Subsequently, Trump said he had instructed his representatives not to endorse a joint communique put out by the Group of Seven leaders after what he called Trudeau's "false statements" at a news conference.
Kudlow later suffered a "very mild" heart attack, the White House said Monday, but was in good condition.
Hours after Mr Trump withdrew his support for the joint statement and attacked Mr Trudeau, Mr Kudlow and trade adviser Peter Navarro drove the message home on Sunday morning news shows in an extraordinary assault on a close USA ally and neighbour.
"[Trump] wants to move all of that manufacturing back to the States, [but] we don't have people to actually do this work", Heyman said.
Trump's chief economic adviser, Larry Kudlow, similarly took the airwaves over the weekend to call Trudeau's remarks after the summit a "betrayal" of the president.
His apology came days after Trump and Trudeau verbally sparred over the G7 summit in Canada. But the president broadsided his allies after leaving the meeting by disavowing a joint statement the USA had agreed to, criticizing Trudeau and vowing tariffs on automobiles.
"If Kim Jong Un reverses his commitments. then what the president said about Justin Trudeau will be repeated 10-fold about Kim Jong Un", Cotton told the Hugh Hewitt syndicated radio talk show.More news: Antonio Conte turns down Real Madrid for Chelsea
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The Trump administration took umbrage at an ally publicly criticizing USA policy just before a historic meeting with Kim Jong-Un. "Canada. Maybe we need a northern wall", he said. "And that comes right from Air Force One". It's close to $100 billion a year loss with Canada.
By using the G-7 summit as leverage in a bilateral trade negotiation, the United States missed an opportunity to work with allies to address issues such as terrorist financing and foreign threats to democracy. "He learned", Trump said wagging his finger.
The fight isn't just with Trudeau and Canada but with the best allies of the U.S., Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein of California said on CNN.
Deron Bilous, Economic Development and Trade Minister in Alberta's NDP government, said Canada shouldn't back down.
But the House of Commons wasn't the only place Trudeau found support.
"There had to be an agreement someplace that the president clearly felt other members had clearly violated, or at least the prime minister had violated", Rounds said.