Showing posts from May 26, 2019

Two trips across the Globe, to the same place, just one month apart. - M.N. - 3:38 PM 5/26/2019

Two trips across the Globe, to the same place, just one month apart. It could be more than just a coincidence, there might be something fishy there... Almost crazy thought: Does Trump prepare a place of exile for himself in Japan, to avoid the possible severe legal problems and serving the prison term? He looks very tense, more than usually. There is something fishy there, they look more than just the routine visits. - M.N. - 3:29 PM 5/26/2019 "The president will travel to Japan in May to meet with the new Emperor, Crown Prince Naruhito, whose accession is May 1, the official said. He’ll return in late June for a summit of the Group of 20 industrialized nations." Trump coming to Japan for new Emperor enthronement and Osaka G20 summit, official says Sunday May 26 th , 2019  at  3:25 PM Japan Times Latest Articles 1 Share WASHINGTON -  President Donald Trump is expected to make a pair of trips to Japan later this year, first to meet t

MAGGA: Make Germany(!) Great Again; You, Mugger Trump!

#Mugger #Trump #MAGGAs : #Makes #Germany (& #Japan ) #GreatAgain ! #MAGGA , #MuggerTrump ! #TrumpInvestigations #TrumpMob #FBI #InvestigateTheInvestigators #InvestigateFBI #ProbeFBI #MAGA #Trump2020 #TrumpRussia #TrumpPutin #CIA #ODNI #CounterIntelligence #CI #News #USA #UN #UK #Truth — Michael Novakhov (@mikenov) May 26, 2019

11:47 AM 5/26/2019

11:47 AM 5/26/2019 Trump fetes sumo champ in Japan before grappling with trade | US news Sunday May 26 th , 2019  at  11:40 AM The Guardian 1 Share On one side of the sumo ring stood a tall, hefty man with an unconventional hairstyle, bowing and smiling as the crowd applauded; opposite  Donald Trump  stood a professional wrestler, who on Sunday became the first recipient of a winner’s trophy awarded by the US president during his state visit to Japan. Trump had been spared the agony of watching the last five bouts of the 15-day tournament in the customary manner – seated cross-legged on a thin cushion. Instead, sumo authorities broke with tradition and provided near-ringside armchairs for the president and the first lady, Melania, and the Japanese prime minister,  Shinzō Abe , and his wife, Akie. The presentation of the “President’s Cup” before a sellout crowd at the Ryōgoku Kokugikan stadium – the ancient sport’s spiritual home in Tokyo –