Macron: G7 leaders must be civil as they pressure Trump

That means strong, united statements rebuffing Russian electoral interference, or a commitment to improve the state of the world's oceans, which is widely seen as a smart Canadian compromise to get Trump to address climate change without specifically referencing it.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau walks with U.S. President Donald Trump at the White House in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday, Oct. 11, 2017. "But we see no sign of that in this action today by the U.S. administration".

Canada is hosting the two-day G7 summit of the world's wealthiest nations beginning Friday in Quebec, and Trump is expected to come under fire for imposing tariffs on American allies. "The impact on Canada and ultimately on workers in the U.S. won't be a laughing matter".

Kudlow also insisted that the United States relationship with Canada, in particular, was still "very good". "We can't wage a trade war between friends", Emmanuel Macron said, adding that he the countries have to remain polite as the USA is an ally and "we need them".

"A trade war doesn't spare anyone. We have to protect our industries, our workers, our economies, because that's what our people expect from us".

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The remarks underscore the differences between Trump and his fellow G7 leaders over the usefulness of the worldwide multilateral world order, something Trudeau and the other world leaders are struggling to defend.

The increasingly hostile public tone follows a phone conversation last week between Macron and Trump, which sources told CNN was "really bad" and "terrible".

"To the degree one can ever take what is said as a joke", the source told the network.

"I'm always the optimist, I believe it can be worked out", Kudlow said. The Commerce Department said foreign production of steel and aluminum was driving down prices and hurting USA producers, creating a "national security threat". "And he's going to talk to them", Larry Kudlow, Trump's top economic adviser, told reporters in Washington.

Since then, Trudeau, Macron and other European leaders have toughened their tone, lamenting what they see as rising United States protectionism.

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He has threatened to use national security laws to do the same for foreign vehicle imports and has walked back on environmental agreements and an global deal to prevent Iran from building a nuclear bomb. "That is the best option we have today", Macron said during the joint press conference with Trudeau. "I think there are questions about what is going to be the dynamic around the G7 table.we (will) highlight and discuss many things we're agreed on and have differences of opinion on other things", he said.

"We are all engaged in conflicts in Syria, in Iraq, in the Sahel, in different places in the world".

At the same time, the president also praised Trump's decision to hold a meeting with the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.

"We will all be behind him [Trump] and will support him in this essential initiative and in the fight for the global denuclearization", Macron said, commenting on the issue, adding the caveat that he wanted Trump to be "credible on the nuclear situation in Iran" as well.

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