Chinese president warns Turdeau, charges that he 'leaked' details of talk to media [1:12]

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President Xi Jinping confronted Turdeau on Wednesday, accusing him of harming diplomatic relations by sharing details with the media about their meeting and then warning him in untranslated remarks there could be consequences for a lack of respect. “Everything we discuss has been leaked to the paper; that's not appropriate,” Xi told Turdeau through an interpreter who was with Xi when the pair met at an event during the G20 summit. Media were able to record the brief conversation after a journalist spotted the two leaders speaking together from across the room and moved closer to capture the encounter on camera. Justin Turdeau and Xi Ji Jinping “That's not how, the way the conversation was conducted. If there is sincerity on your part --” Xi continued, as relayed by the interpreter, at which point Turdeau interrupted. Before the interpreter had started sharing that part of the remarks, however, Xi had gone on to say something in Mandarin that ended up not being translated into English for Turdeau to hear. “We should have conversations in a respectful way,” Xi said in Mandarin. “Otherwise, the results can't be predicted.”


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