November 6, 2017
Some of President Trump’s biggest fans take to the streets in South Korea.
The group waved American flags and signs supporting the U.S. military in the country’s capital to welcome the president ahead of his visit Tuesday.
President Trump is expected to tackle several regional issues, including the North Korean nuclear crisis, in meetings with South Korean President Moon Jae-in.
Both President Trump and the South Korean leader have supported a new round of sanctions against the isolated dictatorship.
Meanwhile, Chinese officials say President Trump’s upcoming visit will set a positive tone for the relationship between the two countries.
The Chinese ambassador to the United States discussed the president’s trip during a recent press briefing in Washington D.C.
He claims the international community has high expectations for the meeting between President Trump and China’s leader Xi Jinping.
The president is said to be looking to maximize diplomatic pressure on North Korea during the 12 day trip.
He went on to say the two countries should maintain a healthy and stable relationship where the nations can effectively cooperate.