The US president was rebuffed on this request, with the other leaders explaining, and rightly so, that the cause for the "expulsion" of Russian Federation was due to its invasion, occupation and annexation of Crimea in 2014.
The G7 summit was a "difficult" occasion, Theresa May has told MPs, with "candid discussions" between the USA president and other world leaders. The French presidency had earlier condemned "fits of anger".
Trump, who arrived rather late to the summit and left early was contentious and fractious right from the beginning, when he called on the leaders of France, Germany, UK, Japan and Canada to invite back Russian Federation to the fold of the G-7.
But speaking to the Commons this afternoon, Theresa May said she still believed the forum played an important role, telling MPs "it is only through continued dialogue that we can find ways to work together to resolve the challenges we face".
This matter was brought again in the G7 summit when Justin Trudeau criticized U.S. president's trade policy as "insulting" in a news conference that concluded the summit.
MacLauchlan said he supported the Prime Minister's retaliatory tariffs in response to USA tariffs on Canadian steel and aluminum and called on opposition parties to join him in expressing support for the federal government.
"Change is coming!" he warned.
Premier Wade MacLauchlan publicly expressed his support in the legislature for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Tuesday, in the wake of the growing U.S.