Trump Skips G-20 Summit Discussion On Global Pandemic To Golf

Trump Goes On Saturday Night Tweeting Spree: ‘The Media’ Just As ‘Corrupt As The Election Itself!’

Trump Leaves G-20 Virtual Summit Before COVID Conference

The White House confirmed Trump's participation late Friday afternoon, according to the Washington Post, less than a day before the summit was scheduled to begin.The countries that make up the G20 "represent around 80% of the world's economic output, two-thirds of global population and three-quarters of worldwide trade", an information page for the summit says. 'Was here yesterday also (early), but some of the Fake News Media failed to report it accurately - as usual.

On Sunday, White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow could be seen in Trump's seat as the conference drew to a close.

Donald Trump used to say Barack Obama played too much golf.

World leaders attended the Virtual G20 summit this weekend.

The event featured the views of leaders including French President Emmanuel Macron and South Korean President Moon Jae-in, and its interpretation focused on the "integrated response to corona virus infection and advanced global epidemic production".

And his statement was not released by the White House, Despite CNN And other outlets said they asked.

Trump Goes On Saturday Night Tweeting Spree: ‘The Media’ Just As ‘Corrupt As The Election Itself!’

Before he left the White House to go to the golf course, Trump implied to leaders that he will be working with them in the future, a reference to the losing fight he has put up against the results of the presidential election.

"I look forward to working with you again for a long time", he told the leaders, according to audio obtained by the Associated Press.

He was also proud of Operation Warp Speed, the push for the coronavirus vaccine in the United States, which only funded one of the two potential successful candidates.

Yet the Trump administration is taking credit for Pfizer's vaccine without accepting money. "Everyone else talked about the global issue of life and death". Politico reported that Trump's exact plans were not clear to leaders who heard his speech, and the White House did not immediately provide text of Trump's remarks Saturday.

Coronavirus cases have spread across the country - there are now 12.2 million cases in the United States that have killed more than 256,000 people.

Trump, who has not yet accepted his defeat against Joe Biden in this month's presidential elections, spoke at the inaugural session.

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