Transcript for Trump speaks out on clash with G-7 allies
the boots he gave her. Now wi more of George's exclusive with president trump. George. Than, guys. As robin menti I also talked the president about that g7 summit. This is the second summit in several days for the president coming off that meeting in Canada with our closest allies which was a failed summit and ended with the president pulling out of the joint communique over the issue trade having very harsh criticism of the cann prime minister Justin Trudeau and, of cose, Canada isur oldest allies and asked the president to explain that dizzying diplomacy. This has been a dizzying days of diplomacy. True. For you. Reaching out here to Kim ng-un. Longtime enemy of the united States. Coming off of that summit in Canada with thoseough words for the cadian prime minister. How do you explain that to people who might be confused, ring out tour enemies and antagonizing our -- I have great friendships. If you speak to prime minister Abe who I'm helping a lot because Jan, tee orour times had missiles gng right over the middle of Japan. I have a very go relationship with prime minister Abe. I have a great relationship with the new man who I like a lot, as you know, from Italy, he just won and, you know, we had very good -- andlly good with Merkel. We actually were gettingdy to stein a document and I made them makchanges. You know what we were doing. We were talking while we were waiting for the final copy of the docume. That was sh an innocent picture. That was put out by my ople. That was really a pictu of me sitting this way and I'm waiting for the documt so we can final read it. What happened is we had a final document. I wasn't 100% but wanted to leave nicely so W document. I get into air force one. The television isn and I see a news conference being given by the prime minister of Canada. Because Canadians were polite, we're reasonable Bute also Wil not be pushed around. I said, oh, that's nice, Justin -- then healked about how they won't be bullied and I said what is this all about? He didn't do that to my face. Here's what the story is. We he been taken advantage of as a country for decades by friends and enemies both. We have been -- our trade is a disaster. We lose $817 billion was the last count on a yeay basis. Think of it, George. In other words, when you add China and a of the other places, Germany, the European union is a disaster for us, we lost $151 billion last year. Billion, not million. We lost 151 billion. They don't take our product. They won't take our agriculture. We lost 151 billion -- N they were at the meeting, the European union. I can't be thrilled. I let them know and said we got to change it. If you don't Chang it we're not going to do trading. I D want to say that was supposed to be a friendly picture put out by us and waiting for theocument to come back so we could read it. I left, everybody was happy, everybody shook. You should ask prime minister Abe. Everybody was happy then he gave out a little bit of an obnoxious thing. I like Justin, I think he's good. I like him Bute shouldn't have done that. That's going to cost him a lot of money. Boy, that is going to cost him a lot of money, the Canadian
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