Her fists planted on the table, she looms above an apparently nervous Mr Trump.
The calamitous summit ended in disarray after Trump broadsided his allies by disavowing a joint statement the U.S. had agreed to.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel found the contentious Group of Seven summit with U. S. But differences remain on how to balance French President Emmanuel Macron's call for more solidarity in Europe. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, ostensibly one of Trump's closer allies, has his arms folded and appears incredulous.
Trump was especially "strong" towards Trudeau, ranting about agriculture, and Merkel. Aides for each of the leaders stood by the side, including top economic adviser Larry Kudlow and national security adviser John Bolton.
Canada's Justin Trudeau and other leaders had given closing press conferences and announced a US-backed joint statement.More news: Trump wants Russian Federation to rejoin G-7
"Europe must take its fate into his own hands and no longer imprudently follow the US", Merkel said.
The picture (and many memes) have since gone viral on the internet, and Trump raised it himself at the news conference after he was asked about his relationship with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. If you look at what Canada, and Mexico, the European Union - all of them - have been doing to us for many, many decades.
He said USA farmers had been harmed by tariffs and other barriers and warned that USA trading partners would need to provide him with more favorable terms: "It's going to stop or we'll stop trading with them". "They don't take our farm products", Trump complained at the news conference Tuesday.
Berlin, Germany―World Trade Organization chief Roberto Azevedo warned Monday against a damaging "escalation" of trade tensions between the United States and other major economies, following a divisive G7 summit.
"We had been talking seriously about key issues, we had reached an agreement and then the way the President withdrew his support, through a tweet, was like a cold and even depressing shower", Merkel told local media.