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>> That we're like the piggy bank that everybody's robbing, and that ends.>> Donald Trump left the G7 Summit the same way he came in, airing his grievances over trade.>> Cuz United States has been taken advantage of->> This follows two days of feuding with some of his closest allies.
One French official told reporters of a quote very unusual and bitter exchange Friday, between world leaders, describing the US president making his case in a quote, rant. Now Trump leaves behind deep questions about the future of relations with Canada, France, and the European Union. Reuters' Canada Bureau Chief Amran Abocar is in Quebec City.
>> The main question for the G7 allies is whether or not a rational and united appeal in trade can overcome President Trump's America first agenda and his domestic policy drive, which is focused mainly on US voters. In the absence of a consensus, and given the retaliatory measures taken by some allies already, it heightens the risk of a global trade war.
>> Our companies have moved out and moved to Mexico and other countries including Canada.>> At an unwieldy press conference, Saturday, the US president denied talks were contentious but maintained his confrontational stance.>> Now, we are gonna fix that situation and if it's not fixed we're not gonna deal with these countries.
But the relationship that I've had is great, so you can tell that to your fake friends at CNN.>> Once again he knocked allies and predecessors, but defended Russia.>> I think the G8 would be better, I think having Russia back in would be positive thing.>> On Saturday, Trump arrived late on for the first working session on gender equality, and left talks early to head to Singapore for his June 12 meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
>> Missing meetings on climate change and the health of the world's oceans. At the summit's end, Trudeau said despite the tensions, the group did reach a collective communiqué, agreeing on the need for free, fair, and mutually beneficial trade, but, Trudeau said, Canada would retain its retaliatory tariffs against the U.S.
>> Canadians, we're polite, we're reasonable, but we also will not be pushed around.