Pres. Trump, Kazakhstan Pres. Conduct Bi-Lateral Conference

President Donald Trump meets with Kazakhstan’s President Nursultan Nazarbayev in the Oval Office of the White House, Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2018, in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

January 16, 2018
OAN Newsroom

President Trump alongside Kazakhstan’s president held a joint press conference after being welcomed into the Oval Office to discuss key trade talks.

The president conducted the bi-lateral meeting Tuesday and underscored the importance of the Central Asia trade forum, which will be hosted by Kazakhstan later this year.

President Trump was previously praised by the president of Kazakhstan for a successful and productive first year.

The president said he looks forward to providing domestic products to the country, which he said will benefit the U.S economy.

“The president and I are looking to bring high quality U.S. products and services to the Kazakhstani people –so important and it’s really happening and it’s happening rapidly, said President Trump. “All across a range of industries including commercial aircraft, railways, medical services, technology and energy.”

President Trump added Kazakhstan’s economy is expected to dramatically improve moving forward, which will help provide more jobs for both countries.

39 Comments on "Pres. Trump, Kazakhstan Pres. Conduct Bi-Lateral Conference"

  1. All the clothes i buy from Bass pro shop are made in Kazakhstan. Looks like they can read a tape better then the ones at my job…hehe

  2. Best part???? He threw Jim Acosta out of the room. Gotta LOVE our President!

  3. Tell me any country in the world that you can do business without running the risk of being exposed to some kind of corruption. USA is the best country to do business with, since it has the most solid commercial, financial and legal systems.

    • DCBlueBlood | January 16, 2018 at 3:07 pm |

      Switzerland, Norway, Ireland, shall I continue.

      • I wouldn’t trust these rankings. Sweden starting hide the number of migrants raping (and other serious crimes) Swedish citizens (mainly women ) about 2 years ago. That’s not a trustworthy government when they start fudging the numbers. Canada, well that country already started it’s down hill sloop.
        You are right that the US government has lots of corruption. .. look are the 9th circuit courts overstepping their bounds, sexual misconduct by congressmen, Bill Clinton, the Clintons sale of uranium one, DACA, Iran nuclear deal, Fast and Furious gun dealing, Loretta Lynch talking to Bill Clinton while Hillary is under investigation, ACA mandate isn’t a tax.. oh wait it became a tax to be legal, using the FISA court to perform a different version of Watergate . .. and the list goes on and on

      • You obviously hate the United States. You should leave.

    • All American | January 16, 2018 at 4:05 pm |

      And we support “Freedom”

      • DCBlueBlood | January 16, 2018 at 4:23 pm |

        So do the below. Amazing — why isn’t the USA on the list of Top 10?

        Brainwashed Rednistanis I guess!

    • I’m pretty sure I upvoted you a few hours ago. Trying again ^^^

  4. …which will help provide more jobs for both countries.

    Awesome how President Trump never loses focus on that.

    • DCBlueBlood | January 16, 2018 at 1:18 pm |

      He lost focus on the US Steelworkers …

      Despite President Donald Trump’s promises to bring back steel manufacturing, many steel mill workers are facing layoffs.

      For example, ArcelorMittal-owned mill in Conshohocken, Penn. announced in September that it would cut 150 of 207 jobs based on seniority. Many steel workers who voted for Trump because they believed he’d be a boon for the industry are feeling abandoned by the president, New York Times reported on Friday.

      “He’s just delaying it,” Chuck Hauer, a Trump voter and steelworker in Conshohocken told the Times. “And I think the delay is hurting us more than he knows.”

      During the 2016 presidential campaign, Trump made bringing back steel manufacturing jobs a focal point. “When I’m president, guess what, steel is coming back to Pittsburgh,” he said at a rally in April 2016. He also appealed to voters by rejecting trade deals that he said hurt American workers and then followed up by withdrawing the U.S. from the Trans-Pacific Partnership and ordered investigations into trade pacts—including into aluminum and steel imports.

      MAGA – Mueller Ain’t Going Away!

  5. I thought that was a made up place for the Borat movie. Oh well. 🙂

  6. Uranium deposits in KZ are the largest in the world. Kazakhs became increasingly irritated doing business with Chinese. Good time for comeback.

    • They actually did a lot of backroom business with the Clintons and are probably warming up to Trump because the writing is on the wall for the Clinton foundation (watch Clinton cash)

  7. Uh Oh Racist Sh!thole Lovers …

    President Trump said Tuesday he wants immigrants from “everywhere,” pushing back on reports he said the U.S. should bring in more people from countries like Norway.

