G7 photograph memifies Trump diplomacy

Russia should be in G7 whether you like it or not’ – Trump says on way to summit

Donald Trump speaks as he departs the White House on his way to the G7 Summit in Canada

President Donald Trump on Saturday said the United States will not endorse a G7 communique via a tweet that accused Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of making "false statements".

"Our Tariffs are in response to his of 270% on dairy!" the USA president tweeted.

President Donald Trump said Saturday at the Group of Seven summit in Quebec, Canada, that the United States would "stop trading" with some of its closest allies unless they change what he believes to be unfair trade policies.

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

Mr. Trump addressed the subject of worldwide trade during an impromptu news conference at the summit on Saturday, saying that he does not want to see other countries take advantage of the USA over trade. We will stand by them and anyone who would depart from them, once their back was turned, shows their incoherence and inconsistency. "Kim must not see American weakness".

Over the course of the summit, the President pushed the narrative that the U.S.is a victim of a trade imbalance, though European leaders rejected these claims. "Our tariffs are in response to his of 270 per cent on dairy!"

"We have to have deals that are fair", Trump said. President Trump is sitting alone on one side of a table. "But he also pledged to retaliate against the United States tariffs on steel and aluminum products in defense of Canadian workers".

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White House aide Larry Kudlow tells CNN's "State of the Union" says Trudeau has done a "great disservice" to the G-7 by saying Canada had to stand up for itself and that the US was responsible for the problem with tariffs.

Sen. Dianne Feinstein, California Democrat, said it's one thing for Mr. Trump to get angry, but quite another to ditch the agreement.

She said the European Union would "act" against the USA trade measures, which European leaders regard as going against the rules of the World Trade Organization.

Asked about Navarro's comments, Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland said, according to reporter Daniel Dale, "Canada does not conduct its diplomacy through ad hominem attacks".

French President Emmanuel Macron had labelled the summit a success before Trump's Twitter posts, saying there was relief within the G7 that an escalation of the trade dispute had been avoided.

But Trump said that the notion that the G7 summit was in any way contentious was "fake news", telling reporters Saturday that the conference had been "so wonderful".

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's eyebrow has become the unexpected star of the G7 summit, prompting online speculation after it appeared to slide down his face.

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