The pointed ad marks the continued fallout after Trudeau, French President Emmanuel Macron, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and other dignitaries were caught on camera Tuesday engaging in a brief exchange apparently about Trump that quickly spiraled into an worldwide incident. On Wednesday, Trudeau said: "Last night, I made a reference to the fact that there was an unscheduled press conference before my meeting with President Trump and I was happy to take part of it, but it was certainly notable".
And Trudeau goes on from there, hands gesturing, mouth grinning. "You get protection... the greatest military force in the world, and do not pay".
After the "two-faced" comment, reporters covering North Atlantic Treaty Organisation, published audio of Trump saying "that was amusing when I said the guy's two-faced", according to CNBC.
Tim Murtaugh, a spokesman for the Trump campaign, hit back at Biden over his own foreign policy credentials.
"The world sees Trump for what he is", Biden says as the advertisement ends, his voice laid over images of him with leaders including Trudeau.
"Justin Trudeau's poor judgment, lack of professionalism and love of drama continues to weaken Canada's position on the world stage", Scheer said during a speech to Conservative members of parliament.
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I've been here, I've done two training sessions now and I don't want to talk about the coaches before. "Some external people also trust me a lot".
The U.S. president also previously attacked Trudeau following the G7 summit in Quebec City in June 2018, describing the latter as "so meek and mild" amid a trade row over Canadian dairy and American tariffs on Canadian steel and aluminum. And some not so close, and we can take action relevant to trade.
Trump called Macron's remark "very insulting", "nasty" and "very disrespectful" on Tuesday.
Trump spoke in Washington, D.C. on Thursday in front of representatives ofthe United Nations Security Council and said he had a productive meeting with the leaders of the nine countries who already spend two per cent of their gross domestic product on defence.
US-Canada relations spectacularly survived that fractious relationship.
"They want to keep ripping off the United States like they did before Trump became president".
Toronto Star national columnist Susan Delacourt tweeted, "OK". Now, he didn't specifically try to say that he didn't say two faced, but the fact that he repeated the phrase 2% four times in three sentences is Donald Trump's attempt to rewrite what he actually said about the Canadian prime minister.
NATO members have committed two percent of their total GDP to funding the organisation, and according to Donald Trump, Mr Trudeau "wasn't very happy about it".