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Trump tries to squash ‘nasty rumor’ about ‘bugs’ at Doral resort

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The President pitches Doral as a place for the next G7 summit in the year 2020.

President Trump on Tuesday tried to squash rumors that his golf resort in Doral, Florida, has bugs, after he suggested the venue as the host of next year, the G-7 summit.

“No bugs at Doral” Trump tweeted on Tuesday morning. To spread “the radical Left, Democrats, upon hearing that the ideal (for the next G-7) National Doral MIAMI was under consideration for the next G-7, that false and evil rumor. That’s not nice!”

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Trump, at a press conference in France, on Monday, said the possibility of Trump National Doral Golf Club is hosting the next G-7 summit, advertises its proximity to the Miami airport and facilities for the staff of the leader of the world and the press. A senior administration official told Fox News the next summit will be held there.

But just a few hours after he proposed, the property that started the hashtag “trump bedbugs”, trending on social media, in response to a January, 2017 Miami Herald report on claims from a Doral Inn in 2016 Wake up with dozens of bed bug bites. The guest sued the resort and allegedly reached a settlement.

Trump has been meeting for months to be the Doral resort will host the 2020-G-7, but his advisers have warned that to benefit from it in the midst of concerns about the ethics of the President personally, from an official state event.

“With Doral, we have a number of magnificent buildings, we call them bungalows,” Trump said during a press conference in France. “We have incredible conference, incredible restaurants, it is such a natural.”

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He added: “Each country can have its own villa.”

“My people looked at 12 other locations,” Trump said on Monday. “You went to the places all over the country and came back and said: ‘this is the place.'”

Trump said Monday he would not make it, no money from the next G-7 meeting, adding that he has lost “billions” of dollars, since he’s the President of missing financial opportunities.

“I used to money with lectures. Now, I talk all the time and you know how much I make? Null,” Trump said.

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The President added: “From my point of view, I’m not going to make money…I want to make money.”

Fox News’ Andrew O ‘ Reilly and John Roberts contributed to this report.

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