The Dalai Lama went on Good Morning Britain for an interview with Piers Morgan this week, where he was asked for his take on the U.S. presidential election. Though the Buddhist monk acknowledged he had not met Donald Trump, he had a few choice words for (and impressions of) The Donald.
After Morgan asked the Dalai Lama what he thinks of Trump, the Dalai Lama quickly demurred but threw his hand atop his scalp, fingers splayed across forehead to mimic Trump's famous droopy hairstyle.
"And his mouth is small," he added, holding up his hands in a tight 'O' shape and then mimicking a small mouth speaking quickly. "That's my impression."
"That's a good impression," Morgan says after bursting out in laughter.
The Dalai Lama has previously told American reporters he believes Donald Trump's personal attacks make him look "cheap" but has largely steered away from engaging in lengthy conversations about American politics.
In the interview with Morgan, he also discussed the global immigration crisis and aruged that refugees from Libya, Syria, and Afghanistan should return to their homes and attempt to rebuild their countries.
"When we look at the face of each refugee, but especially those of the children and women, we feel their suffering, and a human being who has a better situation in life has the responsibility to help them. But on the other hand, there are too many at the moment," he said in May. "Europe, Germany in particular, cannot become an Arab country, Germany is Germany."