As the G7 summit ended in disarray last week, so did the long-standing alliance between the American and Canadian administration, following a debate over tariffs, counter-tariffs and some name-calling.
The leaders of the world's richest democracies have promised some kind of compromise statement despite their deep divisions on trade.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel described his change of heart as "sobering and a little depressing".
The US President, who also arrived late to a meeting about gender equality, posted a series of angry tweets directed at his Canadian counterpart Justin Trudeau, slamming him for being "weak" and saying he had instructed his officials not to sign the official communique.
Trump went on to say that the United States gets "unfairly clobbered" on trade despite "protecting Europe at great financial loss".
Navarro's comments on Sunday were part of the White House's continued criticism of Trudeau after the prime minister announced that Canada would impose retaliatory measures to answer Trump's tariffs and warned that Canada would not be "pushed around".
It escalated when Prime Minister Trudeau stood up to Trump's bully tactics and refuted Trump's unfounded claims of unfair trading practices between the two countries.
A video clip by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during a news conference at the G7 summit with his French counterpart Emmanuel Macaron raised a lot of eyebrows after his left eyebrow had lost the adhesive, which had come off. "Our Tariffs are in response to his of 270% on dairy!" More specifically, it was stated in the Charlevoix G7 Summit Communique that: "The United States will endeavour to work closely with other countries to help them access and use fossil fuels more cleanly and efficiently".
Federation Internationale de Football Association picks referee Pitana of Argentina for World Cup opener
Williams said he was "happy and excited" and that the performance was the fulfilment of a boyhood dream. Jose Mourinho has revealed the four teams he believes will reach the semi-finals of the World Cup .
Toyota makes record $1 billion investment in ride-hailing firm Grab
The company's app has been downloaded onto over 100 million mobile devices and the firm logs over 6 million rides per day. Uber acquired 27.5 percent of Grab in exchange for the USA firm's Southeast Asian business earlier this year.
Macedonia Gets New Name, Ending 27-Year Dispute With Greece
Macedonia became a candidate for membership of the European Union in 2005 but Greece blocked the start of negotiations. Speaking after a phone call with Greek counterpart Alexis Tsipras, he said: "There is no way back".