That's what week, dishonest Justin Trudeau did.
When pressed on how exactly Trudeau may have betrayed the US, Kudlow revealed that the White House was interpreting Trudeau's comments as a stunt created to threaten Trump's much-anticipated upcoming meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un this week.
US President Donald Trump boards Air Force One for a trip to Singapore to meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, at Canadian Forces Base Bagotville, in Canada, June 9, 2018. Trump refused to sign a previously-negotiated joint statement written by all seven countries, prompting French President Emmanuel Macron to say in a statement Sunday that "International cooperation can not be dictated by fits of anger and throwaway remarks ..."
"He held a press conference and he said the U.S.is insulting".
Canada uses fact-based arguments to drive home a point, says Chrystia Freeland.
In view of threatened United States tariffs on vehicle imports, which would particularly affect Germany, Grenell said that he was a "big auto fan" and knew how important the industry was. "The non-factual part of this is - they have enormous tariffs", Kudlow said.
"Don't blame Trump. It was Trudeau who started blasting Trump after he left, after the deals had been made".
White House trade adviser Peter Navarro followed with his insult for the ages during an interview with Fox News on Sunday.
"[Trudeau] really kind of stabbed us in the back", Mr Kudlow, the director of the National Economic Council who had accompanied Mr Trump to the G7 summit said on Monday morning on CNN.
But unity was torn apart when the United States president took exception to Mr Trudeau calling U.S. policy "insulting".More news: Entry of India, Pakistan strengthens security cooperation of SCO: Chinese official
Kim sped through the streets in a limousine after his arrival in Singapore, two large North Korean flags fluttering on the auto, surrounded by other black vehicles with tinted windows and bound for the luxurious and closely guarded St Regis Hotel.
The verbal volleys by Navarro and Trump's top economic adviser, Larry Kudlow, picked up where Trump had left off Saturday evening. "That will not stand", he noted.
Germany and France both issued robust responses to Mr Trump's decision to order U.S. officials not to endorse the communique.
"If they retaliate, they're making a mistake", Mr. Trump said.
"As far as this retaliation goes, the American press needs to do a much better job of what the Canadians are getting ready to do because it's nothing short of an attack on our political system and it's nothing short of Canada trying to raise its high protectionist barriers even higher on things like maple syrup and other goods", he said.
Trudeau had told reporters that Trump's decision to invoke national security to justify United States tariffs on steel and aluminum imports was "kind of insulting" to Canadian veterans who had stood by their United States allies in conflicts dating back to World War I.
"I have made it very clear to the President that it is not something we relish doing, but it something that we absolutely will do", Trudeau said.
Trump had previously criticized both leaders concerning trade issues with the United States. "We're like the piggy bank that everybody is robbing and that ends". "But we say that with great sadness".
May added, "We have agreed to stand ready to take further restrictive measures against Russian Federation if necessary". The G-7 also includes Britain, Italy, France, Germany and Japan.