Donald Trump says Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau has "learned" a lesson after criticising him, and it will cost Canada "a lot of money". Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., did not return an email requesting comment Monday, however Sanders criticized Trump's escalation of tariffs on Canada and other allies as "haphazard and reckless" earlier this month. "I own that, that was my mistake, my words", he said at a Journal conference. "But actually we were just talking, the whole group, about something unrelated to everything, very friendly".
Trump - by then in the air, bound for Singapore to meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un - vented on Twitter. I think he should apologize to the prime minister. "Other than he had a news conference that he had because he assumed I was in an airplane and I wasn't watching", Trump said.
"That's going to cost a lot of money for the people of Canada; he learned", Mr Trump said wagging his finger.
Trump followed through on his tweet by pulling USA support for a G-7 communique.
Mr Trump also explained the photo that went viral from the G-7 summit.
They were also thankful for the trade we do with the USA, our military aid, the underground railroad, the refugee program, our inclusivity and, of course, hockey and Tim Hortons.
He also justified the newly imposed tariffs on Mexico, Canada and the European Union citing national security concerns, which their oldest ally has evidently found to be "insulting".
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Now, six of them are fighting to take it back. "But with everything that's at stake right now, we can not let up". She said Taylor has failed to do enough to address climate change and sea-level rise, which plagues the region.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, facing the threat of a trade war from U.S. President Donald Trump, has unanimous domestic support for now but to keep a firm hold on power must wring concessions from an unwilling powerful dairy lobby in order to mollify Washington.
United States shipments of the proteins have now tapered off, and the new price class also allowed Canadian processors to produce skim milk powder at a low enough price to compete globally.
The American processors, he continued, producing more than the domestic market can handle, sell their dairy products which can't be sold domestically onto the world market at a cut price, affecting foreign markets and further lowering the world price.
Dairy farmers have an outsized influence in Canadian politics, as they are concentrated in the vote-rich provinces of Ontario and Quebec.
He and other USA politicians have long demanded Canada's system of domestic dairy protections either be abolished or heavily modified to give American exports a bigger share. "Trump might not know what he really wants", says Toronto-based trade lawyer Cyndee Todgham Cherniak.
David Henig, a former trade negotiator from the United Kingdom who worked on trade talks with the United States, told CNNMoney last week that obsessing over tariffs on goods is "completely bizarre" because they're already so low.