The White House tried to play down the differences with Trump's top economic adviser branding the differences as simply a family quarrel.
"His preference now - and he asked me to convey this - is to actually negotiate with Mexico and Canada separately". "He prefers bilateral negotiations".
It also wasn't immediately clear whether Trump was making a joke about with the War of 1812.
VP Bank economist Thomas Gitzel pointed to rising uncertainty sparked by US President Donald Trump's decision in March to impose hefty tariffs on steel and aluminium imports. Changes would have to be agreed to by all sides. Trump ended that temporary relief this month, seeking to pressure the other countries to cut new trade agreements with the U.S. Japan was never granted a waiver, despite Prime Mininster Shinzo Abe's pleas.
The two leaders are affirming their strong support for world institutions today after discussions on how to handle Trump at the G7. "Why not get the best?".
On Friday, Trump floated the idea of negotiating separate bilateral trade pacts with Canada and Mexico.
Kudlow said other countries have taken advantage of low trade barriers in the USA for decades and that Trump is attempting to reset global trade to the system that emerged after World War II.
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Macron stressed that there would be a European response, and the EU announced on Friday that it would cease trade negotiations with the USA and slap retaliatory tariffs on $3.3-billion worth of American products, including orange juice, peanut butter, and Harley Davidson motorcycles.
The talks all appear to be moving slowly or stalling, leading to angst on Capitol Hill and among business leaders.
Trump raised the issue of USA vehicle imports with Abe at a meeting in Washington and said he wanted more investment plants in the American industrial heartland of Michigan, Pennsylvania and Ohio.
"There may be disagreements", Kudlow told reporters at the White House. The two leaders "agreed to continue working toward a mutually beneficial outcome" on NAFTA, Trudeau's office said. He is not going to withdraw from Nafta. "He hates these multilaterals. he hates large treaties".
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin responded: "We believe in the G-7, it's an important group", adding that Trump looks forward to the gathering.
In response to the Trump administration's 25% tariff on steel and 10% on aluminum, Trudeau intends to hit the US with his own 25% steel tariff as well as a 10% tariff on consumer goods from the U.S.