Trump calls into digital G20 summit, talks COVID-19 with world leaders
President Trump joined the primary of two digital conferences with world leaders Saturday as a part of a coronavirus-throttled G20 summit — in what could possibly be the final worldwide gathering of his presidency.
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Trump was set to beam in to Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, from the White Home State of affairs Room for a gathering chaired by King Salman and attended by the leaders of 19 main world economies. The worldwide response to the pandemic was anticipated to be on the high of the agenda.
A lavish G20 gathering that had been set for the Saudi capital, full with elaborate greeting ceremonies and stylish dinners, was sharply curtailed in September because of the worsening well being disaster.
However organizers didn’t abandon the normal “household picture” of the heads of state.
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As an alternative, they replicated the annual picture shoot by fashioning a group of full-length photos of the leaders right into a composite picture — with a grinning Trump within the first row — and projected the portrait on a wall in Riyadh Friday evening.