Published: Wed, June 13, 2018
Global News | By Blake Casey

White House aide apologises over ‘special place in hell’ comment

White House aide apologises over ‘special place in hell’ comment

"Using that type of language is not professional, it's not called for, and I tell you, I was deeply disappointed to see this lack of professionalism on his part".

Trump went on to threaten further tariffs against Canada and accused Trudeau of making false statements.

A viral video of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau giving a press conference appeared to show his left eyebrow "falling off".

Navarro said: "Those were my words but they're the sentiment that was on Air Force One".

"My job was to send a signal of strength".

Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland said Sunday that "Canada does not believe that ad hominem attacks are a particularly appropriate or useful way to conduct our relations with other countries". "And I think what people need to do at this moment is take a step back", Hassett said.

Speaking during a press conference following his meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in Singapore, Trump suggested Trudeau's remarks during the G7, in which he claimed that Canada "will not be pushed around" by the USA, has soured the relationship between the pair.

When asked by the Journal interviewer if he was apologizing, Mr. Navarro said, "Yes, absolutely".

Trump's tirade solidified Canadian politicians of all parties.

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Trump's comments after a historic summit in Singapore with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un were the president's most extensive on the matter since he tweeted that Trudeau was "very dishonest and weak" and raised the prospect of tariffs against auto imports, a move that would imperil the Canadian economy.

Navarro said Sunday that his sentiment came "right from Air Force One".

"I actually like Justin", Trump said.

"We have to stand up for our principles, our values in Europe, potentially with Canada or Japan", Germany Chancellor Angela Merkel said in an interview Sunday on ARD public TV.

"We finished the [G7] meeting and really everybody was happy".

On Tuesday, Trump said: "We have a big trade deficit with's close to $100 billion a year deal loss".

Mr Kudlow later suffered a "very mild" heart attack, the White House said Monday, but was in good condition. "And it won't even be tough".

For their part, the Canadian parliament rejected "disparaging ad hominem statements by us officials which do a disservice to bilateral relations". Watching the USA president use social media to draw attention to himself and diminish his adversaries, real or imagined, is a daily feature of his presidency. Contributions of 200 words or more will be considered for publication. He also said that it was "kind of insulting" that Trump used national security to justify the tariffs against a longtime ally, and announced that Canada would be implementing "equivalent tariffs" on July 1.

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