What Trump did at the G20 is exactly what he does in the WH–spends most of his time sitting alone, talks to virtually nobody, follows no directions, ignores information provided by staff, doesn’t bring notes or take notes in meetings, acts bored when people in the room don’t treat him like a celebrity, sundowns after a few minutes, wanders away and tells daughter and son-in-law to do job for him. 

State leaders should proceed as if there is no Chief Executive in the White House–acting in the best interests of the country in the absence of a national leader. We are in a state of national emergency.

Jeffrey Feldman