In response to White House Trade Advisor Peter Navarro's comment, "there's a special place in hell for any foreign leader that engages in bad faith diplomacy", European Council president Donald Tusk retorted on social media defending the Canadian Prime Minister by saying "there's a special place in heaven for Justin Trudeau".
Donald Trump's spectacular bust-up with America's closest allies at the G7 raises the already high political stakes for Tuesday's summit with Kim Jong Un, and highlights the dangers of the U.S. leader's self-serving diplomacy.
Trump said he departed the Group of Seven summit that Trudeau hosted in Quebec late last week on "very friendly" terms with his six counterparts, including the leaders of France, Germany, Italy, Japan and Britain.
How Meghan Markle dared to break protocol at Queen's birthday parade
Since becoming a member of the family, Meghan Markle has set about dragging the Royals into the 21st century. The Duchess of Sussex isn't the only royal to use fashion as a way of honouring the " People's Princess".
He added, "Those are my words, but they're the sentiment that was on Air Force One after that".
Mr Trump said he chose to back out of the G-7 communique after watching Mr Trudeau's closing summit news conference, at which he warned that Canada would not be pushed around on tariffs - a point the Canadian prime minister had made several times before.
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.
Participation of Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the EC, at the G7 Summit, in Canada Jean-Claude Juncker, Angela Merkel, Theresa May, Giuseppe Conte, Donald Tusk, Emmanuel Macron, Donald Trump, Justin Trudeau, Shinzō Abe Date: 08/06/2018. He said, "The picture with Angela Merkel, where I am sitting on the chair, we were just talking and waiting for documents".