Trump reportedly complaining about having to travel to Quebec this weekend
Though U.S. President Donald Trump's first trip to Canada is still scheduled to go on as planned, a new report claims he's "not exactly happy about it."
According to Washington Post, Trump has complained to staff about his upcoming visit to Charlevoix, Quebec for the G7 leaders' summit this weekend. The report suggests that Trump believes the summit with the leaders of six other highly industrialized nations, including Canada, will not be a good use of his time because of his near-opposite positions on most major issues to his counterparts.
Trump has reportedly also complained about escalating trade tensions with Canada, which have spilled into public view in recent days.
Staff have reportedly discussed sending Vice President Mike Pence in Trump's place to the summit, though for now, Trump remains scheduled to arrive in Charlevoix on Friday morning.
When he departs from the summit, Trump will head straight to Singapore for his much-touted meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un.