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Abe Will Rely On Japanese Traditions To Entertain Trump During Presidential Visit

WorldNews Thursday, 23 May 2019
Abe Will Rely On Japanese Traditions To Entertain Trump During Presidential VisitJapan is preparing to host United States President Donald Trump starting this Saturday for a four-day state visit by planning a number of historic events, according to The Washington Post. Reactions on social media on Thursday was both sympathetic and critical of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe for his plan to have Trump be the first foreign leader to meet Japan's new emporer, Naruhito, but also allowing him to present a special "Trump Cup" to the winner of the first sumo tournament of the new imperial era. Trump's visit is amid a tariff war with China that worsened earlier this month after talks fell apart, ongoing trade tensions with Japan and the United States, and the Group 20 meeting planned...
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