Pres. Trump takes more swipes at Canada after arrival in Singapore

US President Donald Trump accuses India of charging 100 per cent tariff on some imports

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The joint communique was published online before Trump tweeted his disapproval after comments made by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on the new trade tariffs.

KUDLOW: Kim must not see American weakness.

On Friday, Trump called for Russian Federation to be added to the summit to restore it the G8, a statement that Nebraska Republican Sen.

June 6 - Trudeau tells Global National that he's "disappointed" at the reasoning behind Trump's tariffs, saying he doesn't understand "in what universe" a long-time ally of the US could be considered a national security threat.

Asked what Trudeau did that amounted to betrayal, Kudlow criticized the Canadian leader for holding a press conference in which he called USA tariffs "insulting".

In a series of tweets after his departure, Trump said the USA paid "close to the entire cost of Nato" to protect countries that "rip us off on trade".

Trump also renewed attacks on Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who had hosted the G7 meeting in Quebec.

Meanwhile, Kudlow, speaking the "Face the Nation" on Sunday, said that Trudeau "should've known better."

Trudeau also said Canada would move forward with retaliatory measures on July 1 in response to tariffs on steel and aluminium imports into the U.S. from Canada, Mexico and European Union (EU) countries announced by Trump on May 31.

Lindsey Graham, disagreed with his statement on Twitter, saying even though he and McCain believe in free trade, the majority of Americans might not. Trudeau stuck our president in the back.

After bashing Trudeau and the other attendees, President Trump's top economic advisor actually took to CNN Sunday morning, claiming Prime Minister Trudeau "stabbed" America "in the back".

In the brief photo opportunity that started their bilateral meeting on the sidelines of the fractious G7 summit, Trump followed Trudeau's diplomatic introduction by joking that Trudeau had backed down on retaliatory tariffs. UK Prime Minister Theresa May stood with Trudeau on the issue of trade.

MPs speaking to The Canadian Press said they've heard from constituents who are anxious about the implications of Trump's assertions, and it's expected the weekend's war of words will be a focus during question period on Monday afternoon. "So at this summit, we expressed deep disappointment at the unjustified decision of the United States to apply tariffs to steel and aluminum imports".

Germany and France are also standing by the jointly agreed communique.

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

Mr. Trump insisted relationships with allies were a "10" just before he left the summit.

In the end, Trump never visited the sessions on climate or the ocean, but held its own news conference, where he slammed "unfair trade" and promised to cut ties with countries that didn't adhere to a "zero tariffs", policy, then leaving for a summit in Singapore. 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".

Lucey reported from Singapore and Thomas from Washington.

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