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Japan To Treat Trump With Lavish Dinner

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Japan To Treat Trump With Lavish Dinner

Japan To Treat Trump With Lavish Dinner

Reuters reports Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will treat U.S. President Donald Trump to an imperial banquet, front row seats at a sumo tournament and a trip to the country’s biggest warship on a state visit as Tokyo seeks to avoid a bust-up over trade.

New Japanese Emperor Naruhito and Harvard-educated Empress Masako will host a lavish dinner for Trump during his stay through May 28, part of a display meant to showcase the two countries’ alliance.

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