It's fair to say that Donald Trump didn't have the best of times at the G20.
The US President had an action packed few days in Hamburg, Germany filled with controversy.
Firstly, there was his much-touted big showdown with Russian President Vladimir Putin, which turned out more like a nice first date than a heated political discussion over North Korea and election tampering.
He then had a meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping where the topics of trade and how to approach the North Korea situation were raised.
His daughter Ivanka also filled in for him at one point at the summit table, which was a questionable move to say the least.
Ivanka Trump, unelected, unqualified, daughter-in-chief, is representing the US at the G20 summit next to May, Xi,… https://t.co/B3mh6IjRoh— Brian Klaas (@Brian Klaas) 1499507974
The former dictator of Uzbekistan used to do this kind of thing with his daughter. US setting a great example at G20 https://t.co/PLMz5fRUD1— Brian Klaas (@Brian Klaas) 1499513433
There were some unsettling scenes outside the discussions, as protests broke out in the city centre.
An verschiedenen Stellen im Bereich St. Pauli mussten und müssen wir Wasserwerfer gegen Störer einsetzen. #G20HAM17 https://t.co/W3PCZBc7DX— Polizei Hamburg (@Polizei Hamburg) 1499449442
The conclusion of the seummit saw the leaders vow to move forward collectively on climate change, despite Trump's decision to withdraw from the Paris agreement.
Which must have been awkward.
The G19 reconfirmed the Paris Agreement and a global strategy to deal with climate change. Trump reconfirmed his lack of leadership.— Mike Levin (@Mike Levin) 1499523936
Trump was probably aware that he was in for a rough ride in Germany, as this picture from the first day indicates.
A perfect metaphor of the United States right now. https://t.co/hyotCHn4Zu— shauna (@shauna) 1499471792
People pointed out how inadequate Trump looked in those surroundings:
He, of course, had a different opinion on how the G20 had gone.