Shinzo Abe, the Japanese PM, said his meeting with Donald Trump on Thursday – the first by a foreign pioneer – persuaded him the US president-elect was somebody “in whom I can have awesome certainty”.
“We could have an extremely open talk over a considerable measure of time. We held it in a warm air,” Mr Abe told correspondents after their meeting, which was additionally gone to by Mr Trump’s little girl Ivanka and son in-law Jared Kushner.
“The discussions ensured that we can construct a relationship of trust. Organizations together can’t work without trust. I am persuaded Mr Trump is a pioneer in whom I can have extraordinary certainty.”
The Japanese pioneer gave few points of interest of the meeting however added the two consented to meet again for more profound chats on a more extensive scope of issues.