Tensions With China, Putin Meeting To Dominate Trump’s G-20 Trip

President Trump leaves Thursday for the G-20 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, with a packed schedule ahead of him and a number of looming questions that could determine whether the trip is a success or a mess.

Traditionally these big international meetings have culminated with a communique, agreed to by all or most of the nations in attendance. But Trump isn’t a fan of multilateral, well, anything. So, his emphasis will be on a series of bilateral meetings taking place on the sidelines of the gathering.

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