, Trevor Noah makes some ‘additions’ to Biden and Johnson’s new Atlantic Charter from the G7 Summit, The Nzuchi News Forbes

Trevor Noah makes some ‘additions’ to Biden and Johnson’s new Atlantic Charter from the G7 Summit

, Trevor Noah makes some ‘additions’ to Biden and Johnson’s new Atlantic Charter from the G7 Summit, The Nzuchi News Forbes

World leaders have gathered in the seaside realm of Cornwall, England for the G7 Summit, where they’re discussing big issues around global trade, managing the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, and climate change. G7 leaders are also expected to agree to donate 1 billion COVID-19 vaccine doses to low-income nations.

After a first meeting between U.S. President Joe Biden and UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Thursday, the pair unveiled a newly updated Atlantic Charter, the agreement first signed in 1941 during World War II by Winston Churchill and Franklin D. Roosevelt.

, Trevor Noah makes some ‘additions’ to Biden and Johnson’s new Atlantic Charter from the G7 Summit, The Nzuchi News Forbes

Though the refreshed charter will actually focus on things like the ongoing pandemic, tackling climate change, and dealing with cyberattacks, The Daily Show‘s Trevor Noah offered up some fun joke suggestions of other additions to the document that would see the two nations work together.

“That’s right people, Joe Biden and Boris Johnson are updating the Atlantic Charter that was first signed in 1941. And both sides got some concessions,” said Noah. “The UK agreed to limit the number of royal refugees that they’ll send to the U.S. and in exchange, the U.S. agreed to start putting the letter “U” back into words again.

“Plus, the UK will produce more Harry Styleses, and the U.S. will start calling soccer ‘football’ and football ‘brain ouchy time.’ Everybody wins.”

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