Trump says would be 'positive' to return Russian Federation to G8

Trump says would be 'positive' to return Russian Federation to G8

Trump says would be 'positive' to return Russian Federation to G8

On Saturday, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had a fallout with Trump when he held a press conference after the latter departed Quebec to attend the North Korea summit in Singapore.

Trump's apparent threat to end USA trade deals with top allies came as he feuded with French President Emmanuel Macron, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and other leaders over the trade war he instigated late last month.

US President Donald Trump issued a volley of tweets on Monday venting anger on some of Washington's closest North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies over the United State's trade deficit, following a divisive G7 meeting in Canada.

In her own tweet, Green Party leader Elizabeth May says Trudeau is handling what she calls Trump's outbursts and bullying as well as anyone, and that all Canadian leaders need to support the prime minister.

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.

But, he said, the US could no longer tolerate "brutal" deals, even threatening to tear up the North American Free Trade Agreement if he didn't get his way. Right after leaving the meet and Canada, Trump tweeted, "Justin acts hurt when called out!".

Reacting to the same, Trump's chief economic adviser Larry Kudlow said, "Trudeau really kind of stabbed us in the back".

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US President Donald Trump has imposed a 25 per cent tariff on import of steel from Canada and another 15 per cent on aluminium using the "national security interest" provisions of the existing American laws. President Trump is sitting alone on one side of a table.

"Walk into a summit meeting with the largest economies in the world, all U.S. Allies".

In a pair of tweets, Trump lashed out at his G-7 host, accusing its leader of being dishonest and weak and contending that Canada had taken advantage of US interests.

British Prime Minister Theresa May, who also attended the G7 summit in Canada, stood with Trudeau on the issue of trade.

"What we have is a country here in the United States, which has the lowest tariffs in the world, lowest non-tariff barriers in the world", said Peter Navarro, a White House trade adviser, on CNN in March.

"I understand the president was upset", Mr. Feinstein told CNN.

"There's a special place in hell for any foreign leader that engages in bad faith diplomacy with President Donald J. Trump". I mean, we have India, where some of the tariffs are 100 per cent, ' Trump said while speaking on unfair trade ties.

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