They have “a special relationship.” That’s what President Donald Trump said about his host at the Group of Seven summit at the beach resort city of Biarritz Saturday. But before President Emmanuel Macron had his U.S. counterpart over for lunch, Trump’s aides criticized France’s agenda for leaders of the world’s economic powers as “niche,” like climate change and gender equality, to please a French audience.
What are they doing today? New British Prime Minister Boris Johnson basked in Trump’s adulation over breakfast before the seven leaders gathered to discuss the threat of a global economic downturn.
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