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Trump's decision to award G7 hosting rights to his own resort triggers corruption claims

SBS Thursday, 17 October 2019
White House acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney has announced the next G7 summit will be held a golf resort owned by President Donald Trump.
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News video: Trump picks own struggling golf resort to host next year's G-7

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WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump has decided to hold next year's G-7 summit at one of his own resorts down in Florida because—yeah, why not!? According to Politico, Trump's gut instincts to inject millions of dollars into his financially struggling Trump National Doral Miami resort puts him...

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