Trump Top Advisors Lash Out At "Double-Crossing" Trudeau: "Special Place In Hell" For Him

Update: It appears the message has come down from the top - go after Canadian PM Trudeau at all costs as following Trump's top economic adviser Larry Kudlow's outburst this morning about Trudeau's "betrayal"..."he stabbed us in the back..."

Peter Navarro, the White House National Trade Council director, exclaimed that there is a "special place in hell" for any leader who engages in bad faith diplomacy with President Trump, slamming Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau over his remarks on trade.

"There’s a special place in hell for any foreign leader that engages in bad faith diplomacy with President Donald J. Trump and then tries to stab him in the back on the way out the door," Navarro told Chris Wallace on "Fox News Sunday."

"That's what bad faith Justin Trudeau did with that stunt press conference. That's what weak, dishonest Justin Trudeau did, and that comes right from Air Force One," he continued.

"To my friends in Canada, that was one of worst political miscalculations of a Canadian leader in modern Canadian history."

Trudeau, who responded last night to Trump's initial tweet, has yet to respond to the increasingly aggressive rhetoric from Trump's top advisors.

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After a G-7 summit which certainly did not disappoint, and as many predicted would be full of thunder and fireworks and is set to go down in the history books for the first communique that would not be endorsed by all member states since 1975 after Trump tweeted on route to Singapore that he will not endorse the final G7 statement and will look to impose tariffs on cars, potentially signalling a worsening of relations in a brewing trade war, on Sunday morning Trump's top economic adviser Larry Kudlow on Sunday tore into Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau (or "Justin" as Trump calls him) for “double crossing” President Trump with critical comments about U.S. trade policy.

“He was polarizing. He really kind of stabbed us in the back, Kudlow told CNN’s State of the Union adding that Trudau “did a great disservice to the whole G7.

Kudlow took issue with Trudeau's comments at a post-summit press conference given Trump's summit on Tuesday with North Korea leader Kim Jong Un, and repeatedly called the Canadian's actions a "betrayal."

In a press conference after Trump departed for Singapore, Trudeau said Canada would move forward with retaliatory tariffs, saying Canada will "not be pushed around." In response, Trump attacked Trudeau on Twitter, calling him “dishonest & weak.”

Kudlow also said Trudeau’s press conference was a “sophomoric, political stunt for domestic consumption.”

"President Trump played that process in good faith. So, I ask you: He gets up in the airplane and leaves, and then Trudeau starts blasting him at a domestic news conference? I am sorry, that’s a betrayal. That’s a double cross.”

The unexpectedly abrupt remarks from Trump's top economic adviser about a longstanding U.S. ally were deeply unusual, and underscored the growing divide between the US and Canada.

As we noted previously, the Trump administration has blamed Canada for Trump's decision to not sign on to a communique at the G-7 summit in Quebec, Canada, over the weekend. The president prompted concerns of a trade war after doubling down on his decision to impose steep tariffs on steel and aluminum imports. Canada, Mexico and European countries have vowed to implement retaliatory tariffs.

Meanwhile, earlier on Sunday Macron continued to press the point of US "isolation" from the rest of the G-7, saying Donald Trump’s isolation from the international community is “contrary to American history,” according to a tweet after end of G-7 summit.

Contuing his own tweetstorm, Macron said that Steel and aluminum imports don’t represent a threat to U.S. security, and that the European Union is “not closed” to U.S. He added that trade imbalances can’t be resolved by “fragmentation of global order,” and that the U.S. and EU should work together.

Finally, commenting on Russia, Macron said that Russia would be allowed to rejoin G-7, as suggested by Trump, only if Minsk accords on Ukraine are respected, "ball is in Russia’s court."

Comments

BaBaBouy skbull44 Sun, 06/10/2018 - 10:19 Permalink

“a miserable place to work,”

""Mr. Kelly told visiting senators that the White House was “a miserable place to work,”" according to a person with direct knowledge of the comment.

 

Mr. Trump, a former reality television star, may soon be working with a thinned-out cast in the middle of Season 2, well before the midterm elections. Several high-profile aides, including John F. Kelly, the president’s chief of staff, and Joe Hagin, a deputy of Mr. Kelly’s, are said to be thinking about how much longer they can stay. Last week, Mr. Kelly told visiting senators that the White House was “a miserable place to work,” according to a person with direct knowledge of the comment.

