Will Trump’s Longest Asia Visit be Historic too?

The President of the United States, Donald Trump has set out on the longest trip to Asia by any American president. The main objective is to seize North Korea's continuous nuclear strikes.

Trump’s Asian Visit
Trump’s Asian Visit

President Trump’s trip started off in Hawaii where the first lady Melania accompanied him. Here he planned the security and future concerns with the military from Camp Smith, to take on North Koreas nuclear warfare, the security of the United States after the attack in New York earlier in the week and the debate of a Republican tax cut plan.

Trump will visit Japan, South Korea, China, Vietnam and Philippines on a 12 day trip. His first trip will be to Japan, to meet President Shinzo Abe for a military build up against North Korea.  He will follow this by South Korea which will be his most important stop. He will negotiate a united front to tackle the aggressive North Korea. He will proceed to China to meet President Xi Jinping to make things harder on North Korea.

Trump will attend the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit in Danang, Vietnam.  The APEC is a cooperative, multilateral economic and trade forum. It aims to reduce barriers to trade and investment without the members needing to enter into legal obligations. The nations will hope for a boost in freetrade at the APEC. Putin and Trump may meet at the APEC summit, where Trump might stretch his hands for help against North Korea.

He will end his trip attending the Association of South East Asia Nations (ASEAN) summit in Manila. Trump will not have any part to play in the ASEAN summit as it is an association which plans to accelerate economic growth, social progress and cultural development in the region. However he will meet other leaders to explain the major catastrophe of Nucelar from North Korea.

President Donald Trump will be embarking on the longest Asian Trip by any American president and the longest trip since his presidency. The five country, 11 day tour of Asia will be to strengthen the diplomatic and economic relationship with growing Asia and further elaborating on North Korea’s nuclear threat.