White House Economic Adviser Larry Kudlow suffered a heart attack on Monday (June 11). This was just two days after he appeared on CNN for Jake Tapper's "State of the Union," saying Canada’s Prime Minister Trudeau "stabbed us in the back." He even appeared on CBS' "Face the Nation" and said Trudeau "betrayed Trump."

Kudlow wasn’t the only adviser to attack Trudeau. Within hours of Kudlow's interview, White House Trade Adviser Peter Navarro appeared on Fox News stating eerily similar rhetoric. He added that there was "a special place in hell" for leaders like Trudeau.

The comments came as a shock to the Canadians, and Americans alike.

Kudlow suffers a heart attack

The side that threw the first stone happened to be the side that took a serious hit. Just moments before Kim Jong-un and Donald Trump were to meet face-to-face at their Singapore summit, the US president was notified Kudlow had a heart attack and he then tweeted the information to the public.

The official statement from the White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders was that “Kudlow experienced what his doctors say was a very mild heart attack." She added that "Larry is currently in good condition at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center and his doctors expect he will make a full and speedy recovery."

This was the same information Kudlow’s wife later told the Washington Post and shared that he was doing fine and the doctors were "fabulous." According to Fox News reports, Mr.

Kudlow was released from the hospital on Wednesday (June 13) and is said to be doing well.

Navarro apologizes to Canada

In a CBS interview on Monday (June 11) the former US ambassador to Canada, Bruce Heyman, admonished the trade adviser and strongly suggested Navarro apologize.

Peter Navarro must have gotten spooked or public opinion got the best of him about his vicious attack on Canada's well-liked Prime Minister, because the following day, Tuesday (June 12), Navarro publicly apologized.

Navarro said he was trying to send a strong message and admitted different language should have been used to make his point.

White House advisers’ venom was Trump-inspired

Kudlow and Navarro admitted their comments were in response to statements Trudeau made in a press conference after the G-7 summit [VIDEO]. And interestingly enough, in both Kudlow's and Navarro's interviews, they pointed to the president's anger and their goal to message strength to Trudeau and the world, especially since he had to meet Kim Jong-un.

This is the kind of stressful environment Kudlow's family and friends are concerned about when he returns to work, reported Politico. The rest of the world is also unsure about the White House and America's allegiances, considering that the POTUS pushed for Russia [VIDEO] at the G-7 summit.

It is unfortunate that the price of those messages has come in the form of stress, isolation, and a strained wedge between the group of seven industrialized-ally nations, Canada, Italy, France, Germany, Japan, the UK, and the US. And now that Trump's advisers have insulted a world leader because he defended his country against the US' 25 percent tariff increase, one can only wonder how this plays out in today's political climate. Especially considering the tariff situation still remains unresolved.