The “mainstream media” will do everything in their diminishing power to hide this.
They will focus on Fish feeding and lie about it, or belittle him because of his uncultured desire for a cheeseburger over raw fish.
What they won’t say is that the Japanese mobbed the place where President Trump ate his cheeseburger the next day until they sold out of burgers by 2:30 in the afternoon, or point out that he has had great successes in his negotiations at every stop.
They won’t mention that in South Korea, he ate with the troops rather than with the elites.
They will hide the nicknames given our President by the Chinese people. Or the fact that he was honored as the only outsider to visit the “Forbidden City” since the nation’s founding.
They call him “Donald the Strong.” They heap praise on his family. They fawn over his rapid-fire tweets. They have even created an online fan club.
China, where Mr. Trump arrived Wednesday, he has acquired a legion of admirers who hail him as a straight-talking politician and business mogul with a knack for deal-making.
Local Chinese are saying that Trump is “more honest than Obama” and the mainstream media here in the west is completely quiet on it.
Now that Trump’s visit to the nation is over, the South China Morning Post newspaper spoke to many citizens about their feelings on Trump and they weren’t just positive but they were in direct comparison of Obama.
One person called Trump a “pure businessman” who, when he talks about guns, warfare and artillery he’s “really talking about business.” This is in contrast to Obama who “would only do what his advisers told him [to do] and not be so flexible.” He went on to say that Trump’s ideas were his own and it was all coming from “his own mind.”
Another pointed out that at 71, Trump is “spirited and energetic” and he “pushes beyond his own boundaries and he takes up new challenges” which makes him admire the American President. “I think his mental age is quite young,” said the teacher.
There was also praise for Ivanka Trump, who was called “beautiful” and was praised for her “nice speeches” and her influence.
Both Trump and his wife Melania were granted the rare privilege of touring the Forbidden City and even having a meal there, and Trump said they all have “great chemistry.” Trump believes that he needs Beijing on board if he wants to convince North Korea to simmer back again, which is considered a global security challenge. By focusing on North Korea, China can keep the trading relationship between their country and the US civil and cordial.
Trump and his family certainly impressed, with his young granddaughter singing in Mandarin to “Grandpa Xi.”