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This is how Europe sees Trump.

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:

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:

Some Americans weighed in with a similar sentiment:

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He messed with the wrong woman.

On Tuesday, Republicans in the House ended an Obama-era rule designed to reduce racial and gender discrimination by automobile dealers.

During the debate on the floor, things got heated when Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) took issue with the remarks of Rep. Mike Kelly (R-PA) who said:

"How in the world can you reduce this down to discrimination?"

He continued:

"We are trying to make sure that we make America great every day in every way. And the best way to do that is to stop talking about discrimination and start talking about our nation."

Waters hit back:

I want you to know that I am more offended as an African-American woman than you will ever be. And this business about making America great again, it is your president that is dividing this country... And don't tell me that we don't understand [about discrimination], that is the attitude that has been given about women time and time again.

She went on:

Don't you dare talk to me like that and think that somehow women don't understand what goes on on the floor of automobile dealers.

And when Kelly asked her to yield the floor to him, well...

And no, I do not yield one second to you, not one second.

You can watch the exchange below:

And people were here for Waters's clapback:

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Senator Marco Rubio turned heads with an interview with The Economist recently in which he admitted:

“There is still a lot of thinking on the right that if big corporations are happy, they're going to take the money they're saving and reinvest it in American workers. In fact they bought back shares, a few gave out bonuses; there's no evidence whatsoever that the money's been massively poured back into the American worker."

Just days later, however, Rubio took to the OpEd page of National Review to clarify his thoughts on the tax cuts:

“On the whole, the tax cut bill helps workers. It's just not massive tax cuts to multinational corporations that do it." “Overall, the Republican tax-cut bill has been good for Americans. That is why I voted for it. But it could have been even better for American workers and their families."

So it was understandable that Politico would headline its piece on Rubio's back and forth:

Rubio walks back criticism of GOP tax law

Which led Rubio to tweet:

And Monica Lewinsky responded to defend interns everywhere:

People were so here for it:

For the record, the author of the Politico piece, Quint Forgey, is quite literally an editorial intern at Politico, which doesn't diminish the validity of everything written within the article, although that's clearly the implication of Rubio's tweet.