Published: Wed, June 13, 2018

Trump trade adviser apologises for insulting Trudeau

Trump trade adviser apologises for insulting Trudeau

However, the G7 summit was overshadowed by United States president Donald Trump's trade policy to impose tariffs on metals to EU, Canada and Mexico together with the fact that he left before the official climate talks begin showing his distinct stance to drop off the Paris agreement.

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It started with the tariffs on steel and aluminum that were imposed on Canada and other G7 nations by Donald Trump.

Bruce Heyman, who was USA ambassador to Canada during President Barack Obama's administration, called on Navarro in a tweet to formally apologize to Trudeau for his "insulting and inappropriate remarks".

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All in all, the U.S. president is, once again, out of tune with even his own allies on key issues, including trade and gender equality guidelines.

Trump made his comments in a wide-ranging news conference in Singapore following his historic summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. "I had a very good meeting with the G-7. I left the meeting and I'll be honest, we are being taken advantage of by virtually by every one of those countries".

Trump said a photograph released by German Chancellor Angela Merkel's spokesman that went viral captured a friendlier mood than what the snapshot conveyed to many analysts. He said, "The picture with Angela Merkel, where I am sitting on the chair, we were just talking and waiting for documents". "He informed with absolute certainty and firmness as tension over steel and aluminium duties continue to portend to a full-blown global trade war, "I don't want to hurt American workers, they are our neighbours and our friends", adding, "[however] My job is to stand for Canadian workers, Canadian interests and I will do that, without flinching".

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