Dinner with Prime Minister Abe at Mar-a-Lago, hosted by President Trump

The President and the First Lady, Donald and Melania Trump, hosted Prime Minister Abe and his wife at Mar-a-Lago yesterday evening. The dinner was also attended by the Vice-President, Mike Pence. See the transcript of President Trumps remarks, below.

On a lighter note, Breitbart writes the “Fashion Notes”:

First Lady Melania Trump sparkled in glitter pumps at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida, on Wednesday where she and President Donald Trump held a state dinner with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzō Abe and his wife, Akie Abe.

Mrs. Trump wore a pair of “So Kate” Christian Louboutin pink glitter pumps to add a bit of sparkle to her white, floral embellished dress that is reminiscent of Chanel. Mrs. Trump’s stilettos retail for $775.

See Breitbart for more photos and coverage of the day’s events.

President Trumps’s remarks

Dinner Reception

Palm Beach, Florida

7:41 P.M. EDT

PRESIDENT TRUMP: Thank you very much. It’s been a great honor to have the Prime Minister of Japan and his extraordinary wife with us tonight at Mar-a-Lago. We call this the Southern White House. It was originally built, as you probably have heard, as the Southern White House. And it’s turned out to be the Southern White House. So it’s really an honor.

We’ve have had two very productive days on trade, on military, on North Korea. And we will continue, and we will also continue into the weeks ahead. And we’re coming up with what will be a very fair trade deal for both countries. And we look forward to it. Plus, we have some very big meetings, as we all know, on North Korea.

But, Mr. Prime Minister, I very much appreciate you being here. And we look forward to many, many years of great friendship. Thank you very much.

PRIME MINISTER ABE: (As interpreted.) So at the outset, I’d like to return my appreciation for the gracious hospitality extended from Mr. President, as well as Madam First Lady, to myself as well as my wife.

So yesterday, I also enjoyed our company. We had a great dinner last night. But also, I’m very happy to be here again at this magnificent setting. And also, I do appreciate that you kindly extended your hospitality to my delegation as well tonight.

But to be honest with you, today, we also had the cheeseburger at the golf course. And on top of that, we had the working lunch. So we already had two lunches in the same day. (Laughter.) And now we are going to have our dinner.

So from yesterday and today, we had many opportunities to exchange our views in a very candid manner. And through the course of these discussions, we covered many issues, including North Korea, security, economy, as well as trade. So no doubt that I’m very confident that through my visit this time, we could forge stronger friendship between myself and Donald, and also how we could forge stronger relationship, as well as the alliance between Japan and the United States.

PRESIDENT TRUMP: Thank you very much. Thank you. Thank you very much.


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4 Responses to Dinner with Prime Minister Abe at Mar-a-Lago, hosted by President Trump

  1. joshua says:

    “Thanku….thanku vury much”
    …Elvis has left the building now………

    President Donald J. Trump and Melania are magnificent.


  2. hocuspocus13 says:

    Reblogged this on hocuspocus13 and commented:


  3. czarowniczy says:

    Only thing I can think of is had the POTUS still been Obama he’d haver served sushi from the Circle K.


  4. Lucille says:

    Whoever said “living well is the best revenge” or something of the sort was certainly correct…on many levels. Mar-a-Lago is a great home, great business property, a great example of what can be purchased and improved by those who work hard with the head and hands–meaning the President–and go about making better the lives of their employees and potentially the citizens of the nation.

    “The business of America is business,” President Coolidge said. How right he was, but business run amok becomes Tom Donohue’s dictatorial travesty. Running a trade organization that has as its goal the leveling of American prosperity to the betterment of other nations simply has its priorities backwards. Donohue’s power and his willingness to use it as a sledge hammer will (please, God!) be shut down via President Trump’s personal negotiations and that of his Administration with other nations. May the Donohue’s of the world be left in the dust.


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