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Trump says 'let Russia back in' as he heads to G-7 summit

In a flurry of tweets from Air Force One, en route to Singapore for a historic summit with North Korea's Kim Jong-un, Trump accused Justin Trudeau, Canada's prime minister and host of the summit in Quebec, of being "very dishonest".

Although Trump says the tariffs are necessary to protect United States industry, Canada and the European Union have denounced them as illegal and are preparing retaliatory measures.

New Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte threw his weight on Friday behind U.S. President Donald Trump's call for Russian Federation to be included once more into Group of Seven meetings.

The Canadian leader and French President Emanuel Macron appeared together for a joint press conference when his left eyebrow appeared to fall abnormally below his right one, prompting many social media users to accuse Trudeau of wearing "fake brows".

And Roland Paris, a former foreign policy adviser to Trudeau, jabbed Mr. Trump on Twitter: "Big tough guy once he's back on his airplane".

Trump made the remarks before he departed Charlevoix, Canada, after meeting with world leaders.

David Akin wonders if Canada and its G7 allies can trust the U.S.?

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Trump threatened that the United States will stop trading with countries that maintain tariffs on his country's exports, particularly in the agricultural sector, and that he has launched the idea of eliminating all trade duties, because "ultimately that's what you want".

Trudeau said he had reiterated to Trump, who left the G-7 meeting before it ended, that tariffs would harm industries and workers on both sides of the U.S. According to Trudeau, he told the president that Canadians may be polite and reasonable but they will not be pushed around and that his nation doesn't "relish" putting tariffs on US goods and services but is willing to do so.

Trudeau reiterated it is unacceptable to include Canada in 232 national security tariffs, Xinhua reported.

The White House is quietly trying to fix the American government's fractured relationship with Canada as President Donald Trump is in Singapore to meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, Politico reported Monday.

During the recent G7 summit in La Malbaie, Que., U.S. President Donald Trump called on Canada to dismantle the supply management system, which includes tariffs on imported dairy products.

White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow also said Sunday that Trudeau "really kind of stabbed us in the back". He also attacked Trudeau's character, calling the Liberal Party leader meek, weak and dishonest. "The phrase I've used is engage but beware", she told Britain's Sky News.

According to the Quebec newspaper, talks quickly disintegrated after that and word spread that Trump was planning to hold his own private press conference before leaving the summit early. We protect Europe (which is good) at great financial loss, and then get unfairly clobbered on Trade. The compromise on that issue resulted in language that said "free, fair, and mutually beneficial trade and investment, while creating reciprocal benefits, are key engines for growth and job creation".

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