- Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Thursday the first foreign leader to Donald Trump visit since his election victory last week. Abe started his business a charm offensive. He praised Trump ' exceptional talents '' in his congratulations to the next president of the United States and says he ' hand in hand 'wants to cooperate.
' It is a huge honor for other world leaders to meet with the president-elect, '' Abe said before leaving Tokyo. ' I want it to be a meeting where we can discuss each other's dreams for the future. ''
The future dreams Trump during the campaign had in store for Japan, his badly arrived in Tokyo. He threatened the tens of thousands of American soldiers who are stationed draw, as Japan will not reimburse for security guarantees from Washington. Many Japanese consider trumps profit with suspicion. In a poll said two-thirds fear that will worsen the relationship between Japan and the US.