This Summit will be the one of Trump's last appearances with other world leaders before he is slated to leave the White House on January 20, 2021, after losing the November 3 presidential election to his Democratic challenger Joe Biden.
Trump tweeted Sunday morning that he was here for the second round of the Virtual G20 - and said he was there yesterday as well, claiming his statement was "available" but was not released by the White House. The White House did not immediately respond to Business Insider's request for comment. At some point, Mr. Trump raised the possibility of holding a G7 summit after the election, but officials said there were now no plans to hold a summit before the G7 president moves to Britain in January.
'He spoke about the aggressive actions and safety measures the United States took to protect the vulnerable, pioneer groundbreaking treatments, and develop vaccines and therapies at record-setting speed, which will save millions of lives, ' the readout also said.
Further, it says Trump reaffirmed the importance of the G20 working together for future economic growth and prosperity.
Politico said Trump's main message was: Vaccinate America first.
The president also reportedly claimed that the two vaccines that have showed promising signs this week, one from Moderna and the other by Pfizer and BioNTech, were the result of efforts by USA companies. BioNTech is a biotechnology firm based in Germany.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called President Donald Trump a "psychopathic nut" on Thursday evening.
Trump's apparent frustration at the summit began on Saturday when he arrived at 8 a.m. ET.
He continued to show off the USA economy and military, and repeated false claims that his government's Warp Speed operation was behind the first two successful vaccines for the coronavirus.
The president has consistently refused to concede the election to President-elect Joe Biden, who was announced as the projected victor by The Associated Press and other major news outlets two weeks ago.
"Pandemic Preparedness and Response", CNN reported.
Earlier, it was reported that the number of coronavirus cases confirmed all over the world had surpassed 58 million, according to the latest data from the Johns Hopkins University's Coronavirus Resource Center.