Toronto Sun : Donald Trump’s top aides levelled blistering criticism of Justin Trudeau on Sunday for what they see as his betrayal of the president before his summit with North Korea, with one adviser saying Trudeau deserves a “special place in hell.”
Hours after the U.S. president left the G7 summit in Quebec on Saturday, he launched insults at the prime minister, calling him “very dishonest and weak.”
Trump lashed out at Trudeau after the G7 issued a fragile joint communique in which the embattled alliance managed to overcome some differences and find areas of common ground.
Within minutes of the official release of the document, Trump attacked Trudeau on Twitter over what he described as the prime minister’s “false statements” during the closing G7 news conference — and the president announced the U.S. would no longer endorse the communique.
Trump’s closest advisers added to the attack during televised interviews on Sunday.