she returned to the press pack as Mr Trump resumed his conversation with Irish PM. He then immediately turned back into a creep, singling out a pretty, blonde woman member of the Irish press and talking about her smile.