Trump adviser says Trudeau 'stabbed us in the back' at G7 summit

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President Trump's chief economic adviser accused Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of stabbing the USA and fellow G-7 negotiators in the back with "amateurish" verbal attacks during a domestic press conference.

After departing from the Quebec summit for Singapore, Trump tweeted that Trudeau's remarks at a news conference, where he said Canada would not be pushed around, "were very dishonest and weak".

Trump called Trudeau "dishonest & weak" after Trudeau said during a news conference that Canada would retaliate for new US tariffs.

White House trade adviser Peter Navarro said Sunday that there is a "special place in hell" for leaders like Canadian Primer Minister Justin Trudeau who, Navarro said, had engaged in "bad diplomacy".

Trump's feud with Trudeau actually started one day before the G7 Summit when Trump took to Twitter to call out Trudeau and French Prime Minister Emmanuel Macron but hit peak-crazy after Trump left the G7 Summit and headed off to Singapore.

But, he said, the USA could no longer tolerate "brutal" deals, even threatening to tear up the North American Free Trade Agreement if he didn't get his way. Justin Trudeau wears fake eyebrows and takes really good care of us most of the time.

"Kim must not see American weakness", Kudlow said.

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Trump, who is in Singapore for negotiations with North Korea, continued to rip into United States trading partners late Sunday night Eastern Time, repeating complaints about the U.S. trade deficit and contributions to NATO.

Mr Trump posted a string of tweets attacking the Canadian prime minister's personality just hours after leaving the divisive meeting in Quebec.

Friday morning he was spitting again: "Canada charges the US a 270% tariff on Dairy Products!"

On Sunday, Mrs Merkel labelled Mr Trump's use of Twitter to withdraw from the G7 communique on trade "sobering and a bit depressing".

His comment sparked a new diplomatic spat between Trudeau and the Trump administration and led Chancellor Merkel to criticize Trump's handling of the matter.

The world leaders made it clear they disagreed with Trump's decision to impose higher import taxes on aluminium and steel imports from the EU, Canada and Mexico.

Justin Trudeau and President Trump participate in the working session at the G7 summit on Friday.

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"Canadians, we're polite, we're reasonable, but we also will not be pushed around".

Kudlow says Trudeau's actions were a "sophomoric play" and says the prime minister stabbed his U.S. allies in the back, which he argues did a great disservice to the whole G7.

France has warned that "fits of anger" can not not dictate worldwide cooperation after US President Donald Trump abruptly rejected a previously agreed joint statement in the wake of a fractious Group of Seven (G7) summit in Canada.

Europe's answer must be to stick even closer together, defend its interests and strengthen alliances with countries such as Japan and Canada, Mr Maas said.

"I don't blame other leaders for that", Trump said.

He said USA farmers had been harmed by tariffs and other barriers and warned that USA trading partners would need to provide him with more favorable terms: "It's going to stop or we'll stop trading with them". "And that's what bad faith Justin Trudeau did at that stunt press conference".

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