Trump Praises Xi Jinping and China a Country he Once Accused of Raping Our Country

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US President Donald Trump’s visit to China caps a month of grand political theater for Beijing, as Chinese President Xi Jinping seeks to position himself as a supremely powerful world leader. Trump’s visit gave Xi the chance to demonstrate Chinese power and prestige like never before. The country that Trump once accused of “raping” the US rolled out the reddest of red carpets for him during his stay in Beijing. Trump was clearly impressed, effusively thanking Xi on Twitter for “an unforgettable afternoon and evening at the Forbidden City in Beijing,” his gratitude overriding the potential faux pas of using a social media site banned by China while in the country. The US President even updated his Twitter profile page to prominently feature a photo of him and Xi at the Forbidden City. At a joint speech with Xi, Trump heaped further praise on the Chinese leader, saying his people were “very proud” of him and hailing the “very good chemistry between the two of us.” Xi was less generous in his praise, thanking Trump but stopping short of personal compliments. What criticism Trump did have for China on trade imbalances was undercut by his highlighting the cause as US policy, not Chinese. Of the trade deficit, Trump, taking advantage of his new 240 character limit, later tweeted, “I don’t blame China, I blame the incompetence of past Admins for allowing China to take advantage of the U.S. on trade leading up to a point where the U.S. is losing $100’s of billions. How can you blame China for taking advantage of people that had no clue? I would’ve done same!”
http://www.cnn.com/2017/11/09/asia/donald-trump-china-xi-jinping/index.html
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