Donald Trump’s golf resort in Miami to host next year’s G-7 Summit: White House

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President Donald Trump has reasoned that the resort was shut to the airport, had loads of lodge rooms and provided separate buildings for each delegation. (File)

The White House introduced on Thursday next year’s Group of Seven or G7 Summit can be held at US President Donald Trump’s golf resort in Miami, AP reported. Trump has reasoned that the resort was shut to the airport, had loads of lodge rooms and provided separate buildings for each delegation.

This seems to be the primary time in American historical past {that a} president has given such a large contract to himself, Washington Post reported. White House performing chief of employees Mick Mulvaney informed reporters the summit would happen there on June 10-12 next 12 months.

Trump had first mooted the potential of holding the G7 Summit at his Miami resort throughout his go to to France for this year’s assembly in August. At that point, Trump had insisted he wouldn’t instantly revenue from the selection.

The announcement Thursday comes at a time when Trump has accused Joe Biden’s household of making the most of public workplace due to Hunter Biden’s enterprise actions in Ukraine when his father was vice chairman.

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