After Time requested U.S. President Donald #trump to remove fake magazine covers of the billionaire from his golf courses, a German magazine poked fun at him. Der Spiegel made several more spoof magazine covers of prominent publications featuring Trump.

Among the magazine covers that made fun of Trump were of Life with the American President as the first man on the moon. He also became the naked baby swimming in the pool in a remake of the Nirvana “Nevermind” album cover, Mashable reported.

Trump channels Bieber

In another fake cover, Trump’s head was used to replace the body of Canadian singer Justin Bieber who posed in boxers while displaying his tattooed arm for an album cover.

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To make light of his immigration ban that targeted Muslims from six Middle Eastern and African nations, Der Spiegel featured Trump on the German magazine’s February 2017 issue cover brandishing a knife with the decapitated head of the Statue of Liberty which represented America’s welcome to visitors and migrants.

Edel Rodriguez, a Cuban migrant to the U.S. as a political refugee when he was a child, made the #Magazine Cover. Rodriguez recalled he was nine years old when he arrived in the U.S., including the how little children feel when they leave their country. “I remember all that, and so it bothers me a lot that little children are being kept from coming to this country,” he told The Washington Post.

Other countries laughing at America

In another article by The Washington Post, the influential newspaper noted Trump loves to frequently say in his campaign speeches that the world is #laughing at the U.S., although he failed to provide evidence.

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The billionaire claimed Mexico was laughing at his proposal to build a border wall. In Iowa, he claimed at a caucus the Islamic State was laughing at American leaders, but he said it is at Barack Obama whom the international community is making fun of.

In May, after Trump withdrew the U.S. from the Paris climate accord, the president said he did it because it was a bad deal. His action, however, drew again laughter from the world. The latest incident involved Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross who was cut off and laughed at when he spoke from Washington during a teleconference of the Economic Council of the Christian Democratic Union in Berlin.

Ross had 10 minutes to speak, was talking for more than 20 minutes when conference organizers cut the feed mid-sentence which elicited both laughter and clapping, according to Bloomberg. German Chancellor Angela Merkel took over the floor and at one point even disagreed with one of the points of Ross.