Reference News Network reported on November 23rd that foreign media said that the leaders of the richest countries in the world promoted equality in the race to vaccinate people against the novel coronavirus, while President Trump remained silent on sharing American-made vaccines with other countries.
According to a person at the G20 video summit, Trump said at the meeting: “It is an honor to work with you, and I look forward to working with you for a long time in the future.”
According to the Bloomberg News website on November 22, the battle against the coronavirus occupies the first day of the Group of Twenty (G20) video summit, which is hosted by Saudi Arabia.
President Trump told leaders of other countries that any American who wants to get it will be able to get it, according to officials who declined to be named, noting in particular the U.S. pharmaceutical company Pfizer, whose coronavirus vaccine was jointly developed with the German biotechnology company.
According to the report, Trump praised the leadership of the United States to effectively combat the virus and successfully boost the national economy. But he said nothing about allowing the rest of the world to obtain a vaccine from the United States.
According to the report, according to people familiar with the matter, Trump withdrew from the videoconference shortly after his remarks, while British Prime Minister Johnson was speaking.
According to an AFP news agency Riyadh on November 21, US President Trump went to the golf course after making a brief appearance at the G20 summit and delivering a video speech.
A source involved in the videoconference said that Trump “said that he had done absolutely incredible work during his tenure, both in the economy and in the fight against the epidemic”. The meeting is closed to the media.
The source said it was “self-proclaimed” and said that Trump “did not express any opinion on the global situation”.
According to another participant, Trump said at the meeting: “It is an honor to work with you, and I look forward to working with you for a long time in the future.”
According to the report, after the speech at the video summit, as leaders from other countries made speeches, U.S. Treasury Secretary Mnuchin replaced Trump at the meeting. Next, Trump left the White House for his golf course in Virginia, which is not far from Washington.
According to the website of The New York Times on November 21, Trump continued his regular activities on the weekend after the election. He tweeted a new, empty promise to expose “fraud” and then went to the golf course in Virginia. This is the third consecutive weekend he has done so.
Trump tweeted Saturday morning: “Information about Georgia’s major election fraud has been exposed. Please pay attention!”
Trump has reportedly not taken questions from reporters since the presidential election. However, he played golf on November 7, 8, 14, 15 and 21.