Donald Trump widely mocked for pledging to protect 'local milk people'

Inmates at Australia's detention centre in PNG

He added that his call with the Australian PM - during a string of phone conversations with several world leaders that day - was "my most unpleasant call".

He then went on to make clear that "Putin was a pleasant call".

Trump liked the boat law, saying that the US should enact it themselves, joking, "You are worse than I am".

In the phone call, Trump reportedly told Turnbull he couldn't accept Syrian refugees in the country because it will make him look bad. "They said I had no way to 270 and I got 306". This is a killer.

"We're both adults", Turnbull said.

But he told Nieto: "It is very important for you to understand this - I want the best [trade] solution also for Mexico".

GRANT: Extreme vetting, as we know now, and that's been heightened. "They are not going to be wonderful people who go on to work for the local milk people".

Trump said this to Turnbull while they were talking about a deal between the US and Australia that allowed Australia to send up to 2,000 refugees to the U.S.

Labor, the Greens and refugee groups accused the government of misleading the public over the deal.

Trump adds: "Well, there could be 2 million people coming in Germany, 2 million people". If that is the case my Executive Order does not mean anything Malcolm. I look so foolish doing this.

"Their words made me feel like I am just a product to them and I can be traded for anything", he said. We lost a lot of factories in OH and MI, and I won these states - some of these states have not been won in 38 years by a Republican, and I won them very easily.

"The only people that we do not take are people who come by boat".

Turnbull attempted to make his case.

TRUMP: How does that help you?

In the same interview, Grant asked about a report that Trump was still considering the deal.

"You can decide to take 1000 or 100".

The publication is the latest of sign that established norms are breaking down inside the White House and reflect the vicious infighting inside the White House between rival factions, despite the appointment of the new chief of staff John Kelly. Turnbull: "They were Russians". Not even a little bit.

"And quite clearly that is what we expect of our prime minister and that is what he has done". I think it is a terrible deal, a disgusting deal that I would have never made.

TRUMP:. why is this so important?

"I always stand up for Australia's interests in every environment", Mr Turnbull told reporters in Broome, Western Australia, today.

If you have time to kill you can read those full transcripts HERE, but we're going to list the five most revealing quotes.

Turnbull responded by saying that the detainees were economic refugees and had not been accused of any crimes.

TRUMP: Well, it is close. "I have also heard, like, 5000 as well".

Turnbull patiently explained the number of refugees was actually quite lower - it was 1,250. "You have a very big mark on our back, Mr. President, regarding who pays for the wall", he said.

The transcripts, assembled from the notes of aides listening to the calls, were obtained by The Washington Post, which posted them online on Thursday morning.

The scene of the history-making phone call.

Turnbull then asked: "Do you want to talk about Syria and DPRK?"

TRUMP: [inaudible] this is insane.

Turnbull: "Thank you for your commitment".

"So we would rather take a not very attractive guy that helps you out than take a Nobel peace prize victor that comes by boat". I didn't get the impression of it that he hang up. You have brokered many a stupid deal in business and I respect you, but I guarantee that you broke many a stupid deal.

According to the transcript, the prime minister suggests that Australia would reciprocate with the deal. "You can not say that to the press because I can not negotiate under those circumstances".



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