Macron said this at a press conference with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu when asked about a CNN report on Monday, June 4, that said that a phone call between him and Trump last week was "terrible", the report added.
The French president was speaking alongside the Canadian prime minister, Justin Trudeau, who is hosting the G7 summit in Quebec amid sharp disagreements between the U.S. president and the six other leaders of industrialized liberal democracies over trade, climate change and the nuclear deal with Iran.
Macron also said today, that the United States should not prevent other nations from keeping the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, warning Washington against pushing Iran itself out of the agreement.
Macron's stance emerged as world leaders converged upon Canada for the summit and echo German Chancellor Angela Merkel's vow to challenge Trump on trade and climate change at the summit.
Trump bragged at a fundraising speech later that month that he made up facts in a meeting with Trudeau, claiming the us runs a trade deficit with its biggest ally.
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After the US announced it would impose the tariffs, a senior official told The Canadian Press that the chances of striking any deal on NAFTA - ever - had "just fallen through the floor".
Macron took his metaphor further, explaining that "in Paris we're not in the habit of commenting on how it went-if it's hot, if it's cold, if it's warm, if it's awful".
Macron had so far taken a more conciliatory tone with Trump, whom he calls his "friend".
The tariffs, which Trump's administration announced on May 31, impose a 25 percent tax on imported steel and a 10 percent tax on imported aluminum.
He would have a "useful" and "frank" exchange with Mr Trump at the G7 summit in Canada tomorrow and Saturday about both issues.
He and Macron also noted that the tariffs would hurt American workers.
The French president said he likes to keep his cards close to his vest and not reveal too much to the media.
Anticipating a tense two days in Quebec, Trump has complained about having to attend the summit, particularly since it comes just before his high-stakes meeting in Singapore with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, said two people with knowledge of his thinking.