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G-20 summit: What each world leader in attendence has said about Trump

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This year, the summit, hosted by Riyadh, has gone digital.
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For years, world leaders from the Group of 20 have gathered at an annual meeting to discuss the global economy.

The summit includes a moment when the group, including heads of state and government from some of the world's most powerful countries, seem to briefly forget their differences and squeeze together for a commensurately awkward "family photo."

Last year, The Washington Post compiled an account of how key figures lining the stage in Osaka, Japan, had been described by President Trump, who stood front and center, between Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

As congratulations for President-elect Joe Biden, set to assume office in January, pour in from around the world, and while Trump continues to maintain that he won the November presidential election and to level baseless claims of voter fraud, here's what his fellow G-20 leaders have said about him — and Biden.

Turkey

Turkish President Erdogan waited several days to congratulate Biden on the election results.

"I believe that the strong cooperation and the bond of alliance between our countries will continue to make vital contributions to world peace in the future, as it has done so far," Erdogan said in a statement released by his office.

He also wrote to Trump, thanking him for his "sincere and determined vision" and "warm friendship" throughout his term, the Associated Press reported.

Indonesia

Indonesian President Joko Widodo, who goes by Jokowi, tweeted his "warmest congratulations" to Biden and Harris on what he described as their "historic election."

"The huge turn out is a reflection of the hope placed on democracy," he wrote.

When the Indonesian leader visited Washington in 2017, he told Trump he needed "to deliver to you warm greetings from your millions of fans in Indonesia" and that many people there were waiting for Trump to visit.

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