President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump are currently in the midst of a nearly two-week journey through Asia, which will see the couple making stops in five different countries. On Wednesday, the historic trip saw Donald and Melania Trump land in China. When they disembarked from Air Force One, the pair looked down and they couldn’t believe their eyes.
Trump kicked off his overseas trip with a two-day stop in Japan, where his daughter Ivanka had attended the World Assembly for Women 2017 just days earlier. In Tokyo, the president met with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
In a successful bid to strengthen diplomatic ties between the U.S. and Japan, Trump spent time with Abe on the golf course and at Akasaka Palace, where the pair fed koi fish together before meeting with the Japanese Emperor.
Then, it was on to South Korea, where Trump attempted to visit a demilitarized zone but was unable to make the trek due to heavy fog. After delivering a highly-anticipated speech, the president was off to China.
According to Based Patriot, President Trump and First Lady Melania arrived to a full military symphony and children waving American and Chinese flags in Beijing, China, on Wednesday.
On Wednesday, President Trump and First Lady Melania left South Korea and flew to China for the third leg of their Asian tour. While there, they will meet with China’s president Xi, and will be discussing ways of maintaining control over North Korea. This is an important stop on Trump’s tour, as China is responsible for much of North Korea’s economic expansion.
When Trump and Melania stepped off of Airforce One in China, they couldn’t believe their eyes! The welcome that the Chinese had prepared for them was absolutely incredible! There was a line of people out to greet them – both military and government officials. At the end of the line was a huge gathering of children waving Chinese and American flags – making a tunnel for the President and First Lady to walk under. [Source: US Truth Wire]
It is becoming abundantly clear how well-respected President Trump is around the world, which is a welcome change from his predecessor, former President Barack Obama, who became the laughing stock of world leaders because of his weak foreign policy.
Indeed, it seems that at every stop in his overseas tour, President Trump has been honored by his foreign hosts. In South Korea, Trump was treated to a surprise greeting by President Moon Jae-in at Camp Humphreys. It was a major break in the protocol for the South Korean president to meet Trump at the U.S. military base, and the move was regarded as a gesture towards better relations between the two world leaders.
The welcome the first family received today in China was even more momentous.
It’s nice to finally see the President of the United States being treated with the respect he rightfully deserves around the world. After all, this is the leader of the free world we’re talking about. He should be treated to military symphonies and parades.
It is incredible to see other countries giving our president the respect he deserves, even as some in America fail to show the appropriate appreciation. Hopefully, the mainstream media will be taking note of the admiration that the rest of the world has for our president.