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Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe seems to know, try as you appeal to President Trump, when he made a simple trade tensions between Japan and the United States – including the threat of the auto rates — and continue to support the United States in dealing with North Korea.
On Sunday morning, Abe Trump took to a Golf course, where the two leaders played 16 holes, before a lunch of cheeseburgers with American beef.
On the left, Trump and Abe, Isao Aoki came from the Japanese professional golfer, known for his putting technique. Aoki was expected to trump with a putter that he designed.
TRUMP, IN JAPAN, SAYS TOKYO HAS ‘SIGNIFICANT’ TRADE ADVANTAGE OVER US
President Donald Trump with the Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe before playing a round of golf at Mobara Country Club, on Sunday, in Chiba, Japan. (Associated Press)
The trip seemed to go well, Abe told reporters.
“We were able to exchange our views openly in a comfortable atmosphere. It was wonderful,” Abe said, as he seat back to his official residence.
Abe tweeted a photo of himself and trump, on the greens.
Trump tweeted that he had “a lot of fun and meeting with Prime Minister @AbeShinzo,” but also continue to stew about domestic policy, claimed that “Many Japanese officials told me that the Democrats would prefer to see failure of the United States, than see me or the Republican party to succeed – the death wish!”
U.S. President Donald Trump, right, plays golf with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, left, Mobara Country Club in Mobara, South of Tokyo, on Sunday. (Associated Press)
The leaders then attended a sumo wrestling event in the evening, where Trump presented a large Cup, a tournament winner – in a first for a U.S. President.
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On Monday, Trump was the first foreign leader to meet with Japan’s Emperor Naruhito, since he ascended the throne, the 1. May.
Then trump and Abe expected to get down to business on trade issues before the end of the state visit with the trump card of the guest of honor, held at a Banquet of the Emperor.
The Associated Press contributed to this story.