Following the press conference President Trump's held on Saturday before he departed the G7, CNBC correspondent John Harwood said he was "concerned" about the president's state of mind. He also said Trump "did not look well to me." He later called it an "unfocused performance."
Harwood's comments on AM Joy with host Joy Reid:
HARWOOD: I got to say that the upshot about this press conference was about tariffs. I'll be honest as a citizen: I'm concerned about the president's state of mind. He did not look well to me in that press conference. He was not speaking logically or rationally. It sounded as if he was making stuff up, saying China told me nobody's ever talked to us, saying, 'Oh, I talked to Justin Trudeau and can't believe he was getting away with so much trade stuff.'
I don't think those things are true. And he -- there was something about his affect which was oddly kind of languid for him. I don't know what it means but he did not look well to me.