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President Trump faces political dangers as he heads to Canada for the Group of Seven economic summit starting Friday, with deep discord at the center of the meeting.

Many of the other leading industrialized nations represented at Friday and Saturday’s summit have slammed the tariffs that the U.S. has introduced recently, while Trump’s decision to abandon the Iran nuclear deal and the Paris climate accord have also flummoxed global leaders.

Leaders of nations that are usually vocal U.S. allies have become pointed in their criticism. And now they will have their chance to press their case with Trump directly, in a setting where no other participant shares the administration’s positions.

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British Prime Minister Theresa May has called the Trump administration’s move to impose steep tariffs on imported steel and aluminum “unjustified and deeply disappointing.”

Her Canadian counterpart, Justin Trudeau, called one rationale for those tariffs — that they were necessary in order to safeguard U.S. national security — “insulting and unacceptable.”

And on Thursday, French President Emmanuel Macron picked up on speculation that Trump might not sign the traditional end-of-conference joint communiqué at the G7, suggesting that the other nations were becoming a countervailing force to U.S. power.

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