Saturday, 28 November, 2020

Trump avoids G20 infection to visit golf club as virus destroys US

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Deanna Wagner | 22 November, 2020, 21:30

US President Donald Trump has stressed his efforts to fight the coronavirus while promoting his moves to fix the US economy devastated by the pandemic.

He is due to join another session of the G20 on Sunday morning, according to the White House schedule.

The meeting featured remarks from French president, Emmanuel Macron, and the South Korean president, Moon Jae-in, and was focused on the "coordinated response to the coronavirus pandemic and improved global pandemic preparedness". During his 2016 campaign for the White House, Trump regularly attacked his predecessor, Barack Obama, for repeatedly hitting ties, insisting he would have little time to play golf as president because he worked so hard.

'It's been a great honor to work with you, and I look forward to working with you again for a long, ' Trump reportedly said.

Able to get audio of Trump's remarks, The Guardian reported that while addressing world leaders, the president took the rejection of the presidential election results to the world stage.

The president also reportedly claimed that the two vaccines that have showed promising signs this week, one from Moderna and the other by Pfizer and BioNTech, were the result of efforts by USA companies.

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The California Democrat dropped the remark during a House Democratic leadership call on Thursday evening, several sources told the outlet. 'Everyone else talked about global matters of life and death'.

According to Politico Europe, Trump indicated to other G-20 leaders that he wants US citizens to be the first to receive coronavirus vaccinations.

He spoke in support of the US Alliance for Democracy, but said that maintaining some independence was important for the United States.

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.

Since Joe Biden was declared the victor of the November 7 election, leaders around the world have congratulated Biden, including Midron; Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Boris Johnson; Canadian President Justin Trudeau acknowledged his victory despite Trump's refusal.

He has attended official events three times, but has otherwise spent a portion of each weekend on his Virginia golf course.