Watching Trudeau's press conference from Air Force One on his way to Singapore, Trump took umbrage at the Canadian leader's voter-tailored message and angrily rejected the communique.
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"I believe this was an important step to show the solidarity and united front of Canada's Parliament against the deliberately divisive actions of the president of the United States after his visit to Canada and the G-7 meetings this weekend", said MP Tracey Ramsey, a member of the New Democratic Party who proposed the motion.
A video clip by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during a news conference at the G7 summit with his French counterpart Emmanuel Macaron raised a lot of eyebrows after his left eyebrow had lost the adhesive, which had come off.
Vehicles and vehicle parts accounted for 16% of Canada's CAD$7.4bn (US$5.7bn) of shipments in the first fourth months of 2018.More news: Indian PM Modi shares fitness video on social media
The G7 summit was a "difficult" occasion, Theresa May has told MPs, with "candid discussions" between the United States president and other world leaders. "He'll learn, he can't do that", Mr Trump said. He said, "The picture with Angela Merkel, where I am sitting on the chair, we were just talking and waiting for documents".
Trump continued: "It was very friendly". "He informed with absolute certainty and firmness as tension over steel and aluminium duties continue to portend to a full-blown global trade war, "I don't want to hurt American workers, they are our neighbours and our friends", adding, "[however] My job is to stand for Canadian workers, Canadian interests and I will do that, without flinching".
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