Trump called Trudeau 'two-faced' after a video surfaced of Trudeau talking with the leaders of Britain, France and the Netherlands about Trump's team's jaws dropping 'to the floor' during an impromptu news conference with the two leaders.
"Congratulations to Justin Trudeau on a wonderful and hard fought victory. Canada is well served," Trump said on Twitter. "I look forward to working with you toward the betterment of both of our countries!"
The man, whom former US President Barack Obama privately anointed as the successor in global diplomacy, barely survived a blackface scandal
The 47-year-old Trudeau channeled the star power of his father, the liberal icon and late Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, when he won in 2015 but a combination of scandal and high expectations have damaged his prospects.
Canadian Elections 2019 is no more an easy victory for Trudeau who once enjoyed favourable media coverage globally.
Trudeau, who swept to office in November 2015 promising 'sunny ways' and stressing the importance of gender equality and the environment, faces an electorate more focused on the economy and affordability when it votes on October 21
The comments represented a notable hardening in tone from Trudeau, who previously said there would be huge penalties for scrapping the $13 billion agreement for armoured vehicles made by the Canadian unit of General Dynamics Corp.
Trudeau and Trump -- who have been at loggerheads for months -- are expected to meet at the G20 summit in Argentina at the end of the week.
Speaking on an episode of Quebec's most popular talk show, "Tout Le Monde En Parle," broadcast Sunday Trudeau said he had done his job of "standing up for Canadians" in agreeing the USMCA trade pact with the US, Canada and Mexico.
The kingdom gave the Canadian ambassador 24 hours to leave the country, in an abrupt rupture of relations over what it slammed as "interference" in its internal affairs.
Trudeau said no one on his team had reached out to the women because they did not feel it was appropriate.
Trudeau's Liberals had made legalizing recreational use of marijuana part of their successful 2015 election campaign.
US President Donald Trump has imposed a 25 per cent tariff on import of steel from Canada and another 15 per cent on aluminium using the "national security interest" provisions of the existing American laws.
The prime minister took a jibe at the Canadian media's coverage of his tour, claiming it did not highlight the bilateral agreements and investment promises made by Indian companies.
Beginning this month, US President Donald Trump has imposed a 25 per cent tariff on import of steel from Canada and another 15 per cent on aluminum using the "national security interest" provisions of the existing American laws.
Trudeau said he refused to go because of the "totally unacceptable" precondition. He made the comment while outlining Canada's response to U.S. tariffs on steel and aluminum imports.
While Trudeau's office mentioned the "progress" made, and the "possibility of bringing the negotiations to a prompt conclusion," the US side was more direct. "President Trump underscored the importance of quickly concluding an agreement," the White House said in a statement.
The Canadian Prime Minister had attended a conclave of Young Change Makers here on February 24 where the Indian map was reportedly shown incorrectly.
Trudeau "emphasized that preserving (the two nations') mutually beneficial supply chains is critical to jobs and businesses on both sides of the border," according to a summary.
"Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in a joint statement have reaffirmed their commitment to the ongoing diversification and growth of the strategic partnership, based on shared values of democracy, diversity, pluralism and the rule of law," Tomar said here.
Sarai, 43, had invited Jaspal Atwal - a Sikh convicted of attempting to assassinate an Indian minister in 1986 - to attend a reception at the residence of Canadian High Commissioner Nadir Patel in New Delhi.
A memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed between India's Department of Atomic Energy and the Department of Natural Resources of Canada for co-operation in the fields of science, technology and innovation.
The Canadian PM is on week long India visit. Here are the highlights of the day.
Live updates of the meeting between PM Narendra Modi and his Canadian counterpart Justin Trudeau.
Trudeau, who is on a week-long visit to India, was accompanied by his wife and their three children during the tour of one of the largest mosques in the country.