Trump tweets about election results and skips session on pandemic during G20

Remigio Civitarese
Novembre 22, 2020

On the G20 meeting, Trump tweeted the majority of the meeting was about Covid-19. 'Was here yesterday also (early), but some of the Fake News Media failed to report it accurately - as usual.

Several outlets, including The New York Times and The Guardian, reported that Trump briefly took part in a motorcade on his Sterling, Virginia property on Saturday.

Trump had appeared at one of the G20 meetings Saturday morning. But on Friday evening, the White House released a schedule confirming his participation.

World leaders participated in a virtual G20 summit this weekend.

After the opening notes, Twenty Group Leaders held a session on pandemic preparedness and response, which often included pre-recorded speeches.

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".

The criticism comes as Trump resists acknowledging President-elect Joe Biden's victory and continues to challenge the election results.

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 US companies.

Yet the Trump administration is taking credit for Pfizer's vaccine without accepting money. Everyone else talked about the universal 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.

"During his remarks, President Trump highlighted how the United States marshaled every resource at its disposal to respond to the crisis, as well as the unprecedented economic recovery of the United States on a foundation of tax and regulatory cuts, energy independence, and fair trade deals", the spokeswoman said in a statement.

Before leaving the White House to go on the golf course, Trump signaled to the leaders that he would work with them in the future, citing the defeat battle against the outcome of the presidential election. By that time, Trump had left for his golf course in Virginia and no U.S. official had spoken out on the issue.

And he's spent a lot of on Twitter, continuing to spread conspiracy theories about how he "won" the race.

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