Trump ‘destroys trust’ with G7 tweets: Germany

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"They have tariffs on certain dairy and food products - 290 [to] 295 percent".

A Democratic congressman chastised Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Sunday for "sabotaging" trade negotiations as the fallout from this weekend's tense G7 summit continues, lending President Trump some bipartisan support as the war of words between the two countries escalates.

"All Justin Trudeau had to do was take the win", Navarro said.

"The American President may not mind being isolated, but neither do we mind signing a 6 country agreement if need be", French Prime Minister, Emmanuel Macron tweeted in response.

Tensions between the US and the European Union (EU) have grown since Trump's recent announcement that he would impose steep tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from the EU, Canada and Mexico.

In an attack on Canada's "very dishonest and weak" Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Mr Trump revealed he was tearing up the agreed communique from the G7 gathering in Charlevoix, Canada. She renewed her call for Europe to take a more forceful role in global affairs and said the European Union won't be "take for a ride" in its trade conflict with the U.S. Mr Trump - who has a history of hair-trigger responses to slights - landed in Singapore on Sunday for the Tuesday (June 12) summit meeting with Mr Kim.

While at the Summit in Quebec, Canada, Trump blasted the foreign leaders who were there with him as they jointly were supposed to come up with new solutions and possibilities for trade.

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

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Donald Trump and Justin Trudeau have been at loggerheads over trade tariffs

Trump also backtracked on his previous agreement to endorse the G7 communique, leaving the US off the joint statement released by six other world leaders addressing issues like trade cooperation and Iran's nuclear program.

"Ultimately that's what you want", Trump said. Trump has said that Russian Federation should have been readmitted to the negotiations. He added, "Canadians, we're polite, we're reasonable, but we also will not be pushed around".

"Tariffs are going to come way down because we people can not continue to do that".

Trump and Trudeau exchanged barbs after a highly contentious G-7 meeting resulted in a press conference in which Trudeau promised not to be pushed around.

But Mr Trump had already said he would not hesitate to shut countries out of the USA market if they retaliate against his tariffs.

On Sunday, key aides to Mr. Trump piled on in USA television interviews, accusing Mr. Trudeau of a "betrayal" and warning there was a "special place in hell" for him.

"And so began a long litany of recriminations, somewhat bitter reports that the United States was treated unfairly, that the trading system was totally unfavorable to the United States, the American economy, American workers, the middle class", the official said.

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