“I prefer to postpone it (the G7 Summit) to some time after the election.” At the White House news conference on the 10th, US President trump announced that the G7 summit, which had been rescheduled from June to September, would be postponed again. Trump also said he plans to invite leaders from outside the group of seven countries to the summit, such as Russian President Vladimir Putin. According to CNN, trump told reporters at a news conference on the 10th that “I prefer to postpone it (the G7 Summit) to some time after the election. We were going to have this summit in September. ” Trump also said that the White House has not yet formally extended an invitation to other leaders, “we have not sent out an invitation, we are currently in consultation.” In addition, trump said he planned to invite leaders from countries outside the group of seven to attend the summit. When asked if he would invite Russian President Vladimir Putin, trump gave a positive answer: “I will certainly invite him. I think he is a very important factor. ” According to CNN, the current G7 summit was initially scheduled to be held at Camp David in the United States in June. However, due to the impact of the epidemic situation, trump first proposed to postpone the summit and change it to a line month, proposing that it should be held in autumn.