Trump wants G7 summit delayed, says group needs new members


WASHINGTON — U.S. President Donald Trump said Saturday he will postpone a meeting of Group of 7 nations until fall and called for an expansion of the group’s membership because he considers it an outdated group that doesn’t properly represent what’s taking place in the world.


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Trump singled out Russia, Australia, South Korea and India as imaginable additions.

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Trump informed journalists aboard Air Drive One as he returned from Florida that he had no longer but set a brand new date, however he mentioned the collection may happen in September across the time of the once a year assembly of the United International locations.

He additionally mentioned it could wait till after the November election.




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