The United States and Canada are facing a diplomatic and trade crisis as top White House advisers hurled insults at Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Monday morning, accusing him of "stabbing the U.S. in the back".
"Others too followed suit, referencing President Trump's Saturday night twitter attack on Trudeau Another twitter user said, 'Justin Trudeau's eyebrows just stole my whiskey and drove off in my vehicle".
Trudeau promised to fight back by slapping his own tariffs on American goods.
"Very disappointing and childish and unprofessional behavior [from Trudeau]", Gorka said while on Fox & Friends on Monday.
Earlier, Trump was provoking his fellow G7 leaders by calling for Russia's reinstatement in the group, after it was kicked out for invading Ukraine four years ago.
Trump also tweets that he instructed US officials not to endorse the joint communique agreed upon by G7 leaders.
"When we disagree with our allies on something it is right that we say so and air the issue openly and frankly", she said at a news conference.
Mulroney's role as a former prime minister advising an opposing party is unique to him throughout Canada's history and is indicative of the alignment between the two main federal parties over the trade file.
"There's a special place in hell for any foreign leader that engages in bad faith diplomacy with Donald J. Trump", said Peter Navarro, a top Trump trade advisor. In London, Mayor Sadiq Khan said he hoped Trump would reconsider policies such as the recent increase in tariffs on steel and aluminum from Europe, China, Mexico, Canada and elsewhere.
About trade matters, which Trump admitted has become the main topic of discussion at the G7 Summit at La Malbaie, the US President said his country is being treated unfairly by everyone and that he's "going to deal with the unfair trade practices" of other G7 members.More news: FCC leader promises better Internet as net neutrality rules expire
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Two Trump advisers have used television interviews to attack Trudeau following the summit.
The motion also strongly opposes the "illegitimate tariffs imposed by the United States government against Canadian steel and aluminum workers" and voices collective support for Canada's supply management system for dairy and poultry industries, which has become the target of Trump's ire lately.
White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow and trade adviser Peter Navarro drove the message home in an extraordinary assault on a close United States ally and neighbour.
Justin Trudeau did a press conference. "Well, the in-factual, the non-factual part of this was they have enormous tariffs", Kudlow said.
White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
A Trudeau spokesman, Cameron Ahmad, said Saturday night that Trudeau "said nothing he hasn't said before - both in public and in private conversations" with Trump.
After Trump departed for Singapore for a highly anticipated meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, Trudeau criticized Trump for triggering a trade dispute and said Canada would retaliate with tariffs against the U.S.
"That's unconscionable", Heyman said."Anybody who represents the United States of America from the White House using that kind of language with any world leader of any type, I think is uncalled for".
He also asked why he should allow countries to amass "Massive Trade Surpluses, as they have for decades, while our Farmers, Workers & Taxpayers have such a big and unfair price to pay?"