President-elect Trumps Meets With Japan’s Prime Minister Abe
During the 60 Minutes interview with Leslie Stahl, President-elect Trump said he would not be taking the President’s salary, except for one dollar to make it legal. He also pointed out that he is not going to share valuable information addressing the world’s problem with ISIS.
Currently, ISIS is preoccupied with the fight in Mosul and Syria. They could also be saving terrorist military for a bigger battle. In any case, that doesn’t affect ISIS ubiquitous existence throughout Europe. But when and if you destroy the ISIS nucleus that stops the metastasizing of other terrorists. ~ Natalie
Today, President-elect Trump on Twitter counted and tweeted the first foreign leaders who reached out to congratulate him on winning the Presidency for 2017. President-elect Trump tweeted, “I have received in taking calls from many foreign leaders despite what the failing NY Times said, Russia, UK, China, Saudi Arabia and Japan.”
Spokesman for Trump’s Presidency, Jason Miller told CNN, “Mr. Trump has always intended to follow a different playbook. He is going to have strong relations and work with other foreign leaders and show that he is able to reach out and step outside the political norms to do different things.”
CNN added, “But different also means uncertain for foreign leaders eager to see where President-elect Trump stands on foreign policy.” Someone from Congress or a political commentator said, “I think it takes on greater urgency in this circumstance, since so little is known about Mr. Trump. How he will govern and even who will advise him?”
The fact that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton played such an important role to President Obama demonstrated through her advice and lack of foreign policy experience that resulted in disastrous circumstances. Overthrowing a dictatorship in Libya claimed the lives of Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans on that fateful night 9/11/2012. All doing their jobs in a pandemonium fallout and reaction as a direct result of overthrowing the dictator’s government and ISIS was already in place to takeover with arms/weapons that were indirectly supplied to ISIS through foreign arms and donors who donated to the Clinton Foundation.
Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will be the first world leader to meet with President-elect Trump on Thursday. President-elect Trump’s transition team did not seek the guidance nor a briefing from the State Department in advance.
With former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s ongoing FBI investigation into the Clinton Foundation, that is a very wise choice since there are still many from the List of Corruption working within the State Department, Department of Justice and the FBI.
Prime Minister’s Abe spokesman said, “There’s genuine interest, even curiosity, for Prime Minister Abe to get to know more of who President-elect Trump is about and I think it’s going to be vice versa. Mr. Trump maybe is equally interested even curious to get to know Prime Minister Abe. This is going to be very much a classic ice breaking opportunity for both of these leaders.”