"The president is still 100% focused and committed to promoting policies that promote strength for American businesses and the American worker". Since the gathering began in 1971, the event has become synonymous with global elites - a group that Mr. Trump attacked during the 2016 campaign while vowing to improve the lives of America's working men and women. He has also reopened talks on the North American Free Trade Agreement with Canada and Mexico.
Then-vice president Joe Biden attended a year ago. An aide at the time said participating in the high-powered annual meeting would betray the president's populist movement.
Chinese President Xi Jinping used the forum in 2017 for a global call to reject trade wars and protectionism in a rebuttal to Trump. Onetime Trump adviser Anthony Scaramucci also appeared in a panel at Davos previous year.
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The White House announced on Tuesday that Trump would be attending the World Economic Forum meet starting on January 22, and word out of New Delhi is that Prime Minister Modi will be there too with a strong Indian contingent.
This year's theme reflects the gathering's worldwide flavor: "Creating a Shared Future in a Fractured World". There's a randomness element that's hard to quantify.
Executives at the conference will welcome Trump's corporate tax cut and the regulatory slash his administration had enforced.