HAMBURG, Germany (CBSNewYork) — President Donald Trump concluded his second worldwide journey as Commander in Chief on Saturday, as day two of the G-20 summit got here to an finish.
New York Metropolis Mayor Invoice de Blaiso was additionally there, addressing the crowds of protesters outdoors.
Trump met with an inventory of world leaders, together with the Indonesian president, the prime minister of Singapore, the Japanese prime minister and the British prime minister. He later confirmed the U.S. and Britain are engaged on an settlement.
“We’re engaged on a commerce deal, which shall be a really huge deal, very highly effective deal. Will probably be nice for each nations,” he stated. “I feel we could have that executed very, in a short time.”
The president additionally put an finish to hypothesis that a journey to the U.Okay. might have been canceled resulting from backlash in Britain amongst lawmakers and the general public.
“I shall be going to London,” he stated.
When requested when, he replied, “We’ll work that out.”
The commerce talks continued with the Chinese language president. Throughout a bilateral assembly, Trump thanked the nation for its help in serving to with North Korea.
“I respect the issues that you’ve achieved in mild of the very substantial drawback that all of us face in North Korea – an issue that one thing needs to be accomplished about,” he stated.
Whereas talks have been peaceable contained in the summit, the identical couldn’t be stated for what occurred on the streets.
De Blasio spoke to a gaggle of protesters in Hamburg.
“Hamburg and New York Metropolis, we’ve a lot in widespread. We worth freedom. We worth an open society, a tolerant society,” he stated.
The town estimates as much as 50,000 individuals got here out in protest. Greater than one hundred individuals have been arrested because the demonstrations started, however de Blasio defended their proper to peacefully protest.
Ivanka Trump additionally made historical past Saturday, taking her father’s seat that the desk of world leaders.