aside Record Of President Trump’s Tweets On July 7, 2017 Present His Version Of Events

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Since the republican President Donald Trump did not hold the expected press conference as all the other world leaders did towards the end of the 2017 G20 summit, we are left with the president’s tweets. There was no note taker present at the 2 hour meeting between the US president and Russia’s President Vladimir Putin.

Image result for photos of leaders at 2017 g20 summitHis latest July 9th tweet reflects what he has been saying all along. The president wrote that that he confronted the Russian leader President Putin about Russia’s meddling in the 2016 US presidential elections process, which Mr. Putin proceeded to categorically deny and so, it is time to move forward.

On July 9, 2017, the LA Times listed the following presidential tweets regarding his version of the G20 events.

President Trump tweeted about:

  • His gratitude for the response to his speech in Poland on Thursday
  • His meetings Thursday with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and South Korean President Moon Jae-in
  • A new attack on Hillary Clinton campaign manager John Podesta
  • His enthusiasm as he headed into more meetings with world leaders, including Russian President Vladimir Putin
  • His vow to fight for U.S. interests, which also contained a shot at the “fake” news media
  • A highlight reel of his first full day at the Group of 20 summit in Hamburg, Germany

Image result for photos of leaders at 2017 g20 summitTrump did not tweet about:

5 comments

    • Dear 1EarthUnited,

      His daughter sitting at a table of leaders in this situation may not have been appropriate. She had not earned that position like having endured an election process and having led a country.

      If other leaders had appointed surrogates sitting there, then it would at least be a defensible position.

      But that is the least of what concerns me about what occurred at the G20 summit.

      Hugs, Gronda

  1. A professional leader will sometimes play a card indicating that something is rather too insignificant for them to bother about, thus in the eyes of the public taking some of its importance away.
    Tweeting in all directions just come across as juvenile and not concentrating on big issues.

    • Dear Roger,

      On this side of the pond, the news commentary about DDT’s G20 performance has been brutal, with the exception of the far right media (which are mostly mum on the subject).

      His tweets are not landing well except with his hard-line supporters.

      Hugs, Gronda

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