While the American media is focused on porn star Stormy Daniels and James Comey’s bitter tell-all about his time with President Trump, great things are happening in so many areas of Trump’s presidency. The economy is growing again and the Trump’s tax cuts have helped many Americans. Domestically, we are looking so much better with a huge increase in jobs across America.
On the foreign policy front, the US just sent a big message to Assad in Syria that this president will enforce a “red line”.
After over 60 years, North and South Korea are on a path to peace.
Even better, North Korea has agreed to discuss denuclearization with the US.
These are HUGE accomplishments that are being ignored by the American media because they are so dead set on destroying President Trump. It’s really shameful and is at a level we’ve honestly never seen before.
We guarantee you won’t see this on CNN, NBC, ABC, CBS, or MSNBC…
So it’s up to the Prime Minister of Japan to call out President Trump for the incredible leadership and “great change” he’s helped make in the region with the Upcoming North Korea Summit:
Breitbart News reports:
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe praised President Donald Trump for his success in getting North Korea to agree to preliminary talks with the United States.
“The background of this change is Donald’s unwavering conviction, as well as the determination that you demonstrated in addressing the issue of North Korea,” Abe told Trump. “So your stance made it possible to achieve this major change.”
Abe made his remarks while visiting the president on Tuesday at his Mar-a-Lago club in Florida, where they discussed national security issues, trade, and the ongoing diplomatic process in North Korea.
He praised the strength of the United States military as well as the success of the Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, concluding that diplomatic relations in the region had changed dramatically since Trump became president.
“I’d like to take this opportunity to express and pay my tribute to your leadership,” he said.
Abe said that denuclearization in the region was a top priority for Japan, expressing hope for the expected diplomatic meeting.
“This will be a historic meeting, and I certainly hope that there will be progress on these fronts,” he said.