Friday, 22 June, 2018

Trump says Trudeau's G7 comments will cost Canadians a lot of money

Trump Adviser Apologizes For Saying Trudeau 'Deserved Special Place In Hell' Trump: Trudeau criticism will cost Canada 'a lot of money'
Deanna Wagner | 13 June, 2018, 03:49

Trump agreed with the language in the communique from the summit in Canada Friday and Saturday, but took offense at criticism of USA tariffs by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at his news conference after Trump left early.

However, the office of the US Trade Representative has said the United States ran an $8.4 billion trade surplus with Canada in 2017. And Finance Minister Bill Morneau is also planning to meet with his American counterpart, Steve Mnuchin, in Washington this week as well.

"Moreover if one was being really pedantic, one would have to say that the honorable gentleman's question did not contain a main verb", House of Commons Speaker John Bercow chimed in.

Smith further said Trump's latest attitude towards Trudeau isn't a new thing and he has "been kicking allies in the teeth his whole presidency".

The prime minister's silence on Monday came in sharp contrast to a roar of disapproval among Canadian politicians, who banded together across party lines to denounce Trump's attack and praise the bilateral and trading relationship between the two neighbours. -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".

They were also thankful for the trade we do with the USA, our military aid, the underground railroad, the refugee program, our inclusivity and, of course, hockey and Tim Hortons.

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Still, other Trump advisers had taken up the attack in appearances on Sunday's news shows, levelling more withering and unprecedented criticism against Trudeau, branding him a back-stabber unworthy of Trump's time.

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"My job was to send a signal of strength", Navarro said Tuesday at a Wall Street Journal event. "I mean the problem is that we're dealing with a schoolyard bully and his henchmen", he said.

"I'm not sure what activity he's asking me to undertake with either", May said amid laughter.

While foreign policy issues such as North Korea do not usually have much bearing on the polls, Mr Trump's outburst against Nato allies, the European Union and Canada appeared aimed at striking a chord with voters who support his America First agenda. He learned. You can't do that. "You can't do that".

Peter Navarro says his job was to send a "signal of strength" after Trudeau's post-G7 news conference sent the USA president into a fit of pique that threw the summit into disarray. Other than he had a news conference because he assumed I was on an airplane and wasn't watching. And I say, 'Push him around?

In response to the massive steel and aluminium tariffs imposed by the Trump administration, Canada which is one of the largest exporters of the same spoke out against the exorbitant duties.

"It's very unfair to our farmers, and it's very unfair to the people of our country", he said.

Blasting Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for being dishonest and weak during the summit, Trump pulled out from the carefully crafted final agreement, hours after calling it "tremendously successful".

Trump's extraordinary outburst in recent days appeared aimed at striking a chord with voters who support his "America First" agenda.