On Tuesday, President Trump addressed the United Nations General Assembly for the first time. In his speech, he said:
"The United States has great strength and patience, but if it is forced to defend itself or its allies, we will have no choice but to totally destroy North Korea."
Immediately after this threat of all-out nuclear war, Trump referred to Kim Jong Un by a nickname he had used earlier on Twitter: "Rocket man is on a suicide mission."
Reactions to Trump's rhetoric were telling, but none more so than the delegation from Zimbabwe:
Twitter users identified with the Zimbabweans in a big way:
You must don't get it... Nobody likes trump we are agreeing with everybody in the picture!! Are you not getting that!!?— Cho$3n (@Tspittah808) September 19, 2017
Some wished they could sleep through everything Trump says:
I am so sorry. Most of us hate him too. We are working on it.— Just Achin' (@zhonne) September 19, 2017
Could this be a real pattern?
Representing 5 Stages of Trump Reactions: disapproval, amusement, skepticism, exhaustion, & "I'm about to get up and walk out."— HoosASpookyKitty (@MeAndHoo) September 19, 2017
Mugabe later gave a speech that seemed to call out Trump:
Never thought I would be on the same page as Mugabe, but 2017 is weird.— rosaclaire (@rosaclaire) September 19, 2017
Let's hope Trump doesn't return for an encore. These delegates have had enough: