Trudeau criticism will cost Canada 'a lot of money'

White House aide apologises over 'special place in hell' comment

Photos taken just 48 hours apart show the contrast between Trump's G7 talks and his summit with Kim Jong Un

Trump issued a statement on Tuesday in which he promised Trudeau's statements would end up costing Canada "a lot of money".

"I know it didn't look friendly", Trump said.

At an event hosted by the Wall Street Journal, Mr Navarro said he had made a mistake.

As we've argued elsewhere, Trump appears to be targeting allies as a means of rupturing their mindset-convincing them that they are no longer deserving of American coddling just because of their geopolitical status.

"If you make a mistake, you should it admit it, learn from it, don't repeat it", Navarro said. "You can't do that".

"On (Trump's) comments, I'm going to stay focused on defending jobs for Canadians and supporting Canadian interests", he said.

Trump, who had criticised Trudeau after the G7 meeting in Canada on the weekend, said the United States had a big trade deficit with Canada, and "a little balance" was needed.

Other leaders of the G-7, including the United Kingdom, France and Germany - which were also hit by Trump's steel tariffs - came to Trudeau's defense.

"I'm pretty sure that circles of hell are not reserved for Canadians proposing retaliatory tariffs", said Texas Republican Sen.




At a press conference Saturday, Trudeau recommitted to imposing retaliatory tariffs on U.S. goods in response to Trump's steel and aluminum tariffs.

Canada controls dairy supplies, prices and imports, and the system has recently become the main target of Trump's verbal attacks amid talks toward a new trade agreement.

Trump followed through on his tweet by pulling USA support for a G-7 communique.

The president's staff then blasted Trudeau on Sunday with economic advisor Larry Kudlow accusing Canada of stabbing the U.S.in the back.

Navarro had told Fox News on Sunday that there was a "special place in hell" for the Canadian prime minister that "engages in bad-faith diplomacy" with U.S. President Donald Trump.

"The meeting on Monday in Singapore with respect to North Korea - that holds important potential for the peace and security of the world", Goodale told FOX Business' Stuart Varney Wednesday on "Varney & Co".

On Wednesday, it was officially confirmed that the United Bid, which includes Canada, Mexico, and the USA, would be hosting the FIFA World Cup 2026. "Politicians can get into disagreements and they can have heated disputes but you have to think about where does this go, how bad could it get and the disputes are over a really, really small share of GDP". Perhaps they were trying to show the power they have. It's either 17 but could actually be 100 billion. Americans are thankful for Canadian artists like Leonard Cohen, Celine Dion and Drake as well as more significant historical acts like when the people of Gander, Newfoundland took in those whose planes were grounded in the town following the 9/11 attacks.

Navarro's remarks strained the already tense negotiations between the United States and Canada.

Bloomberg reports that a 25 per cent tariff on imported vehicles could lead consumers to do one of three things.

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