Canadian, French leaders call on G7 members to confront Trump over trade

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The leaders of Canada and France say they will use the upcoming G7 summit to confront their U.S. counterpart Donald Trump on trade, urging other G7 members to do the same.
For more on this and other international news we turn to our Ro Aram…
What did the two leaders have to say?

Well Mark…Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and French President Emmanuel Macron took a confrontational tone towards Trump.
They were speaking side by side on Parliament Hill in Ottawa a day ahead of Friday's G7 summit in Canada.
Macron suggested Washington's protectionist measures were leading to what he described as a new U.S. "hegemony."

"The United States are naturally a great economic power, but if they continue towards a form of isolationism, brutal hegemony, of distancing themselves from their own history, from their own values, from the role they play in international organizations - where they are leaders - by deciding to remove themselves, that will be bad for the United States of America."

Both leaders also said President Trump's recent decision to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum imports was illegal and also harmful to the American people.

"It is American jobs which will be lost because of the actions of the United States and its administration."

Trump fired back by tweeting France and Canada were hurting the United States with unfair trade practices and imposing what he called "massive tariffs" on American imports.
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