Trump SLAMS Canada’s Trudeau Over G7 Comments — ARCTIC BLAST

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Addressing the feud between his administration and Canada, Trump said at a news conference Tuesday in Singapore that Trudeau had "learned" his lesson.

"At this moment in our history with our US neighbours, Canadians need to know that all sides of this House stand united as one", Ramsey said.

Note that Navarro expressed regret only for the language, not the message, which is that Trudeau had better show President Trump more deference in the future.

Minnesota companies will be hit with huge tariffs on products they export to Canada starting July 1.

Also on Monday, former Trump aide and a former Breitbart editor Sebastian Gorka criticized Trudeau, calling him "childish".

Canadian lawmakers unanimously voted to oppose the U.S.' "illegitimate tariffs" on Canadian steel and aluminum and condemned disparaging statements made by the Trump administration about Canada.

"Don't take the bait, don't dance this dance of countervailing insults and emotional outbursts. These guys just pulled away and punched Canada in the face, and I think it was a line crossed and a bridge too far". We just shook hands. "So you're looking at a million jobs here in Ontario".

Jerry Dias the head of Unifor, Canada's largest auto workers union, says the economic impact would be huge. "But if history tells us one thing, it's that no one nation's preeminence is eternal", she said. President Trump withdrew from the communique in a fit of rage on Saturday. "That's what weak, dishonest Justin Trudeau did, and that comes right from Air Force One".

"We will continue to conduct our diplomacy the Canadian way, that is, being positive and constructive and firm in defending the interests of our industries.in diplomacy it doesn't really matter about personal feelings and personal comments", said Trade Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne when asked about the apology.

Tweeting from Singapore where he's scheduled to hold a nuclear summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, Trump wrote: "Sorry, we can not let our friends, or enemies, take advantage of us on trade anymore".

The president concluded his tweetstorm by saying, "Sorry, we can not let our friends, or enemies, take advantage of us on Trade anymore".

"Not fair to the PEOPLE of America!" He learned. That's going to cost a lot of money for the people of Canada. And, if I may quote the words of the great Bear Bryant, "when you make a mistake you should admit it, learn from it, don't repeat it". They didn't want me to see it, but we found it.

At the same time, Easter said, business owners were expressing support for the Trudeau government in trying to de-escalate what has become a trade war.

So what exactly is Canada's threat to the U.S.? Trump's chief economic adviser Larry Kudlow accused Trudeau of "stabbing the United States in the back" and said Trump's Canadian counterpart had attempted to undermine the president on the eve of an important summit with North Korea. It also acknowledges that they stand by the Trudeau government's retaliatory tariffs and other trade measures.

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