    “I want them to come in from everywhere. Everywhere,” Trump told reporters in the Oval Office when asked about his comments.

    The president spoke before a meeting with Kazakh leader Nursultan Nazarbayev.

    … David Duke is crying somewhere.

    • We do want them from everywhere. Based on a merit system. This is not complicated. And David Duke has not been relavent since the 90s.

  8. Living in the Times | January 16, 2018 at 12:33 pm |

    TOTALLY off point here, but on a funny note, did anyone notice how the comment board for the red carpet attire only had a few comments on it? Goes to show how little hollyweird means to sane individuals these days.

    • What do you mean “red carpet attire”? There was an article about what people wear on the red carpet? On here? Dang, I missed it.

      • Living in the Times | January 16, 2018 at 12:40 pm |

        You didn’t miss anything but bad clothes and even worse hairdos. LOL

        • That mess is all hype anyway. A bunch of attention addicts.

          • Living in the Times | January 16, 2018 at 12:48 pm |

            Funny thing is the pic they had on OAN was hilarious. They had Nicole Kidman and Reese Witherspoon on there and they both looked like they needed to comb their hair. Nothing glamorous for sure. The old Hollywood glamour days are dead and gone. Replaced with see through clothing and nearly naked people who are in love with themselves.

        • All American | January 16, 2018 at 4:09 pm |

          Notice that they always award themselves 😂

    • All American | January 16, 2018 at 4:08 pm |

      Like Nothing👍🏻Soon their main profits will come from every country but America and maybe if we are truly blessed they will all leave👍🏻

  9. Kazakhstan rich in minerals if I remember my geography

    • Potassium – and I hear Trump Connections to:

      R-E-A-L
      E-S-T-A-T-E
      M-O-N-E-Y
      L-A-U-N-D-E-R-I-N-G

      MAGA – Mueller Ain’t Going Away!

    • Yes, all of central Asia is like that; mineral rich and relatively untouched by modern mining.

      • the Clintons are already involved in uranium mining in Kazakhstan, when Hillary was secretary of state she withheld US aid from Kazakhstan until they awarded uranium mining contracts to a Clinton donor who had no experience in the mineral/mining industry.

  10. Can we Say TRUMP M-O-N-E-Y L-A-U-N-D-E-R-I-N-G

    What a ruse the guise of a Meeting LMAO! … This was a Cover to Get The Original Cooked Books on Money Laundering by Trump and his Family!

    The Khrapunov family is accused in U.S. lawsuits of “cleaning” illicit money through the purchase and quick resale of U.S. luxury properties, including daughter Elvira Kudryashova’s purchase of three Trump-branded condos in New York and a 9,000-square-foot Studio City mansion flipped in months to pop singer Bruno Mars for $6.5 million.

    NEW YORK
    The net is closing around a duo of fugitive oligarchs and their kin accused of laundering Kazakh money in posh U.S. real estate — including Trump Organization properties.

    In a complicated case with potential implications for President Donald Trump’s business empire and associates of the real-estate-developer-turned-president, Switzerland has revealed it is considering an extradition request from Ukraine to hand over the son of a former Kazakh energy minister — and both men are facing money-laundering allegations in the United States and charges in Kazakhstan.

    It’s the latest development in a saga that is reaching into Bayrock Group, an international real estate and investment company that paid the Trump Organization a license fee for the use of its name and an 18 percent ownership stake in the New York hotel and condo project.

    M-O-N-E-Y L-A-U-N-D-E-R-I-N-G — OH YEAH!

    • Tell me one country in the world that you can do business without running the risk of being exposed to some kind of corruption. USA is the best country to do business with, since it has the most solid commercial, financial and legal systems.

    • Using US Federal agencies as weapons against Americans = Obama
      Using US Federal power and US Tax Dollars to upset foreign elections = Obama
      Promoting the radical islamist caliphate and funding IRAN to continue = Obama
      Ignoring Federal laws to promote and invite illegals to US soil = Obama
      Ad infinitum on dirty traitorous treasonous Obumbles and Clinton
      bet you cant see the problem…..

    • But Democrat S-E-D-I-T-I-O-N has the ring of truth to it.

  11. Yet another win for Trump and the USA. Making our economy great. I’m sure MSM will skip this story as usual. Meanwhile the economy just keeps getting stronger.

  12. There are 194 counties besides the USA. There is no reason we can’t produce the goods to trade with them, and grow our jobs and economy as well. It’s a win win.

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