new york - US President Donald Trump and Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull met each other on Thursday in New York. They stressed that they were able to find a great deal, despite a tense phone call in January.
Turnbull was one of the first foreign leaders to receive Trump after his move. The president ended the conversation, which would last an hour, after 25 minutes. He was alarmed by the fact that his predecessor Barack Obama had promised to take 1250 refugees from Australian shelters.
Some friction between leaders was nothing to notice on Thursday. 'We can find it very well. We have a fantastic relationship, 'stressed Trump, who said to keep from Australia. 'We can leave the refugee hall behind you and continue,' added Turnbull.
According to the president, exaggerated journalists reported on the wrong phone call. 'We had a good conversation. I mean, we are not babies, 'he said. 'We have young hearts,' continued Turnbull.