The turnover, which is expected to become an exodus after the November elections, does not worry the president, several people close to him said. He has grown comfortable with removing any barriers that might challenge him — including, in some cases, people who have the wrong chemistry or too frequently say no to him.

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/%E2%80%98drama-action-emotional…

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Never One Roach infotechsailor Sun, 06/10/2018 - 10:28 Permalink

Trump was kind to the media and even met with them trying to be a nice guy and the MSM stabbed him in the back.

Trump tried to be nice to the democrats...and they stabbed him in the back.

Trump tried to be nice to dirty cop Comey...and he stabbed him in the back.

Trump was kind to the Girlie Boy Trudeau, and he stabbed America in the back.

 

Trump is too kind and generous to these Hateful people/groups. He must learn these people---democrats, MSM, Trudeau, etc---hate Americans.

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Son of Loki Never One Roach Sun, 06/10/2018 - 10:34 Permalink

Justin Trudeau's India Trip Caused Political Damage At Home: Poll

Support for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his Liberal Party is at its lowest point since the 2015 election, and his recent trip to India could have played a significant role in that dive, a new poll suggests.

 

https://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2018/03/07/justin-trudeaus-india-trip-cau…

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AlphaSeraph King of Ruperts Land Sun, 06/10/2018 - 14:32 Permalink

That's coming soon. Ontario just ripped Trudeau's biggest political ally out of office (Wynne) and relegated the entire Liberal party to non party status in the province. Ontario is almost always a Liberal strong hold and the Conservatives just mopped the floor with the tears of Liberals.

Trudeau and the Federal Liberals are going to meet the same fate as the Ontario Liberals did 3 days ago. A total, absolute cleansing.

Doug Ford (Ontario's new Premier) is **Very** anti carbon tax too. Turdeau is about to get flushed down the toilet. Alberta is moving rapidly back toward libertarian conservative roots. Between Alberta and Ontario, it's going to be a bad few years for the Liberal party.

On the Federal level the conservative party leadership race vote was split almost 50/50 between an out and out libertarian (Bernier) and an almost libertarian small gov't conservative (Sheer). Sheer won I think it was 50.2% to 49.8%. That is ASTOUNDING.

The left in this country just got a taste of their first historic defeat. The right is uniting under legit small gov't principles and rapidly moving toward libertarian principles.

Bye bye Turdeau.

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chumbawamba AlphaSeraph Sun, 06/10/2018 - 15:00 Permalink

Conservatives mopped the floor (presumably to remove a wet substance) with...a wet substance?

I don't get it.

At any rate, I think the chances for that war on Canada every red-blooded American has always been agitating for is on the verge of breaking out.  Let's annex that sodden tundra Israeli style and officially make the Canadians our Palestinian bitches.

51st state, here we come!

-chumblez.

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inosent IridiumRebel Sun, 06/10/2018 - 21:59 Permalink

Trudeau is the ultimate faggoty mangina girly man. Trump, as far as I can make out, isn't.

Both weak feminized pussies macron and trudeau dream on about the likes of Trump fading away. They think Trump is a 'one off' political anomaly. They don't see Trump's existence as a harbinger for a sea change against all the total uber garbage that macron and trudeau not only epitomize but fully support. macron and trudeau's main 'contribution' is to promote the beat down of the white race generally, the destruction basic axioms of Christianity, and the promotion of the sexually bizarre. That's it. That, and every other person inside of that mindset (commonly referred to as 'left') have literally nothing else to offer. They know pretty much nothing about economics and the markets. All they know is to follow the instructions of the debt masters - blindly. A pair of clueless painted pussies.

But they imagine they represent the 'trend' for the future. They look in the mirror and see that they are 'young', they represent the 'new' global order, as in that is what everybody who is not old (less than ... 50?) wants, while Trump, because he is old, is a last gasp of the dying breed who oppose the new order of the global feminized pussy, who knows nothing, and believes in nothing, just a 100% purebred narcissist.

macron and trudeau are the manifestation of which way the political wind is blowing, followers, with no capacity to lead. They are so stupid they don't even know the source of all the things the believe in and promote.

But the truth of the natural order always prevails. The truth is never in a hurry, and it will crush everything that stands in the way of its inexorable path.

I am not going to say that I think macron and trudeau are wrong. I tend to think so because of the infallibility of the truth and the natural order of things, most of which macron's and trudeau's existence oppose. But I do wonder what happens once trump is gone. Maybe trump isn't so hot for reasons 1-10 and maybe pretty good for some others. All in all, I have to admit, the odds of ever seeing anything like him again, better an improved version not sold out to israhell, and maybe younger, seem pretty slim.

