VIDEO: Trump Says Trudeau’s G7 Remarks Are Going To Cost Canadians “A Lot Of Money”

Trump made the remarks in Singapore, at a press conference following his meeting with Kim Jong Un.

During a press conference in Singapore, Donald Trump again criticized Justin Trudeau for his G7 remarks.

Here’s part of what Trump said:

“When I got out to the plane, I think that Justin probably didn’t know that Air Force One has about 20 televisions. And I see the television and he’s giving a news conference about how he will not be pushed around by the United States and I say push him around? We just shook hands. It was very friendly. … No, I have a good relationship with Justin Trudeau. I really did, other than he had a news conference, that he had because he assumed I was in an airplane and I wasn’t watching. He learned. That’s going to cost a lot of money for the people of Canada. He learned. You can’t do that. You can’t do that.”

Trump’s full comments can be seen below:

When asked for his response, Trudeau did not directly address Trump’s latest remarks:

“Obviously we support the continuing efforts by the president on North Korea. We look forward to looking at the details of the agreement. On his comments, as I said, I’m going to stay focused on defending jobs for Canadians and supporting Canadian interests.”

Spencer Fernando

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  1. Some facts about President Trumps continual hectoring of Canada about their Milk Supply

    Management system and high Tariffs on Milk imports.

    Trump wants unhindered access to Canadian markets. No tariffs and no other impediments.

    If that happened, it would take the USA about one month to overwhelm our dairies and put

    them out of business. If they were allowed to flood our market with their excess

    production, Canada’s dairy industry would be dead. 270% tariff against a behemoth that

    would roll over us in one month is not a bad thing. I don’t like SM any more than anyone

    else, it’s expensive to the consumer. Canada doesn’t subsidize it’s dairy industry.

    Canada’s total milk production in pounds = 18,069,260,000 LBS

    California production in LBS = 40,898,000,000 lbs

    Wisconsin in lbs 29,030,000,000 lbs
    The 2 largest milk producing states in America produce 58,967,260,000 lbs .

    That’s 3.2 times the total output of Canada’s dairy’s ( and that doesn’t even take into account the other 48 states output).

    What he is demanding is too much. Go get your facts straight Mr. President because Canada

    is not going to roll over for your milk producers lobbyists.

    Instead of constantly over producing and hoping things will change (definition of

    insanity), why not try your own supply management. So far, your system of subsidies is

    just a total waste of money when your dairy’s are dumping their milk in their fields

    because of over production.
    BTW, all the above figures are easily accessible information on the internet

    1. As you have correctly stated “Canada doesn’t subsidize it’s dairy industry”. This is because the government forces CONSUMERS TO DO THIS by virtue of the gov’t approved cartel called “Supply Management”. Is it right and just for the government to force Canadian consumers to keep Canadian dairy producers in business? Maxime Bernier’s “Chapter 5 Live or die with supply management” provides an excellent explanation of Supply Management and why it is so wrong. Here is an excerpt:

      “According to the OECD, Canadian consumers had to pay CAN$3.6 billion more every year between 2011 and 2015 for all products under supply management. That amounts to $258 per family, and about $290,000 in implicit support for each producer. The worst aspect of supply management, however, isn’t that all Canadians who buy these products must pay more. It’s that the poor, and households with children, are affected the most. A study done by University of Manitoba economists showed that the system imposes an additional financial burden of $554 on the richest 20% of households, which corresponds to 0.5% of their incomes. The burden on the poorest households is not as high at $339, but the impact is almost five times as much compared to their incomes, at 2.3%. Think about this: What would the reaction be if the government suddenly imposed a 2.3% tax on the incomes of millions of the poorest Canadians so that a few thousand privileged people working in one small sector of the economy could benefit from “stable and predictable revenues?” There would be a gigantic outcry for sure. Well, this is exactly what is happening.”

      Read more here:

  2. Trudeau said “I’m going to stay focused on defending jobs for Canadians and supporting Canadian interests.” Is he joking or think that Canadian’s are that stupid? Trudeau is destroying jobs as investment flees this country as a direct result of his idiotic and destructive policies. It also couldn’t be clearer that he has no interest in Canada as he seeks to destroy us to further his globalist agenda.

  3. President Trump is attempting and it looks like succeeded in a worldwide important meeting with Kim Jonge Un to make the world more peaceful and safe place for all of us. That the G7 meeting was on the weekend before and the things planned for the meeting had all been discussed and hashed out repeatedly, he was not in for spending huge for global warming, same as Mr. Harper was, He is not signing into something he feels is not good for the USA , and was totally group attacked in several directions again. President Trump stood firm, to put his country first as he feels he is doing what he was elected to do. The rest of this group looked weak as they ganged up on him to keep using the USA, they did not offer the USA a better deal. As President Trump said you can have free trade and take down ALL of your tarriffs and we will take down all of ours, and no subsidies and then we will have fair free trade, he has said this before.
    He arrived late to miss the global warming and gender stuff, that lefties like discussing so much, still got asked to sign on to these globalist things again and had to leave early for an important meeting for Korea and the world, and our media said this was rude. He was very friendly and polite, but it was business for him.
    Lieberals like to play business but not for Canada, so now the country again will pay for their play time.

  4. Trudeau defending jobs. What jobs?
    He is the ony who’ causing jobs to leave canada because of his high taxes and long list of restrictions whereas Trump is making USA very accessible and easy for business and jobs.
    I like Trump and I like what he has done thus far for USA. TRUDEAU HAS DONE ABSOLUTELY NOTHING FOR CANADA.

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