Trump-Kim Summit: US President resumes Twitter war of words with Justin Trudeau in Singapore first thing Monday morning

President Trump arrived in Singapore on Sunday evening.
Ministry of Communications and Information (Singapore)

United States of America President Donald Trump arrived at the Singapore Paya Lebar Air Base on Sunday evening (June 10) and headed straight to Shangri-La hotel where he turned in for the night.

He arrived from the G7 meeting in Canada over the weekend where the US and Canada are embroiled in trade and diplomatic spat after Trump decided to abruptly withdraw his support for a Group of Seven communique.

While on-route to Singapore on Air Force One, Trump took to Twitter to slam Canadian prime minster Justin Trudeau for being “meek and mild” during the G7 meetings and proceeded to also call the latter “dishonest and weak”.

Trump was quiet after touching down in Singapore on Sunday night but was back online first thing Monday morning, engaging Trudeau again in a war of words.

The US president also expressed “excitement” over his planned meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, which will take place in less than 24 hours on Tuesday morning at the Capella Hotel in Sentosa.