According to CNN, on November 21, local time, the Group of 20 summit was officially held online.
However, Trump did not take the last few chances to show his face as president. He not only took a short run, but also directly "escaped" to play golf.
On the 22nd, Trump violently criticized the "Paris Climate Agreement" in a speech recorded in advance by the White House, saying that it "will destroy the United States."
"The Paris accord was not designed to save the environment, it was designed to kill the American economy. I refuse to surrender millions of American jobs and send trillions of American dollars to the world's worst polluters and environmental offenders."
At the virtual public panel, previous speakers all praised the 2015 Paris Climate Change Accord as vital to saving the planet, another of the G20's goals. Trump, on the other hand, declared it a plan to kill America.
In a room full of reporters and officials in Riyadh, as Trump's speech was played on a massive screen almost no one paid attention, unlike when the other leaders spoke.
And Trump seems to be not interested in this summit.
According to reports, 13 minutes after the online opening ceremony of the summit began at 8 o'clock on the 21st, he began to "slip" and tweeted several tweets on Twitter, but none of them had anything to do with the meeting itself. He was still accusing "election fraud." "(Election fraud), and responded to the eldest son's diagnosis of the new crown, saying "My son is fine, thank you!"
The president then left the White House shortly before 10 am to visit his namesake golf club outside Washington, DC, as other world leaders such as French President Emmanuel Macron, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and South Korean President Moon Jae-in spoke during a side event on "Pandemic Preparedness and Response," CNN reported.