President Trump told reporters that he is "in the end … always right" during a Wednesday press conference with Polish president Andrzej Duda and is also called the press "untrusting."
Trump was asked about comments he made about the possibility of a Russian squad recall from Venezuela and said that the country is falling apart because of its socialist policies.
"Venezuela is obviously in flux, it does incredibly badly," Trump told reporters in the Oval Office. "This was … one of the richest countries, had huge oil, enormous everything. It just shows you when you have a bad system, it became a socialist system or worse, and now people don't have food, they don & # 39; 39; t have water, they have nothing. It is very sad, we look very close to Venezuela. "
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Trump was then asked why he sent a tweet about Russia's possible squad recall, despite their claims of the opposite, the president remained convinced he had been proven right and said he has always won actual disputes with the media.
"Well, let's just see who's right," he shot back. "Do you know what to do? You will see in the end who is right, okay? You just look at it. Okay? And we'll see who's right. In the end, I'm always right. "
Trump continued to call awareness and said it would be a relief to meet other world leaders at the G20 summit in late June, without pressure in the room.
" I come to meet with Putin on the G20. I will meet with President Xi at the G20. I will meet with many of the G20 leaders, he says.
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"Well, it's probably easier [if the press was in the room] because you people are so worried so it's probably better, would you want to be in the room?" Trump asked CNN's April Ryan. "I think you would be. I think it's easier if we have people in the room because you don't trust anything."
It wasn't the first time Trump had a heated exchange with a CNN personality. The president is known to duel with CNN's White House correspondent Jim Acosta on the issue of border security and immigration ̵
The G20 summit will take place in Osaka, Japan from June 28 to 29.