"There is a special place in hell for any for leader that engages in bad faith diplomacy with President Donald J. Trump and then tries to stab him in the back on the way out the door and that's what bad-faith Justin Trudeau did with that stunt press conference, that's what weak, dishonest Justin Trudeau did", Navarro said on "Fox News Sunday".
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Saturday that G7 leaders had agreed on the wording of a common statement at their ongoing summit which would include a commitment to a "rules-based" trade framework.
Top EU official, Donald Tusk, no doubt harried after Trump's belligerence at the meet - during which the US President also refused to sign a joint communique with the G7 members - wasn't going to take this lying down.
Launching another verbal blow at Trudeau, Trump said that, "Justin acts hurt when called out!" apparently referring to his pledge to impose the equivalent of the tariffs on the United States that Trump has slapped on Canada.
But after negotiators for all seven countries crafted a final communiqué that even the reluctant USA delegation agreed to, Trump abruptly lashed out on Twitter from Air Force One on Saturday night.
Later on June 9, after he left the G7 summit, Trump unleashed a barrage of tweets, likely while he was aboard Air Force One on his way to Singapore for his summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un - "Just left the @G7 Summit in handsome Canada".
The G7, the annual summit of democracies with developed economies, took place last Friday and Saturday in the Quebec resort town of Charlevoix in Canada. -Canada border. He said unleashing retaliatory measures "is not something I relish doing" but that he wouldn't hesitate to do so because "I will always protect Canadian workers and Canadian interests".
The majority of Canadian exports go to the United States, making Canada uniquely vulnerable to a U.S. trade war.
"(Trudeau) really kind of stabbed us in the back", Kudlow, the director of the National Economic Council who had accompanied Trump to Canada, said on CNN's "State of the Union". A senior USA administration official said that Trump had been angered by Trudeau's comments.
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However, Reuters reported that Mr Kim would be leaving Singapore at 2pm tomorrow, citing a source involved in planning his visit. Singapore will spend about 20 million dollars to host the historic summit between Trump and Kim, Prime Minister Loong revealed.
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He said he was "going in with a very positive attitude and I think we will come out fine". The Prime Minister's Office responded by saying Trudeau has been consistent with Trump.
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According to McConnell, the only possibility would be if there were legislation President Donald Trump were to sign. Corker's bill would require congressional approval for any tariffs that are imposed for national security purposes.
It's understood that Trump suggested inviting the ousted Russian Federation back to the conference, restoring the summit eight members.
French President Emmanuel Macron's office reacted Sunday by saying that "international cooperation can not be dictated by fits of anger and throwaway remarks".
Trudeau was speaking at a joint press conference with French President Emmanuel Macron when the apparent eyebrow mishap occurred, with pictures appearing to show one eyebrow unusually lower than the other. A Madawaska, Maine, mill pumps pulp from the Canadian side of the border to be made into paper on the USA side. "$800 Billion Trade Deficit ..."
Last week, Canada hit back at the Trump administration by announcing retaliatory tariffs on up to 16.6 billion Canadian dollars (12.8 billion USA dollars) worth of US steel and aluminum as well as a diverse list of other products.
"We strive to reduce tariff barriers, non-tariff barriers and subsidies", it said.
The German foreign minister, Heiko Maas, on Sunday called on European nations to stick together following Trump's announcement.
"Instead, we act then too".
"We have done just that at this summit, registering our deep disappointment at the unjustified decision by the U.S. to apply tariffs to European Union steel and aluminium imports".
"I don't want us to keep inflating our language", she added, saying the word "depressed" was "already a lot, coming from me", in an ironic reference to her usual unflappable appearance.