WHY TRUMP DROPPED HIS IDEA TO HOLD THE G7 AT HIS OWN HOTEL

He knew he was inviting criticism by choosing his own luxury golf club in Miami for the site of a gathering of world leaders at the Group of 7 summit in June, President Donald Trump told his aides opposed to the choice, and he was prepared for the inevitable attack from Democrats.

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