Secretive group of global power brokers the Bilderberg Group set to gather in Virginia to mull Trump era including elder statesman Henry Kissinger and NATO secretary

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  • The Bilderberg meeting in Chantilly, Virginia, will attract 131 elites on Thursday 
  • Guests will include politicians, bankers, business titans and European royalty 
  • They will discuss transatlantic relations and the future of the European Union 
  • Will also give ‘a progress report’ on Trump administration at four-day meeting

A secretive group of global power brokers including elder statesman Henry Kissinger and NATO secretary Jens Stoltenberg will gather to debate Donald Trump‘s presidency.

The Bilderberg Group meeting in Chantilly, Virginia, will attract 131 elites on Thursday – from politicians and bankers to business titans and European royalty.

They will discuss transatlantic relations, the future of the European Union and ‘a progress report’ on the Trump administration behind closed doors at the four-day meeting.

This year’s confab can be seen as a chance for Trump supporters like Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster and billionaire tech entrepreneur Peter Thiel to face his critics like Eric Schmidt.

Schmidt, the executive director of Google’s parent company, warned in January that Trump’s administration will do ‘evil things.’

The group has met every year since 1954 and was created as a forum for fostering dialogue between Europe and North America.

The meeting, which will also be attended by to civil rights activist Vernon Jordan. will gather less than 30 miles from the White House.

Several journalists are participating in this year’s forum, including London Evening Standard editor George Osborne and Cansu Camlibel, the Washington bureau chief for Turkey’s Hurriyet newspaper.

But per tradition, news outlets are not invited to cover the event.

‘There is no desired outcome, no minutes are taken and no report is written,’ the group stated.

‘Furthermore, no resolutions are proposed, no votes are taken, and no policy statements are issued.’ (Click to Article)

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