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Trump says he'll have a major statement Wed

15 November 2017, 10:07 | Glen Norman

Trump says he'll have a major statement Wed

Gov't N. Korea's Reaction to Trump's Asia Tour Relatively Moderate

President Donald Trump says he'll be delivering a "major statement" Wednesday when he's back in Washington to discuss what he's accomplished on his big Asia trip.

He says, "We've made some very big steps with regard to trade-far bigger than anything you know", in addition to business deals forged between USA and foreign companies.

"We've made a lot of big progress on trade".

"We have deficits with nearly everybody". "And I think that number is going to be quadrupled very quickly".

"Except us", Turnbull chimed in.

Trump also the trip had been "very fruitful" for the United States and pointed to the warm welcomes he had received in capitals like Tokyo, Seoul and Beijing. "And I'm really proud of that".

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Trump on Monday attended the opening ceremonies of the Association for Southeast Asian Nations conference in Manila. That cross-body handshake, during which each leader shakes the opposite hands of those next to him or her, briefly baffled Trump, who then laughed as he figured out where to place his arms. Mr. Trump praised Duterte, whose presidency has been marked by extrajudicial killings of drug dealers and users.

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Questions about Russian meddling in the 2016 election have followed President Donald Trump to Asia.

The U.S. president did not respond. He later said during a press briefing Sunday in Hanoi, Vietnam that he would be a "good thing" if he and Kim became friends.

Do you believe Trump can make Asia more secure? "As now led by fine people, I believe very much in our intelligence agencies".

A day after being criticized by President Donald Trump, a former Central Intelligence Agency director questioned whether Russian President Vladimir Putin was manipulating Trump with flattery during the president's lengthy trip to Asia.

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South Korea says North Korean soldiers shot at and injured a fellow soldier who was crossing a border village to defect to the South.

Trump said the USA also remained deeply concerned about the use of chemical weapons by state and non-state actors.

"As ISIS loses ground in the battlefield, we must remain vigilant about the threat posed by returning foreign fighters and terrorist operatives within our borders, and seeking to cross our borders", he told the world leaders.

Multiple congressional committees are also investigating.

The draft chairman's statement said leaders from all 18 nations "strongly urged" North Korea to "immediately and fully comply with all relevant U.N. Security Council resolutions" and for the country to "abandon its nuclear and ballistic missile programs in a complete, verifiable and irreversible manner".

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