The President Received A Rare Honor While In China

President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump are receiving unprecedented treatment from their hosts in China. On this stop on his Asian tour, the President and First Lady definitely are getting the Royal Treatment.

At no time in the past 68 years has the leader of a foreign government been allowed into China’s Forbidden City. As a matter of fact, President Barack Obama was royally snubbed during his stay in China for a G20 summit. 

One thing is for sure, if the President ever had his ego scratched, it was done on this occasion. The fact that China and the United States have been having some diplomatic issues with each other lately, this could be a good thing. Maybe it will ease some tensions and besides that find an answer to the North Korean problems.

As Written By Ryan Pickrell for the Daily Caller:

President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump are reportedly being treated like royalty on their first official visit to China.

Trump and his wife were granted a rare dinner at the Forbidden City, an honor that has not been bestowed on a foreign leader since the founding of the People’s Republic of China 68 years ago, reports New York Daily News, as well as several other media outlets.

The president and first lady arrived in China, the third leg of Trump’s two-week Asia tour, Wednesday afternoon. After landing in Beijing, Trump and Melania toured the Forbidden City with Chinese President Xi Jinping and his wife Peng Liyuan.

The Forbidden City, a massive palace complex, was the residence of the imperial family for centuries. At this world-famous site, which was shut down for this special visit, the leaders of two of the world’s most powerful countries enjoyed a …….


Trump Receives Rare Honor In China | The Daily Caller

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