Mike Huckabee: Trump ‘the right of movement” by canceling plans to host the G-7 summit at the Florida resort

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Former Arkansas Republican Gov. Mike Huckabee weighs in on the media reaction on President Trump’s proposal to host the G7 summit in its resort in Florida.

Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, said President Trump “the right movement”, when he announced that his government no longer as the hosting of 2020, the G-7 summit, his personal resort in Doral, Florida.

Speaking on “Fox & Friends” on Sunday, Huckabee said, “they [the Democrats] going crazy over this.”

“I think, to say that the President will make the correct decision, we will not go there. It’s just something that he did not need to add to the plate. His plate is overwhelmed with things he’s criticized for it.”


Trump announced on Saturday evening that he will consider the abolition of the plans and suggested that he could, the Camp David presidential instead of retreat in Maryland.

“Based on these two media & Democrat, hostility, Crazy and Irrational we can be tweeted no more Trump National Doral, Miami consider as the Host site for the G-7 in the year 2020,” said the President. “We start the search for a different site, including the ability to Camp David, immediately.”

The announcement followed earlier tweets, in which he said he thought he “is doing something very good for our country,” by hosting world leaders at his Florida resort in the next year.

“It’s big, big, on hundreds of acres next to MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, has enormous ballrooms & conference, and every delegation, tweeted their own 50-to 70-unit building,” Trump.

The President followed up to say that he had offered to avoid the host of the summit without result itself, concerns about “compensation injury.” He said if it is legally permitted, he would offer to host the summit at no cost to the United States

Democratic lawmakers alleged on Friday that the last G-7 cost of the summit, upwards of $40 million.”

Acting White house chief of staff Mick Mulvaney announced Thursday that next year the G-7 meeting at the Trump National Doral Golf Club. June 10-12, after months of speculation.

Mulvaney said the decision would save millions of taxpayers, because the resort would offer, to the cost of his services.

“The Trump family is worthy of your money, before you went into politics,” Mulvaney added later, to calm the accusations, which benefits the President may from his office.

Trump made first of the proposal, to benefit the 2020 G-7 at his Doral resort in August in the case of the 2019 summit in France, sparking controversy over the ethics of a President potentially of an official state event.


A day after Mulvaney’s announcement, a trio of democratic legislators, the laws, the blocking of the President of the hosting in the next year adopted the summit.

Reps. Lois Frankel from Florida, Bennie Thompson from Mississippi, and Steve Cohen of Tennessee proposed that the Trump Heist Action undermines the G-7 (THUG). A companion bill sponsored by Sens. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., and Sheldon Whitehouse, Dr. I., introduced in the Senate, according to lawmakers.

The house bill would prohibit the funding for the three-day summit in June. It would also require a Trump to the Congress, to submit all documents in connection with the decision to host the summit in Doral, the legislator says.

On Sunday, Huckabee also weighed in on the media-rays of the plan, the host of the 2020 G-7 summit at the Trump National Doral Miami resort.

To try “for you [the media] to make it that Donald Trump was once in consideration Doral, because he was going to the spring is given its own nest, my goodness, the man every single Cent of his entire presidential salary. He is a billionaire,” Huckabee said. “He doesn’t need the revenue from the G-7 conference to be able to pay his electricity bill next month. This is absurd.”

He went on to say, “The President is a fighter. He’s fighting the right fight. Sometimes you have to just say, ‘This fight is worth the effort. Let me my energy to fight, something that things for the American people.'”


“So now the press will have to find something else and trust me, you will. It doesn’t matter what this President does, that you are going to find something that you like,” Huckabee said.

Fox News’ Morgan, Phillips, Melissa, Leon and Andrew O’reilly contributed to this report.

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