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Trump Says His Resort Will No Longer Host 2020 G-7 Summit

Newsy Sunday, 20 October 2019
Trump Says His Resort Will No Longer Host 2020 G-7 SummitWatch VideoFollowing intense bipartisan criticism, President Donald Trump announced that his Trump National Doral Miami resort in Florida will no longer host next year's Group of Seven summit.

President Trump tweeted Saturday night that his intention was to do something "very good" for the country, but "irrational hostility"...
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Lawmakers had already begun writing legislation to push back against the use of Trump's property to host the G-7 summit.

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