California, where I live, is so screwed up, that for every senate election for the last, like, maybe 12 years, in the fall election there hasn't even been a republican for US senate on the ballot. Heck, forget the republicans, just to have a liberty loving, limited government, anti fed, anti-israhell independent to compete with demoncrat jackasses would be awesome.

These sleazy, corrupted demoncrats have a lot of followers, millions upon millions of white traitors. Once trump is gone in 2025, I cringe to think of how low the nation can sink with a craven demon possessed demoncrat puke in the white house. They'll just pick up from where the faggoty assed cocksucker (literally) barry sotero left off.

I hope the two bitches, macron and trudeau are wrong, but right now, it sure doesn't look like it.

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philipat chumbawamba Sun, 06/10/2018 - 19:27 Permalink

On a serious note and on topic for a second, Macron states that Russia can only be accepted back into a "G-8" if it implements the Minsk Accords on Ukraine.

  1. Perhaps that is an indirect way of agreeing. Alternatively, Macron is as stupid as I think he is. The major impediment to the implementation of Minsk is that Kiev will not (or is too weak to) create the semi-autonomous states in Eastern Ukraine (The Donbass) which Kiev committed to and is the key issue in Minsk. So Macron really needs to address his comments to Kiev not Moscow. Moscow has absolutely no interest in "re-taking" Ukraine which is, and always has been, a basket case which will always need subsidizing) and as soon as the new gas pipelines are completed (NS2, Turkstream) which they WILL, Russia will close all gas transit over Ukraine to Europe and Ukraine will sink into further economic malaise. Which Washington well understands, of course.
     
  2. More to the point, why would Russia want to rejoin unless, at a very minimum, ALL sanctions against Russia are first cancelled? G-7/8 is supposed to be a TRADE Organisation, so if there IS no trade because of sanctions, there would be no point in joining.
     
  3. Remember also that, partly as a result of sanctions, Russia has become entirely self-sufficient, has a debt/GDP ration of under 12% and is running a budget surplus (despite having developed state of the art hypersonic weapons a decade ahead of the US). The budget surplus is being used to buy Gold and build reserves which, eventually China and Russia will use to partially back their currencies.

Trump wants Russia back in because he wants "to keep his friends close and his enemies even closer" but that is so childishly obvious I am surprised he underestimates Putin's intelligence so such a degree?

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WallHoo philipat Mon, 06/11/2018 - 02:41 Permalink

"Remember also that, partly as a result of sanctions, Russia has become entirely self-sufficient..."

 

Well this is what mercantilism does..."free" trade hoes can only marvel at such achievements...

 

By the way has china taken over the russian market?Or do the chinese only dump on europe and usa cause of "free trade"?

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philipat Justin Case Sun, 06/10/2018 - 19:38 Permalink

It's an old game called "Divide and conquer" so it is significant that the EU and Canada are forming a united front. Looks like a pretty severe trade war is developing. If Trump puts tariffs on cars then Germany will remove sanctions on Russia, which is a very large consumer market, justified because "we can't sell our cars to the US with large tariffs". So then the interface between Trade and Foreign policy will start to get interesting?

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Toronto Kid Chris2 Sun, 06/10/2018 - 22:59 Permalink

That'll be harder than you think. You import a lot of raw materials from Canada, and it doesn't always have 'Made In Canada' labels on it by the time it makes it to your house. For example, is the gas you fill your car with labelled 'Made In Canada'? 40% of the oil you import comes from Canada.

Both economies are interdependant, to an astonishing degree.

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Jeffersonian Liberal Toronto Kid Mon, 06/11/2018 - 10:22 Permalink

To a large extent, you are correct.

But the US has been getting the shit end of the stick with international trade for decades.

And the US taxpayer is tired of funding the "world's military" so that all of the socialist countries in the West can divert the funds that they should be paying for their militaries to pay for socialist programs. In short, the US taxpayer is tired of indirectly funding the socialist programs (not entirely, but far too much so) of the West (and then being laughed at by those socialist jackasses as being backwards because we are American and not sufficiently socialist).

Trump is clearly stating what a majority of Americans think and feel: we are being used and exploited.

Trump is threatening "fair trade" and the rest of the G countries are crying foul, because they are dependent upon unfair trade to ensure the US floats their socialism.

