Throughout his weekend with world leaders at the G7 Summit in Paris, President Donald Trump kept looking ahead to when the United States hosts the summit in Florida next year. And his suggestion for the locale he thinks should host the summit was quite literally on brand.

Trump suggested multiple times that the summit, which costs hundreds of millions of dollars to put on, be held at his Trump National Doral Miami resort, citing the resort's luxurious rooms and proximity to the Miami airport.

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President Donald Trump gathered with other world leaders on Thursday to commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day, in which allied troops invaded Normandy to move against Nazi control of France.

With hundreds of thousands of troops across an array of allegiances dying that day, the world leaders signed a solemn proclamation to mark it. The proclamation notes the horrors each country faced in the wake of World War II, and the leaders acknowledged their responsibility in making sure conflict of that degree never happens again.

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On the somber 75th anniversary of D-Day, leaders from all over the world gathered on Thursday to commemorate the invasion that saw allied forces begin to liberate France from Nazi control, beginning with storming the beaches of Normandy.

Despite the scores of soldiers who died during the invasion, and the complex history that's happened since, Republican Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee couldn't help but make a snide comment about German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

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On Thursday, May 30, German Chancellor Angela Merkel gave the commencement speech at Harvard's graduation, where she received an Honorary Doctorate of Law Degree.

While the German leader named no names, many felt her remarks were a direct rebuke of President Donald Trump and his administration.

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel ripped President Donald Trump's threats of slapping tariffs on German cars at the Munich Security Conference last weekend and Ivanka Trump did not take too kindly to her remarks.

Merkel shared her frustration over Trump's hostility toward American trading partners such as Germany, which invested in the world's largest BMW plant in Spartanburg, South Carolina.

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BRUSSELS, BELGIUM - JULY 11: German Chancellor Angela Merkel and U.S. President Donald Trump attend the opening ceremony at the 2018 NATO Summit at NATO headquarters on July 11, 2018 in Brussels, Belgium. Leaders from NATO member and partner states are meeting for a two-day summit, which is being overshadowed by strong demands by U.S. President Trump for most NATO member countries to spend more on defense. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)

German Chancellor Angela Markel rejected President Donald Trump's claims that Germany "is totally controlled by Russia" by recalling her own youth in Soviet-dominated East Germany and defending her nation's independence and policies.

Trump made his remarks ahead of a NATO leaders’ summit in Brussels this morning. He specifically cited the controversial Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline project, an offshore natural gas pipeline from Vyborg in the Russian Federation to Greifswald in Germany.

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