Trump reportedly floated the idea of dropping import barriers altogether but also warned the US could cut off trade entirely with countries that didn't agree to certain rule changes.
By ordering his representatives to back out of the communique, Trump appeared to be asserting his oft-stated aim of upsetting the status quo, whether by pulling out of the global climate accord or the worldwide nuclear deal with Iran or threats to scrap the 1994 North American Free Trade Agreement between the United States, Canada and Mexico.
"I don't blame them, I blame our leaders", he said.
Trump gave "a long, frank rant", the official said, repeating a position he carried through the 2016 USA election campaign into the White House that the United States had suffered at the hands of its trading partners, with French President Emmanuel Macron pushing back on the assertion and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe chiming in.
"We have to keep a cool head now and draw the right conclusions", Maas said.
The president's team asserted that Trump and his team had agreed to the Communique in good faith, but now it is unclear what trade agreement will be reached amongst the coalition.
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They were both dressed casually and couldn't have looked happier in the upload, however he didn't elude to when it was taken. Bourdain and Ripert had also eaten breakfast together each morning, again at the Winstub's big, distressed-wood tables.
Trump's renewed comments on trade come amid a growing dispute between Washington and its top allies.
Trump reacted in a tweet:"Based on Justin's false statements at his news conference, and the fact that Canada is charging massive Tariffs to our US farmers, workers and companies, I have instructed our US Reps not to endorse the Communique as we look at Tariffs on automobiles flooding the US Market!"
Trump has failed so far to get the steel and aluminum tariffs to pressure Canada and Mexico into revamping the North American Free Trade Agreement to better favor the United States.
It was a "a long litany of recriminations, somewhat bitter reports that the United States was treated unfairly", said the French official, who spoke on condition of anonymity.
Last year, the USA president was wowed by a French military parade in Paris after being invited to join Mr Macron for his country's annual Bastille Day celebrations.
Relations have hit such a low point that a key question now is whether the seven countries can agree on a joint statement of priorities at the conclusion of the meeting. "Let us be serious and worthy of our people". "That's what matters", Trudeau said.
Merkel, whose office over the weekend released a photo of leaders and aides which illustrates the divide between Trump and his allies, said she had "tried hard to find a compromise and we fought hard for it. this was an important announcement".
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Mental Health experts say the reality is the pain doesn't go away, it's only transferred to the families the victims leave behind. She said hearing about one suicide may make others who are already at risk turn to self-harm. "You don't have to be a doctor".
Tim Buthe, a Duke University political scientist who studies trade, said, "Is it possible that Trump sees this mostly as a poker game and is just bluffing, and if the others cut him a deal, we'll return to normal relatively soon?"
The move enraged Trump, who branded his Canadian counterpart "dishonest and weak" in a furious tweet, announcing the USA would pull out of an agreed communique.
The French president did have some private time with Trump before the summit officially started.
Trump - who has a history of hair-trigger responses to slights - landed in Singapore on Sunday for the Tuesday summit meeting with Kim.
Late Thursday, the White House announced he would be leaving the summit Saturday morning, after a session on women's empowerment but well before it wraps up.
Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland said Sunday that Nafta talks are continuing, and that Canada believes "economic common sense will prevail" in the end.
And Roland Paris, a former foreign policy adviser to Trudeau, jabbed at Trump on Twitter: "Big tough guy once he's back on his airplane. In the interest of all". "It's a lucky number".
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The toll of dead from a series of eruptions that began on Sunday has been gradually rising and now stands at 100, police said. Air Force C-17 has carried six Guatemalan children who were badly burned in a volcanic eruption to Texas for treatment.