US President's domestic political difficulties could impact meeting in Buenos Aires.
Donald Trump’s problems on the domestic political front could mean trouble for international leaders gathered at the G20 summit in Argentina, a former White House adviser says.
Brett Bruen, founder of communications agency Global Situation Room, told Euronews that the US President had been unsettled by investigations into his election campaign.
“On a good day Trump is a one man band that is often out of sync with the rest of the world’s orchestra,” he told Good Morning Europe. “Unfortunately now I think Trump is in a dark mood, he is feeling the pressure from the Mueller investigation and is likely to lash out against other world leaders.”