Mick Mulvaney defends location of 46th G7 summit as the left explodes

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The 46th G7 meeting, scheduled to occur in the United States next summer, will be hosted at one of President Donald Trump’s Florida golf resorts, acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney announced during a press briefing Thursday afternoon.

“We’re going to do the 46th G7 summit on June 10 through June 12th at the Trump National Doral facility in Doral, Florida,” he said, triggering much weeping and gnashing of teeth among members of the “Resistance”.

He then proceeded to describe what makes the location so perfect.

“There’s a long list of the accommodations on-site — the ballrooms, the bilateral rooms, the photo-ops, the support hotels that are there, the proximity to cities and airports, helicopter landing zones, medical facilities, etc.,” he said.

See a video review of the luxury hotel below:

Before turning the presser over to reporters for questions, he attempted to preempt them by addressing what he knew would be their primary concern.

“[A]nticipating your questions, how is this is not emolument violation?” he asked rhetorically. “Will the president profit from this? The president pretty much made it very clear since he got here, he doesn’t profit from being here. He has no interest in profiting from being here.”

Nevertheless, as soon as he opened the presser for questions, Mulvaney was bombarded by allegations that the G7 decision amounts to a gross “conflict of interest” wholly equivalent to the one perpetrated by former Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter.

The acting chief of staff fired back by noting that neither concerns about profit nor about branding are relevant to this decision.

“First off, we’re not making any profit. We’ve already established that,” he said before pivoting to concerns about branding. “I would simply ask y’all to consider the possibility that Donald Trump’s brand is probably strong enough as it is and doesn’t need any more help on that. It’s the most recognizable name in the English language and probably around the world right now.”

“There’s no profit here, there’s clearly profit with the Bidens,” he later added.

Listen to the whole presser below:

He also explained how the choice of Doral would ultimately save the government (taxpayers) money.

Within minutes of the announcement, Twitter was awash in veritable tears from outraged members of the Twitterati “Resistance” who couldn’t understand for the life of them how this was happening, and why it was being allowed to happen.

Some even called for congressional Democrats to impeach the president over this.

“Trump just picked his Doral resort as site of next G-7 summit,” Scott Dworkin opined. “He’s trying to distract from his corruption, with more corruption. This is absurd. Congress can’t let this happen. This should be considered as another impeachable offense. It’s disgusting, pure corruption.”

Dworkin is a radical far-left zealot known for co-signing an absurd Russian collusion delusion conspiracy theory involving rapper Kanye West:

“Vice President Pence stays at a Trump hotel in Ireland,” equally far-left CNN commentator Keith Boykin added. “Attorney General Barr books an event at Trump’s DC Hotel. The Air Force makes pit stops at Trump’s Scottish resort. And now Trump is hosting the G7 at his Miami resort.”

Although the three other events that Boykin listed were initially used by the media to falsely cry corruption, the facts eventually debunked these conspiracy theories as well.

And of course, the president’s loudest critic, George Conway, opined on the matter as well, tweeting “Utterly shameless” of Mulvaney’s announcement.

Look at the fury below:

Mulvaney’s announcement and the subsequent Twitter tears come amid a new report that Trump is slated to win the 2020 presidential election.

“The financial firm Moody’s Analytics predicts that President Trump will win the 2020 election in a landslide due to today’s economic conditions,” CNN admitted Wednesday.

As in the same CNN that hates Trump’s guts.

Vivek Saxena

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V. Saxena is a staff writer for BizPac Review with a decade of experience as a professional writer, and a lifetime of experience as an avid news junkie. He holds a degree in computer technology from Purdue University.
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