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12 June 2018, 02:04 | Glen Norman
Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May told MPs that the G7 had been"a difficult summit with at times some very candid discussions"More
Last week, Canada hit back at Trump administration by announcing retaliatory tariffs on up to 16.6 billion Canadian dollars (12.8 billion US dollars) worth of USA steel and aluminum as well as a diverse list of other products.
Trudeau announced on Saturday that all G7 members had endorsed the joint communique; however, he noted that the US tariffs are "insulting" and Canada "will not be pushed around". The official North Korean news agency said Sunday Kim is prepared to talk about "denuclearization" and a "durable peace".
"Canada does not conduct its diplomacy through ad hominem attacks ... and we refrain particularly from ad hominem attacks when it comes from a close ally", Ms Freeland told reporters in Quebec City.
Mr Trump also said he might double down on import tariffs by hitting the sensitive auto industry, throwing the G7's efforts to show a united front into disarray.
The summit in Canada was deeply divisive and ended with a renewed threat of trade war on Saturday after Trump rejected an attempt to write a consensus statement and bitterly insulted the Canadian host.
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"Not only was Trump reluctant to go to the G7, but he also came with demands that include bringing Russian Federation back into the G7, which was nearly in itself a provocation".
Trump and Trudeau have been at odds ever since the United States announced in late May that Canada will no longer be exempt from steel and aluminum tariffs, a decision that Trudeau described as "totally unacceptable".
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"The Prime Minister said nothing he hasn't said before-both in public, and in private conversations with the President", the Prime Minister's Office said in a statement. Larry Kudlow, the National Economic Council director, said Trudeau "kind of stabbed us in the back" during the closing press conference.
President Trump is lashing out at Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau over trade issues. "I like to think that the cool approach is a good way, wait this thing out and see what the next shiny object is", Frazer said.
Asked how she had responded to Mr Trump's suggestion the G7 should be expanded to once again include Russia, Mrs May told Labour MP Ben Bradshaw: "There was a good reason why the G8 became the G7 and that was because of Russia's illegal annexation of Crimea".
"We can have disagreements but we don't have to be disagreeable", Heyman said. He says Canada won't be pushed around over the tariffs and we are reasonable people.
Saying Trudeau's statements are "amateurish" and "sophomoric" only "for domestic consumption", Kudlow said it was Trudeau's remarks that had prompted Trump to pull out of the joint communique. Navarro later clarified that his comments were "the sentiment that was on Air Force One after that".
And Americans are practically apologizing on behalf of their president.
"So that's clearly what was the frustration, but no I think that the judgment day that separates us from heaven or hell is not dependent upon whether you agree with the president or not, so I do not think that it is the official position", he said. "I'm unconcerned about our capacity to continue to do what we need to do". He reiterated his longstanding view that the USA has been taken advantage of in global trade, adding, "We're like the piggy bank that everybody's robbing, and that ends".
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