Never again.

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Jeffersonian Liberal Jeffersonian Liberal Tue, 06/12/2018 - 07:17 Permalink

A down vote for such a benign comment stating we are defending ourselves. It's like condemning a missile-defense shield as being too offensive and threatening.

Because the US worker is supposed to be the indentured servant to the rest of the world, according to the dickhead down-voter.

Fuck you, down-voter.

We are not your slaves, and we'll do what we need to throw off your socialist shackles.

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Expendable Container AlphaSeraph Sun, 06/10/2018 - 16:38 Permalink

Canadians are finished. They have been too well indoctrinated into apathetic Cultural marxism (without even knowing it). Whatever happened to their ability to independent analysis and ability to see and act against injustice?

A Canadian born citizen, retired violinist and gentlewoman Monika Schaefer, while a tourist in Merkel's occupied Germany and just a spectator in the Court room, was seized by the public prosecutor, handcuffed and imprisoned instantaneously and without notice or explanation, in January at the beginning of this year.

Its now June, over 5 months later, and this good lady still sits in prison without trial and the sheeple Canadians don't care 2 hoots.

Why is she in prison?

For apologizing to her deceased German mother in a video "Sorry Mom, I Was Wrong About the Holocaust" (do watch, its vg and its brief):

https://wearswar.wordpress.com/2018/01/08/when-brainwashing-fails-throw…

Monika Schaefer's German father Dr Otto Schaefer migrated to Canada in 1951, to realize his dream of working with the Inuit peoples in Canada's Arctic in relation to health aspects and received many awards including The Order of Canada in 1976.

As a medical student he had been forced into one of war criminal Eisenhower's post-war American run Rhine Meadow Death Camps - out in the open fields, just fenced - for ordinary German POWs in which they had little or no food, no water, no shelter no medical care, on Eisenhower's strict orders. He had tried to dig a hole in the ground with a spoon to shelter from the elements. Within days healthy men started dying. 1.2 million were mass murdered this way. 

The Red Cross were forbidden and their lifesaving food donations were turned away at Eisenhower's orders. Whereas during the war the Germans allowed the Red Cross free access to inspect camps such as Auschwitz and free access to death records at these camps. [There are no Red Cross reports mentioning any Ca$h Chamber$ and in all camps throughout the war the total deaths were well under 300,000 including all nationalities (typhus etc).]

Over 9.3 million Germans, mostly women and children and the elderly, died unnecessarily AFTER WWII, more than died DURING the war. This is all still censored today.

(See the book "Other Losses" by Canadian author James Bacque who stumbled upon the documentation on it all)

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north island kiwi Expendable Container Mon, 06/11/2018 - 04:17 Permalink

highly recommend this book , read it a year ago very sad

eisenhower stripped them of POW status calling them unarmed enemy combatants

they lost all there geneva convention rights as POW,s.

the rhine meadow camps and the fire bombing of Dresden where the two biggest war crimes of WW2

eisenhower was one evil mother fucker.

i believe Gen. Patton was murdered because he was going to expose eisenhower,s war crimes.

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Ilmarinen AlphaSeraph Sun, 06/10/2018 - 17:08 Permalink

There's no comparing the Ontario provincial Liberal and the Canadian federal Liberal parties.  Even Justin looks like an experienced statesman beside Wynne and McGuinty.  The provincial libs made changes that materially damaged the lives of many, such as the $15/hr minimum wage and the insane/criminal power plant scandals that caused power prices to skyrocket.  Even if Justin were somehow more evil/incompetent than Wynne, the federal gov't simply isn't involved in issues that hit nearly as close to home, so the backlash will never be as severe.

 

That said, I hope Mr. Trump will succeed in destroying the Canadian supply management system and helps us turf Justin.  A libertarian candidate very nearly won the federal conservative nomination, which gives an idea of just how pervasive the libertarian mindset is here.  I think the powers that be will be very surprised at how quickly their liberal "utopia" in Canada is awakening to more sensible policies.

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MINEFINDER Ilmarinen Mon, 06/11/2018 - 00:18 Permalink

Don't confuse Libertarian with the Liberal Party- Those Ontario jerks were simply socialist/communist mixes competing with the other NDP socialists. There can never be enough State involvement with either of those groups. At least Ford and the Conservatives are a somewhat less state control oriented. MAGA - Trump hopefully will inspire populist movements all over the free world including here in  Canada.

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