The president ruffled feathers at the G7 summit, not backing down from stiff tariffs on aluminum and steel imports.
"He really kind of stabbed us in the back", he said.
Since then, several Trump aides have publicly criticized Trudeau.
Canada's prime minister earned Trump's ire by giving a press conference, after the USA president left La Malbaie, in which he spoke critically of U.S. trade policy and said Canada would "move forward with retaliatory measures" in response to Trump's move to impose tariffs on aluminum and steel. "Canadians are polite, we're reasonable, but we also will not be pushed around", Trudeau added.More news: Trump trade adviser apologises for insulting Trudeau
"I have a good relationship with Justin Trudeau", he said.
"That co-operation to reduce costs, find efficiencies and open up trading within our own region will benefit not just small and medium enterprises, but the region overall", Bell said. "He didn't do that to my face, what's this all about?'"
Trudeau has so far not commented on Trump's tirade. That's what weak, dishonest Justin Trudeau did.
She continued, "The most important thing is deeds rather than words, and the deed, the action which Canada has objected to, and will continue to object to very strongly, was the illegal and unjustified imposition of tariffs on Canadian steel and aluminum". He learned. You can't do that.More news: Federal authorities arrest 74 people in wire transfer scam
Economists generally view tariffs as inflationary, forcing consumer prices higher and eventually hurting the economy of the country that impose the tariffs.
Trump addressed the feud following his meetings with Kim in Singapore at a more than hour-long press conference.
Before flying to Singapore, Mr. Trump was in Canada for the G-7 summit with leaders from Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and the U.K. All seven leaders had worked out a joint statement stressing the importance of a rules-based worldwide trading system.
BRITAIN will continue to work for global agreement on trade and security after a "difficult" G7 summit, Theresa May told the Commons yesterday.More news: Blatter will be at the World Cup as a guest of Putin
"Look, countries can not continue to take advantage of us on trade".