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Trump To Take Trip To Japan And Meet With Prime Minister Shinzo Abe

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Trump To Take Trip To Japan And Meet With Prime Minister Shinzo Abe

Trump To Take Trip To Japan And Meet With Prime Minister Shinzo Abe

President Donald Trump has a trip to Japan promised to have a mix of down time and international progress.

According to CNN, it’s a great time to work with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

It’s suggested Trump work on issues such as trade, North Korea and other security issues.

Specifically, North Korea recently had short-range missile tests, which violate UN Security Council resolutions.

Abe reportedly doesn’t want Trump to “go soft” on North Korea because he is within missile range.

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