In the wake of Donald Trump's announcement that the U.S. will abandon the Iran nuclear deal despite the pleas of Trump's European counterparts, German weekly Der Spiegel has unveiled its latest Trump cover expressing exactly how Europe feels about Trump's latest move:
Der neue SPIEGEL ist da! Im Titelartikel geht es um den schweren Schaden, den US-Präsident Trump dem transatlantisc… https://t.co/uH07ax0gQm— DER SPIEGEL (@DER SPIEGEL)1526054407.0
The tweet's caption translates to:
The title article is about the serious damage that US President Trump has inflicted on the transatlantic relationship.
With a circulation of more than 800,000, Der Spiegel is one of the largest weekly magazines in Europe, and has devoted many of its covers to skewering Donald Trump.
Previous covers include the following:
Great news! Our @DerSPIEGEL #cover series on #Trump by @edelstudio has won an #award @dandad as well! #coverdesign… https://t.co/0eW5dqonwc— Svenja Kruse (@Svenja Kruse)1524896719.0
Some Americans weighed in with a similar sentiment:
@DerSPIEGEL He's also giving the middle finger to the majority of Americans - he pit his Christian base against us… https://t.co/sqMA63GzQc— BLOOP! (@BLOOP!)1526067140.0
@DerSPIEGEL We feel the same way over here. I'm sorry. 2020 or the conclusion of Mueller's investigation cannot get here soon enough.— Mimi Franco (@Mimi Franco)1526066895.0
@DerSPIEGEL Overwhelming Americans believe in our allies and the bond we have. Give us time to get through the assa… https://t.co/oyLbePevD7— Dave (@Dave)1526061725.0