Even if Donald Trump hadn't been running for President, 2016 would have been an important year for him in his role as the head of the Trump Organization. His hotel operation, in particular, is on course for a rapid worldwide expansion, from fourteen hotels to more than a hundred, according to a June interview with Eric Danziger, the C.E.O. of Trump Hotels. The firm added three new hotels, in Washington, D.C., Canada, and Panama, during the year and is looking at opportunities in the Dominican Republic, London, Frankfurt, Munich, Amsterdam, and Tel Aviv. In Asia, a hotel and residential complex in Bali, Indonesia, is under way, as are projects in Mumbai and Pune, India. Buildings with his name in Baku, Azerbaijan, and Istanbul have faced some problems, but the company is undaunted.
How will they get on? Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin will have their first face-to-face meeting later at the G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany. The US and Russian presidents say they want to repair relations damaged by disagreements over Syria and Ukraine, not to mention ongoing allegations that Russia meddled in last year's US presidential election. Their meeting is expected to last between 30 minutes and an hour. Mr Trump has urged Mr Putin to stop supporting for "hostile regimes", such as those in Syria and Iran.
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U.S. President Donald Trump (third from right) and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson (right) meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin (third from left) and Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov (left) at the G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany on July 7. Photo by Sputnik/Mikhail Klimentyev/Kremlin via Reuters HAMBURG, Germany -- At long last face to face, President Donald Trump confronted Russian President Vladimir Putin directly on Friday over Moscow's meddling in the 2016 presidential campaign, as the two leaders sought to use their historic first meeting to move past the issue and forge closer cooperation on Syria. In a two-hours-plus meeting in Germany, Trump and Putin had a "robust and lengthy" discussion about the interference, though Putin denied involvement, said Secretary of State Rex Tillerson. His Russian counterpart, Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, said Trump had accepted Putin's assurances that Russia didn't meddle in the U.S. election -- a divergent description of the conversation that illustrated each country's effort to show its leader had held his ground. "I think the president is rightly focused on how do we move forward from something that may be an intractable disagreement at this point," said Tillerson, who took part in the meeting along with Lavrov. Trump's decision to raise the issue directly with Putin fulfilled ardent demands by U.S. lawmakers of both parties that the president not shy away from the issue in his highly anticipated meeting with Putin.
President Donald Trump meets with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the G20 Summit, Friday, July 7, 2017, in Hamburg. President Donald Trump meets with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the G20 Summit, Friday, July 7, 2017, in Hamburg. President Donald Trump meets with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the G20 Summit, Friday, July 7, 2017, in Hamburg. HAMBURG, Germany (AP) -- At long last face to face, President Donald Trump confronted Russian President Vladimir Putin directly Friday over Moscow's meddling in the 2016 presidential campaign, as the two leaders sought to use their historic first meeting to move past the issue and forge closer cooperation on Syria.