President Trump accused "Radical Left Democrats" of having leaked reports of bugs at one of his Miami golf resorts, which he also selected as the venue for the G7 meeting next year.
"No bedbugs at Doral," Trump wrote on Twitter this Tuesday morning. "The Radical Left Democrats spread this false and evil rumor when they heard that the perfectly positioned (for the next G-7) Doral National MIAMI was for the Not nice! "
The Miami Herald reported in 2017 that a lawsuit between New Jersey insurance manager Eric Linder and the club had reached a tentative agreement after Linder's recovery At the resort on March 16, 2016, court-appointed mediator Frank Allocca filed a brief, one-page report that has just entered the court's file announcing that an agreement had been reached gave no details about what is likely to be a confidential business. "
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There is no evidence that Linders lawsuit any Had ties to the Democratic Party.
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# TrumpBedBugs was announced on Twitter on Twitter after Trump set up his Doral Club as host for the G7 summit selected next year to take place in the US. During a joint press conference with French President Emmanuel Macron, Trump gave an expanded advertisement for the club as a perfect place for the meeting of world leaders.
"With Doral we have a number of great buildings – we call them bungalows – they each offer 50 to 70 deluxe rooms with great views," said Trump. "We have incredible conference rooms, incredible restaurants. It is so natural.
According to the President's comments, Senior Member of the Senate Finance Committee, Ron Wyden, D-Ore, issued a statement stating that the G-7 should not be held on a property owned by Trump.  "Under no circumstances should the G-7 be held at Trump's Doral Resort, which would be one of the most egregious examples of corruption and self-fulfillment in a presidency filled with them," said Wyden. "Trump uses the office to fill his own pockets at the expense of the American people and our reputation in the world. To require our allies to spend money at the President's hotel to attend the G-7 would be an insult to them and a violation of the compensation clause in our constitution. "
" In my view, I will not make any money. "Trump said Monday, when he set up his property." In my opinion, I will not make any money. I do not want to make any money. I do not care if I make money. "
June Washington Post analysis shows that Trump visits his real estate himself In the first six months of 2017, he generated revenue of at least $ 1.6 million, which was largely paid by the government and the Trump campaign – despite the concern "that he used the power of the presidency to channel taxpayers' money into his own pockets." A Saudi Arabia-funded lobbyist paid for 500 after the 2016 elections Room at Trump's Washington hotel Trump previously harbored world leaders in its homes, including a rocket attack on Syria in April 2017 during a summit meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping in Mar-a-Lago.
Trump's bug-tweet seems not to be related to the other insect's story of the day, bugs resurfaced on Monday night after New York Times columnist Bret St ephens criticized a professor at George Washington University who compared him to a bug on Twitter. Stephens wrote to David Karpf and the University Provost by email: "I would appreciate you coming to my house, meeting my wife and children, talking to us for a few minutes and then calling me a bug Stephens, who often Pointing to the importance of freedom of speech and the right to insult (19459052), was flatly mocked for calling Wanzewitz a "new standard" for online harassment.
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