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Trump warns Trudeau: Trade row 'will cost Canada a lot of money’

Trump warns Trudeau: Trade row 'will cost Canada a lot of money’

Trump's criticisms Tuesday were not as personally barbed as the Twitter storm he unleashed Sunday on Trudeau, when he called the prime minister "very dishonest and weak", among other things.

U.S. President Donald Trump meets with Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in a bilateral meeting at the G7 Summit in in Charlevoix, Quebec, Canada, June 8, 2018. "And I think what people need to do at this moment is take a step back", Hassett said.

"I used language that was inappropriate", he said, according to Journal reporters.

After the G-7 summit, Trudeau hosted a news conference where he said that the Canadian government "did not take" the USA tariffs against Canada lightly.

Trudeau pulled a "sophomoric political stunt for domestic consumption" that amounted to "a betrayal", said Kudlow, who appeared on CNN's "State of the Union" and CBS' "Face the Nation".

But the White House adviser did not say what precisely it was that Trudeau said at a press conference following the G-7 summit over the weekend that warranted the White House's aggressive response. "That's going to cost him a lot of money".

"On (Trump's) comments, I'm going to stay focused on defending jobs for Canadians and supporting Canadian interests".

Trump addressed the feud following his meetings with Kim in Singapore at a more than hour-long press conference.

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"I see the television and he's giving a news conference about how he "will not be pushed around" by the United States".

Trump says Trudeau "probably didn't know that Air Force One has about 20 televisions".

Navarro's apology came days after Trump's spat with Trudeau over trade and the Group of Seven (G7) summit in Canada.

Here's the point: In the space of less than 48 hours, the President of the United States attacked the leader of Canada as "very dishonest & weak" and praised the leader of North Korea for working toward a deal on the Korean peninsula. He reacted to Trudeau's remarks by withdrawing the USA from a G7 communique and criticising the prime minister fiercely by tweet.

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. "And this was particularly important on the eve of a far more important summit in Korea". That number shifts to a $17.5 billion trade deficit when services are excluded. "I don't understand the obsession with trade relations with Canada", he said on Fox's "Sunday Morning Futures", given that Canada is the biggest single buyer of American goods and services in the world.

"Sorry, we can not let our friends, or enemies, take advantage of us on trade any more".

Canada is preparing to impose retaliatory tariffs on American steel and aluminum at the end of the month.