Trichet said it was difficult to describe the euro as weak after its 6.2 percent drop against the dollar this year.
When the euro was introduced, it was 1.17 to the dollar, now it's about 1.31 so "to speak of a euro that is weak doesn't reflect the present situation," Trichet said.
Perhaps we'll have to speak instead of a euro that is:
Trichet Says ECB Must Do Everything to Restore Confidence (like preventing people from using the word "weak" in its connection?) [Bloomberg]