Russian pranksters' call with Juncker reveals what he thinks about Trump
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker was the latest target of Vladimir 'Vovan' Kuznetsov and Alexei 'Lexus' Stolyarov, a pair of Russian pranksters.
Introducing themselves to Juncker as Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan shortly after the unrest in Armenia this spring, the prankers expressed hope that Juncker could serve as a mediator between Yerevan and Washington, causing the politician to go into a rant about Donald Trump.
"We have to explain again and again the world to Trump. He doesn't understand what is important. We have a better understanding of what is happening in Armenia," Sputnik cited Juncker as saying.
The prankers posing as Pashinyan invited Juncker to Yerevan for Armenian 'shashlik' barbeque. "Ha ha ha, that sounds good too! I will come next year. This year it's no longer possible, but next year we'll find a date and an opportunity to do it," Juncker said.