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Trump Feuds With Leaders of France, Canada Before Summit

June 23 2018, 04:33 | Irvin Gilbert

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After an intense week of public back and forth, Prime Minster Justin Trudeau and US President Donald Trump are set to meet face-to-face in Canada on Friday.

Trump announced in March that he was imposing tariffs on imports of steel and aluminum, but he temporarily granted a waiver to U.S allies like Canada, Mexico and the European Union, and also to China, as his administration said trade talks were continuing.

In her dealings with Macron and other leaders, Janning said, Merkel has been attempting "to at least keep the consensus among the other countries intact".

Earlier, Trump tweeted that traditional allies Canada and France were "charging the USA massive tariffs and create non-monetary barriers". "That's the best option we have today", Macron told reporters.

Aides are concerned that Trump may not agree to the joint statement that is typically put out by the participating countries at the end of the summit, according to The Post. Ask some people in Canada and they would very much feel it was their war, marked by American aggression.

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According to CNN, the two leaders were discussing on May 25 new USA tariffs imposed on steel and aluminum imports from Canada. "The impact on Canada and ultimately on workers in the US won't be a laughing matter". It's exhausting. Not only is Trump launching a pointless trade war against our three closest allies and four largest trading partners, but now apparently he's lecturing heads of state on history that never happened.

The US President has made it clear he sees the gathering of the leaders of the world's seven biggest economies as a distraction and has not arranged any bilateral meetings amid the continuing row over his decision to impose tariffs on steel and aluminium.

CEA Chair Kevin Hassett, whose office is responsible for the internal analysis, avoided answering numerous questions about economic effects of Trump's tariffs during a White House press briefing on Tuesday.

It also comes hours after Trudeau said that it is "inconceivable and quite frankly insulting" that the Trump administration would invoke national security in justifying the tariffs.

According to CNN, the comments came during a call between Trump and Trudeau discussing U.S. Given that Trump doesn't even know the words to God Bless America, I think it's safe to say that this line was exactly as dumb and ill-informed as it sounds*. Soldiers reportedly sat down to eat a meal made of leftover food from the White House scullery using White House dishes and silver before ransacking the presidential mansion and setting it ablaze.

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