Minutes after reports on the meeting hit the U.S. news, Trump tweeted that he would be holding a call with his “friend” Xi:
BEIJING (AP) _ China reports President Xi Jinping has met with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in northern China.— Ken Thomas (@KThomasDC) May 8, 2018
I will be speaking to my friend, President Xi of China, this morning at 8:30. The primary topics will Continue reading "Trump to Hold Call With Chinese President After Xi’s Secret Summit With North Korean’s Kim Jong Un"
UPDATE –– 11:17 am ET: The tweet was taken down and corrected with the corrected spelling:
Chinese President XI XINPING and I spoke at length about the meeting with KIM JONG UN of North Korea. President XI told me he appreciates that the U.S. is working to solve the problem diplomatically rather than going with the ominous alternative. China continues to be helpful!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 10, 2018
Chinese President XI JINPING and I spoke at length about the meeting with KIM JONG UN of North Korea. President XI told me he appreciates that the U.S. is working to solve the problem Continue reading "Trump: Chinese Prez Appreciates U.S. Handling North Korea Diplomatically Over ‘Ominous Alternative’"
The reasoning behind censoring posts ranges from obvious to absurd to convoluted. Pooh memes, because the cartoon bear’s figure, when viewed alongside the trimmer Tigger, resembles a photograph taken of Chinese president Xi Jinping and Barack Obama in California in 2013 (judge for yourself here). Images of Pu Yi, China’s last emperor, with a caption referencing the return of Continue reading "What do Xi Jinping and Winnie the Pooh have in common? They’re both flagged by Chinese censors"
Winnie the Pooh banned again in China in 3, 2 … pic.twitter.com/nIZNgP3ONu— Josh Chin 李肇华 (@joshchin) February 25, 2018