The President Of The Philippines Sang A Love Song For Donald Trump

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The President Of The Philippines Sang A Love Song For Donald Trump

And in a highly surreal moment, President Duterte serenaded Mr Trump with a special love song.

Ms Ardern will meet Rodrigo Duterte later this evening after the East Asia Summit finishes in Manila.

"We've explained that the United States is open for trade but we want reciprocal, we want fair trade for the United States", he said. Trump is on a five-country trip through Asia traveling to Japan, South Korea, China, Vietnam and the Philippines.

PM Modi is the second Indian Prime Minister to visit Manila since Indira Gandhi.

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On Monday, Trump thanked the Philippine president for the hospitality and praised the performances on the eve of the ASEAN Summit in Manila.

"The Prime Minister took the opportunity to invite President Duterte for the (2018) commemorative summit that will be held next year which President Duterte gladly accepted, as have other ASEAN leaders", she added. But Trump's rapport with Duterte comes during a time when Duterte is being criticized around the world for approving extrajudicial killings in his war on drugs. "Thank you", Trump said after his bilateral meeting with Duterte.

The government in mostly-Buddhist Myanmar regards the Rohingya as illegal immigrants from Bangladesh and does not recognize the term.

Some countries in the 10-member Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), particularly Muslim-majority Malaysia, have voiced strong concern over the issue recently.

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