New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on Tuesday slapped down US President Donald Trump’s talk of an out-of-control coronavirus “surge” in New Zealand as “patently wrong”.She expressed dismay after Trump exaggerated the new virus outbreak in New Zealand as a “big surge” that Americans would do well to avoid.“Anyone who is following will quite easily see that New Zealand’s nine cases in a day does not compare to the United States’ tens of thousands,” she said.“Obviously, it’s patently wrong,…