US President Trump Talks of Nuclear Disarmament in Tokyo


The United States (US) President Donald Trump on his visit to Tokyo spoke on “no nuclear weapons” in the world on Monday.

In his press address, Trump said, “I know so many people from Iran, these are great people, it has a chance to be great country, with the same leadership.”

He added, “We are not looking for regime change, I just want to make that clear. We are looking for no nuclear weapons. I am not looking to hurt Iran at all.”

The US has sent 1500 additional troops to Middle East on threat suspicion from Tehran.

With Japan PM Shinzo Abe agreeing with his US counterpart said, “I think we will make a deal.”

The US President remarked North Korea’s President Kim Jung Un as a wise man.

Trump said on Jung Un, “He knows that with nuclear… only bad can happen. He is a very smart man, he gets it well.”

Abe too expressed his willingness to meet Kim and hold talks on kidnapping Japanese people by Pyongyang.

The US President announced Japan is keen on purchasing 105 new F35 stealth aircraft from the US.

Trump also spotlighted on China and US working out on “a great trade deal sometime in the future.”



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