Trump Just Got BOOED by World Leaders at Davos

President Donald Trump made his address at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland on Friday, where he bragged about the U.S. economy to the pro-free trade and pro-globalization audience his administration has often attacked — but what he had to say didn’t always go over well.

Trump spoke about his “America First” policies in what was mostly a sales pitch for the U.S. that sounded much like Trump’s campaign speeches. He touched on all his favorite topics: his desire for increased border security — saying the country’s immigration system was “in the past” — corporations giving employees bonuses because of the new tax bill and, of course, himself.

“I’ve always been good at building things, and I’ve always been very successful at making money,” Trump said. “I’d buy things that would fail — that would be failures — and I’d turn them around.”

But the crowd did not appreciate Trump’s attacks on the press as “fake news.”

During a Q&A session following his speech, Trump said that he has always received a lot of press — and he was always “treated really well” by the press as a businessman — but things changed after he decided to run for president.

“It wasn’t until I became a politician that I realized how nasty, how mean, how vicious and how fake the press can be,” Trump said.

Boos and hisses could be heard in the audience among only a handful of claps as Trump acknowledged camera flashes from the press pool in the back of the room.

The response did not go unnoticed.

And naturally, what Trump speech would be complete without him bringing up the 2016 election. Trump took the opportunity to attack those in the audience who had supported his opponent Hillary Clinton.

“Had the opposing party to me won — some of whom you backed, some of the people in the room — instead of [the stock market] being up almost 50%… [it] would have been down close to 50 percent. I really believe that,” Trump said.