Meeting "the Big seven will be held in Quebec from 8 to 9 June".
Macron said: "We'll all be behind him to support this essential initial initiative in the fight for global denuclearization".
The United States and China reached a deal Thursday that allows the Chinese telecommunications giant ZTE Corp.to stay in business in exchange for paying an additional $1 billion in fines and agreeing to let US regulators monitor its operations.
Trump made the erroneous historical reference during the call with Trudeau on May 25, the network quoted sources familiar with the discussion as saying.
The EU also filed a complaint about the US tariffs with the World Trade Organization. "Look forward to seeing them tomorrow".
The paper says that Trump has been complaining that the two-day trip to Canada for the meeting with other world leaders is "a distraction" from his upcoming summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Singapore.
Mr Trudeau has described the USA claim that the tariff decision was taken on national security grounds as "insulting".
European Union and Canadian leaders also appeared ready to unite against Trump at the upcoming G7 summit. The nuclear agreement included Germany and the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council, which includes France and Britain - all G7 members.
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Trump won the presidency with the help of farm-heavy states like Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Ohio, and Indiana. He has echoed the administration's position that America has gotten the short end of the stick from China.
The globalised economy they helped build had both winners and losers but, until Trump's election, the United States was seen as the system's uncontested leader and a major beneficiary. The Chamber of Commerce estimates that Trump's trade policies threaten as many as 2.6 million American jobs.
Macron, meanwhile, threatened to exclude the USA from the annual joint statement issued at the end of the G-7 summit.
"The six other countries of the G7 represent a market which is bigger than the American market", the French president said.
President Donald Trump revived the idea last week, and now his leading economic adviser Larry Kudlow told Fox he spoke with Trump about it. Let them meet; let them discuss.
British Prime Minister Theresa May took a more measured tone, telling reporters she wanted the European Union to use restraint in its retaliation to the US tariffs and that the response must be proportionate and legal. Canada, for instance, warned it would hit the us with almost $17 billion worth of tariffs on goods like toilet paper and maple syrup. European allies have urged Trump to reconsider the move.
Mr Trump is trying to use the threat of tariffs on steel and aluminium imports, as well as other goods, to force numerous countries to agree to trade concessions.
So great is the rift between traditional allies that some observers have suggested renaming the G7 summit the G6+1 - and Macron said they should not hesitate to reach agreements without Trump.
Sebastian Mallaby, a senior fellow with the Council on Foreign Relations, described the relationships between the US and the rest of the G-7 as at a "new level of crisis", saying that it was not just about trade but "a general USA attitude toward the system". In the lead up to the Iraq war in 2003, the US was at odds with France and Germany, as the two European countries worked in opposition to the war.
"The American president may not mind being isolated, " Macron tweeted, "but neither do we mind signing a six-country agreement if need be".