In a recent interview with RT, the host asked President Assad if he had a "nickname" for Trump, alluding to the US leader's crude and sick tweet last April insulting the Syrian President to protect the terrorists in Douma who carried out the chemical attack of April 7.
President Assad's reply:
"This is not my language, so, I cannot use similar language. This is his language. It represents him, and I think there is a very known principle, that what you say is what you are. So, he wanted to represent what he is, and that's normal. Anyway, it didn't move anything, and this kind of language shouldn't move anything for anyone. The only thing that moves you is what kind of people you trust, people who are level-headed, people who are thoughtful, people who are moral, ethical, that is what should move anything inside you, whether positive or negative. Somebody like Trump will move nothing for me."
That's the difference between Bashar al-Assad and Donald Trump, a thorough gentleman and a boorish cad, respectively.
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