The Pope Just Threw MAJOR Shade At Trump And It’s Hilarious (VIDEO)

While on the campaign trail, Donald Trump and Pope Francis exchanged sharp words and now the former reality show star, along with Melania, First Lady Ivanka and some quiet dude named Jared, came face-to-face with the Pontiff at the Vatican. It was an awkward moment for the Trumps, especially when the Pope appeared to be trolling Donald in real life.

We’re not into fat-shaming people here but considering that Trump exaggerates his height, lies about how much he weighs, and has an absurd excuse for not exercising, we think the Pope basically calling Trump fat is hilarious. Pope Francis had to know that would get under Donald’s thin skin.

While speaking to Melania Trump through a translator, the Pope asked, “What do you give him to eat, potizza?” Melania laughed and we have to wonder if she, too, was trolling Donald or just trying to get through the moment.


The look on Trump’s face at the end of that clip, not to mention the Pope’s as his smile turned into a slight frown, speaks volumes. For the first time in Trump’s stupid life, he could not say a word. He had to just stand there awkwardly.

At one point, it was like the Holy Father met the Children of the Corn.

When the two met, Pope Francis urged the former reality show star to be a peacemaker, and Trump promised he would not forget the pontiff’s message.

A Vatican protocol official was overheard telling Trump that it’s not “like Trump Tower in New York.”

Reuters reports:

Francis also gave Trump a signed copy of his 2017 peace message whose title is “Nonviolence – A Style of Politics for Peace,” and a copy of his 2015 encyclical letter on the need to protect the environment from the effects of climate change.

“Well, I’ll be reading them,” Trump said. By ‘we,’ Trump means someone else. He doesn’t read books. Seriously, the so-called leader of the free world does not read books. But this is a letter so maybe the Pope’s message will be read by Donald. Probably not, though.

Image via screen capture. 

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