Trump Tweets: Recognizes special group at G20 Summit, plus Chinese President


Ever mindful of law enforcement officers and military members – even when a visitor in another country – President Trump sent out a Twitter post, thanking those who provided security at the G20 Summit in Hamburg.

Thousands of violent protesters created chaos and destruction during the summit, and over 100 officers were reported to have been injured trying to stop the violence.

President Trump tweeted his appreciation, saying, “Law enforcement & military did a spectacular job in Hamburg. Everybody felt totally safe despite the anarchists.”

Just after the summit concluded, Chinese President Xi Jinping  hosted a special 90-minute meeting with President Trump, where they discussed how to put an end to North Korea’s missile launches. Of all the sideline meetings Trump had with other world leaders, this one had been described as one of the most critical.

“I appreciate the things that you have done relative to the very substantial problem that we all face in North Korea, a problem that something has to be done about,” Trump reportedly told Xi.

“It may take longer than I’d like, it may take longer than you’d like. But there will be success in the end one way or the other,” he added.

After departing, President Trump tweeted out about the meeting. “Leaving Hamburg for Washington, D.C. and the WH. Just left China’s President Xi where we had an excellent meeting on trade & North Korea,” he stated.

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