U.S. President Barack Obama answers a reporter's question after a bilateral meeting with Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May alongside the G20 Summit, in Ming Yuan Hall at Westlake Statehouse in Hangzhou, China September 4, 2016. © Jonathan Ernst / Reuters

No Red Carpet Treatment For Obama At G20, China Says He Never Asked

It all began when Air Force One landed in Hangzhou, southern China, where global leaders are convening for the G20 economic summit. Despite the standard protocol, there was no staircase waiting for the president to exit the plane at the main door. After some reflection, the US leader was forced to use the inner stairs and the tail-gate as an alternative exit

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