Closer home, Indian Twitter users spotted an opportunity to make the photo more relatable by editing Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Trump's place, asking when they would receive the Rs 15 lakhs Bharatiya Janata Party leaders promised each Indian would receive if they were voted into power in 2014.
At an event hosted by the Journal, Navarro said he had made a mistake, according to the newspaper.
Navarro apologized Tuesday, saying he used language that was "inappropriate".
Trudeau said that if Trump insisted on slapping steep tariffs on imported Canadian steel and aluminum, Canada would respond with retaliatory tariffs on USA imports.
The comments dashed hopes that Trump had moved on from what he believed to be was a "dishonest" action by Trudeau.
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Unbowed, Trump tweeted anew Monday morning from Singapore, repeating his criticism of US trade policies with Canada - he also took aim at Germany - in a multitweet rant that went beyond 200 words all told. -Canada border. Trudeau told reporters that imposing retaliatory measures "is not something I relish doing" but that he wouldn't hesitate to do so because "I will always protect Canadian workers and Canadian interests".
"And I see the television and he's giving a news conference about how he will not be pushed around by the United States and I say push him around?".
"Justin probably didn't know that Air Force has about 20 televisions", Trump said. Donald Tusk, the president of the European Council, tweeted "there is a special place in heaven" for Mr. Trudeau. Kudlow explained on CNN that the administration was lashing out at Trudeau to show Kim that Trump was not weak.
"We have a big trade deficit with Canada".
"Obviously we support the continuing efforts by the President on North Korea", the Canadian prime minister said. But more importantly, he should apologize to the Canadian public.
The horror! Who could have predicted that when Trump imposed steel and aluminum tariffs against Canada - citing national security concerns - the Canadians wouldn't be happy and might strike back?
Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr said Canada has worked hard for decades to establish good relations with the USA and "we have no interest in turning up the heat".
In Singapore on Tuesday, Trump was firmly unapologetic.