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France Calls Out Donald Trump's 'Fits Of Anger' After G7 Outburst

11 June 2018

We will also definitely go into talks with our ... partners, especially Canada and Japan, and again see how we could work closer together. We agreed. We compromised on the communique.

Trump negotiated in good faith on the communique agreed by the other members of the G7, only to have Trudeau criticize USA policy after he left, Kudlow said.

Navarro also said "there's a special place in hell" for any foreign leader engaging in "bad faith diplomacy" with Trump, referring to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. "And we don't want there to be one", the French leader said during a joint press conference Trudeau in Ottawa.

Trump was doing Trudeau a favor by coming to Quebec for the G7 when he "had bigger things on his plate" with the North Korean summit.

Trump left Quebec before the G-7 Summit had ended to head to Singapore, ahead of a highly anticipated meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, a longtime foe of the United States.

U.S. President Donald Trump throws the G7's efforts to show a united front into disarray after he became angry with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and instructed his representatives NOT to endorse the summit's joint communique.

That tweet was followed a second message: "PM Justin Trudeau of Canada acted so meek and mild during our @G7 meetings only to give a news conference after I left saying that, "US Tariffs were kind of insulting" and he 'will not be pushed around.' Very dishonest & weak. Canadians are polite, we are reasonable, but we will also not be pushed around".

White House trade adviser Peter Navarro on Sunday blasted Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, saying there was a "special place in hell" for the foreign leader because he disagrees with President Donald Trump on trade.

Following Trudeau's statements, Mr. Trump retracted his endorsement of the final statement from the G7, tweeting on Air Force One on the way to Singapore that he had instructed USA representatives "not to endorse" the missive.

Responding to Trump's proposal, Italy's new Prime Minister Guiseppe Conte tweeted on Friday: "I agree with President @realDonaldTrump: Russia should re-enter the G8".

The Illinois Democrat acknowledged that Trudeau's tough talk with Trump may play well domestically, but said it would have longer-term negative implications.

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The eight-page statement also included joint commitments to ensure that Iran will "never seek, develop or acquire a nuclear weapon" as well as demands for Russian Federation to stop undermining Western democracies. Trump tweeted Saturday night.

Trump reportedly missed Trudeau's opening remarks and walked in when Isabelle Hudon, Canada's ambassador to France and co-chair of the gender equality advisory council, was speaking.

"We spent two days to obtain a text and commitments".

"We are convinced that a modernization is perfectly possible, we are convinced that common sense will triumph", she said.

Mrs May - who he did not name as a leader he had a great relationship with - says his steel tariffs are "unjustified".

Trump's change of heart appeared to have been invoked by Trudeau's comments on Trump's steel and aluminum tariffs against Canada and other allies.

In a trade war, Trump told reporters that the United States has nothing to lose. "They know it", he insisted in his departing news conference.

France Calls Out Donald Trump's 'Fits Of Anger' After G7 Outburst