Reporter Goes Undercover at Trump Doral to Expose What World Leaders Would Have Seen at G7, and It's Not Pretty
When President Donald Trump's chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, announced that the administration would be hosting the 2020 G7 summit of world leaders at Trump's own Doral Miami resort, there was widespread backlash. It was widely considered it a poorly masked attempt by Trump to profit off the Presidency by funneling millions of taxpayer dollars into one of his businesses.
The Trump administration, while falsely claiming the President wouldn't profit from the summit, insisted that Doral was chosen solely because it was the best place in the United States to host the G7. Mulvaney even said one of the site's inspectors remarked that Doral appeared to be made especially for the G7, with bountiful accommodations for the expansive security, culinary, transportation, and other amenities required for a gathering of world leaders.
Trump Supporting Former Senator Says 'Hell No!' to Idea of Trump Holding 2020 G-7 Meeting At His Miami Resort
People were disturbed when President Donald Trump, at the G7 summit in France, called for next year's summit in the United States to be held in Miami, Florida—at his resort.
Citing the accommodations and its proximity to the airport, Trump suggested multiple times that the summit, which costs hundreds of millions of dollars, occur at the Trump National Doral Miami. This would be a clear violation of the Emoluments clause, which forbids a President from using his platform for profit.
Trump Keeps Pitching His Doral Miami Resort as the Site of the Next G7 Summit, but Insists He's Not Going to Profit Off It
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.
Expectant Russian parents are coming to Donald Trump’s resorts in order to give birth on American soil.
Birth tourism is not a new trend; around the world, parents travel to other countries to give birth. In China, parents traveled to circumvent the one-child policy. In the U.S., parents have traveled to Canada to take advantage of lower healthcare costs. Many people travel to give their children advantages offered by their country of birth, including educational access, healthcare, citizenship, and future ability to sponsor their parents.