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Dutch Prime Minister Not Playing Trump's Game

03 July 2018, 02:43 | Austin Hogan

"Just think about those cars that pour in here, and we'll do something, right?"

As White House aides attempted to clear out the Oval Office, the unruly gaggle caught the Prime Minister by surprise, and he turned to President Trump in amusement asking "Is it always like this?"

Donald Trump with Mark Rutte outside the White House.

Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte interrupted Donald Trump on Monday, saying "No" when the U.S. president claimed that failing to reach a deal on European Union trade would be "positive".

The Prime Minister of the Netherlands, Mark Rutte, was clearly shook by all the reporters shouting questions.

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Trump and Rutte will both be attending next week's North Atlantic Treaty Organisation meetings.

It showed the level of discontent among European leaders at Trump's trade move, which he is threatening to apply to cars. He said he wasn't "planning anything now" but if the WTO doesn't treat the USA properly, "we will be doing something".

The EU has been engaged in a dispute with the USA over the steel and aluminium tariffs, which were introduced on June 1.

During the meeting with Rutte, Trump said he was "very close" to reaching a number of trade deals, describing them as "fair trade deals for our taxpayers, and for our workers and for our farmers". Asked if he planned to pull out of the WTO, Trump said the trade organization had treated the U.S.

The Chamber is a traditional ally of Trump's Republican Party and said the White House is risking a global trade war.



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