Russian ambassador Sergei Kislyak has told the media that he has been ‘hurting’ that no one ever remembers meeting him.
Mr Kislyak has been particularly sad that Trump’s Attorney General Jeff Sessions has already cast his memory aside.
He told WalesOnCraic:
“I thought we had something special going on those times we met. It was all behind closed doors and for those few meetings, I felt as if I was someone special. Mr Sessions is obviously a bit of a boy who does this to a lot of people. I’m hurting inside but I’ll get over it. That’s life isn’t it?”
Mr Sessions reportedly met with Mr Kislyak on several occasions in the run up to the US election. Mr Sessions told a committee that he did not meet with Russians, despite meeting with Russians.
A spokesman for the White House said:
“Mr Trump clearly had the largest crowds at his inauguration than any previous inauguration. We have photo evidence to back it up and we will not rest until we have proven that Mr Trump’s inauguration was indeed the most popular in history.”