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Trump to hold G-7 summit at Camp David after reversal on his Doral golf resort

USATODAY.com Tuesday, 3 December 2019 ()
The president had faced widespread condemnation from both Democrats and Republicans when he announced Doral as the host site for the G-7 in October.
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News video: Trump Says 2020 G-7 Summit Will Be at Camp David

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Trump Says 2020 G-7 Summit Will be at Camp David. The U.S. president confirmed the location in a NATO meeting alongside Canada PM Justin Trudeau. The summit was previously held at the Maryland retreat in 2012. The UK, France, Germany, Japan and France are also in the G-7. It will be at Camp David,...

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