WASHINGTON — Saturday is a full working day in the White House, with President Trump scheduled to make a round of phone calls to world leaders and sign more executive orders.
The day caps off a dizzying nine-day stretch in which the new president appeared to be in perpetual motion, signing 15 executive actions, speaking to 11 world leaders, visiting three federal agencies and, on Friday, hosting British Prime Minister Theresa May.
On tap for Saturday: Japanese Prime Minister Shinzō Abe, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Russian President Vladimir Putin, French PresidentFrançois Hollande and Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.
Trump assured Abe of the U.S. commitment to Japan's security, according to the White House. Trump and Abe also discussed Defense Secretary Jim Mattis' trip to Japan and South Korea this week and the threat from North Korea. They also spoke about deepening trade ties days after Trump dumped the Trans-Pacific Partnership, an Asia-Pacific trade deal. The leaders plan to hold a meeting at the White House on Feb. 10.Read More...
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