TV host Oliver Welke took a swipe at the Republican billionaire as he described having an “icy cold shiver” when discussing the President.
Mr Trump called the Germans “very bad” in an unexpected outburst during a meeting with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, it has been revealed.
Speaking on Heaute Show on ZDF, Welke also mocked Mr Trump’s attempts to broker peace in the Middle East.
He said: "Can you feel it too, this icy cold shiver? That's right, Trump is here.”
Oliver Welke mocked Donald Trump's Middle East peace attempt
For me Trump is something like an American Gandhi
Discussing how the President called Germans bad and how it was picked up in the German media as ‘evil’, the presenter added: "A lot has been said about us Germans, but evil!? We sell evil cars?
“Fact is even Islamists like Saudis can also be good customers, really good customers. Trump is selling them US weapons for $110 billion, congratulations. Because if there is anything missing from that region, it is more weapons.
“What a fantastic message, creating peace with ever more weapons. Says the biggest errand boy of the American arms industry.
“For me Trump is something like an American Gandhi. Just with hair. And money. And without scruples.”
According to Der Spiegel, Mr Trump in a meeting with Mr Juncker and European Council President Donald Tusk, said: “See the millions of cars they are selling in the US. Terrible.
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“We will stop this.”
The same publication reported Mr Juncker responded by supporting Germany.
Officials in Brussels came away form talks with the US President saying he had failed to understand the way the bloc trades as a group, not country-by-country.
Donald Trump raised concerns with German-US trade.
Earlier this year he suggested he would impose a 35 per cent tax on the country’s auto imports.