Trump reportedly told Japan's prime minister he'd send him 25 million Mexicans

  • President Donald Trump reportedly told Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe that he'd send him 25 million Mexicans so he'd "be out of office very soon."

  • Trump made the reported remarks during a discussion about migration at the G7 summit in Canada last week.

  • Trump also reportedly told French President Emmanuel Macron that "all the terrorists are in Paris."

President Donald Trump reportedly told Japan's prime minister during last week's G7 summit in Canada that he'd ship him millions of Mexicans, a senior European Union official told The Wall Street Journal.

The remark came as the G7 leaders were discussing migration, which Trump said was a big problem for Europe and the United States.

"Shinzo, you don't have this problem, but I can send you 25 million Mexicans and you'll be out of office very soon," Trump reportedly said.

He also took a dig at French President Emmanuel Macron, while the leaders were discussing Iran and terrorism, according to the EU official.

"You must know about this, Emmanuel, because all the terrorists are in Paris," Trump said.

The official added that the leaders seemed irritated with Trump, "but everyone tried to be rational and calm."

The G7 summit eventually ended in disarray after Trump abruptly reversed his position on the joint communique each of the countries had agreed to sign, blaming the Canadian prime minister for vowing to retaliate on US-imposed steel and aluminum tariffs.

Trump has previously made waves for his private descriptions of immigrants — he reportedly grumbled in a June 2017 meeting that the 15,000 Haitians who had entered the US in the preceding months "all have AIDS" and that the 40,000 Nigerians would never "go back to their huts" in Africa.

Trump also reportedly questioned in another meeting why the US should accept immigrants from "shithole countries," referring to Haiti, El Salvador, and African nations.

He also reportedly described hypothetical rapists and murderers using made-up Hispanic names during an Oval Office meeting last year, reminding his top advisers that crowds at his campaign rallies loved hearing about how such criminals would be deported under his administration.

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