President TrumpDonald John Trump Romney on Trump’s election tactics: ‘Difficult to imagine a worse, more undemocratic act’ by President New York expands Trump’s tax fraud investigations to include write-offs: report Biden promises the federal government will pay for National Guard coronavirus work: ‘ It has to be paid for more will appear on the virtual group at the 20 (G-20) summit this weekend, the White House announced as global leaders battled rising coronavirus cases around the world.
Trump will attend the summit both Saturday and Sunday, according to a schedule released by the White House Friday night. It is unclear exactly what events the president will attend.
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Trump’s appearance at the summit comes as he refuses to accept the elected president Joe BidenJoe BidenRomney on Trump’s election tactics: ‘Hard to imagine a worse, more undemocratic act’ by President Biden promises the federal government will pay for National Guard coronavirus work: ‘It must be paid for’ House Committee chairmen demand briefing from GSA leader about the president’s transition MOREvictory in the election earlier this month, and as his campaign seeks to overturn the results.
The president has made only a few appearances since the November 3 election with his latest public remarks focusing on announcing the administration’s coronavirus vaccine efforts and announcing actions aimed at lowering the price of prescription drugs.
Speaking in the White House Rose Garden last Friday, Trump said his administration would not advocate a national lockdown to stop the spread of coronavirus and apparently pushed back on the incoming Biden administration that implemented such a restriction. .
Biden promised Thursday that he would not implement a national lockdown to get COVID-19 under control and said, “I will not shut down the economy, period. I will shut down the virus.”
Trump’s appearance at the virtual meeting between world leaders this weekend comes as the coronavirus rages across the globe, with more than 57 million cases reported worldwide and nearly 1.37 million deaths.
In the United States, more than 11.9 million cases have been registered this year, while more than 254,000 people have died, according to data collected by Johns Hopkins University.
When executives joined a G-20 emergency teleconference earlier this year to discuss the global coronavirus response, the number of cases worldwide peaked at 500,000 with nearly 20,000 deaths related to the disease.
The growing number of cases in the United States has led New York City to close schools for personal learning and led the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to recommend traveling toward Thanksgiving.
This weekend’s summit marks one of Trump’s last appearances with other world leaders before leaving office in January. The leaders of a number of American allies have congratulated Biden and spoken to him by telephone after his election victory.
Trump interacted with various leaders at the G-20 summit last year as he drew attention for fun about “fake news” while sitting with the Russian president Vladimir PutinVladimir Vladimirovich PutinThe new marshmallow media in the Biden era How to fight Putin’s economic aggression By turning ‘America First’, Biden needs a multilateral strategy MORE and stood next to Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan for the summit’s family photo ‘that year.