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Trump congratulates Abe on election win; golf date set for Nov 5

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Trump told Abe it is important for a strong leader to gain firm public support, 

for these fools, such advise could go either way.

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Werent Trump and his fans criticizing Obama for playing too much golf?

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Phew! Glad that golf game reservation priority is out of the way! Second comes bragging, and maybe sometime in the distant future Abe'll get to the typhoon damage that left five dead.

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Trump this round has proven that he loves golf with Abe more than the huge trade deficit US has with Japan. Trump promised to have a much stronger Yen and correct the trade deficit. Trump what doing you? Are you going to talk about the Yen?

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Trump what doing you? 

Sigh.

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What's in it for Matsuyama? Have to say am surprised he (apparently) accepted the invite.

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Matsuyama, stay away! Everything that Trump touches turns to dust. You don't need this.

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bluesky.greentreesToday  07:01 pm JST

Trump this round has proven that he loves golf with Abe more than the huge trade deficit US has with Japan. Trump promised to have a much stronger Yen and correct the trade deficit. Trump what doing you? Are you going to talk about the Yen?

He also promised a 45% tariff on Chinese Imports (US trade deficit $347 Billion). But his neck tie manufacturer comes first. Seriously doubt he'll do anything about the Yen (US trade deficit $69 billion).

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"Gee, you get to have more than 2 terms? You're so lucky -- I'm facing imminent ouster over here. Hope I'm still president by the time of our golf date!"

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Don't you all know its standard business practice to discuss issues, make decisions and agreements on the golf course?

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