Michelle Obama Gets Schooled By Melania When She Showed Up At U.S.-Japan State Dinner

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Recently, First Lady Melania Trump attended a state dinner with her husband, President Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his wife Akie Abe. She dazzled in lovely sparkling pumps at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida this past Wednesday. The First Lady completely out-shined one particular former First Lady.

Breitbart reported,

“Mrs. Trump wore a pair of “So Kate” Christian Louboutin pink glitter pumps to add a bit of sparkle to her white, floral embellished dress that is reminiscent of Chanel. Mrs. Trump’s stilettos retail for $775.

The dinner with the Japanese leader came after Mrs. Trump spent the day with Mrs. Abe at the historic Flagler Museum in Palm Beach. The two viewed exquisite European-style architecture, a treat for Mrs. Trump, who studied architecture and design during her college days in Slovenia.

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For their day looks, Mrs. Trump wore a belted green safari-esque shirt dress by San Franciso native Derek Lam. The dress retails for $1,090 at Bergdorf Goodman. On her feet, Mrs. Trump chose a pair of black and white speckled Christian Louboutins, a shoe she has worn in the past. Meanwhile, Mrs. Abe chose a flowing black and white floral day dress.”

Melania embodies exactly what we want in a First Lady: class, dignity, and respect. It is clear through the pictures that the First Lady did a good job at hosting their overseas counterparts. However, the difference between what this First Lady does in hosting people is very different than her counterpart who dressed and behaved far differently.

When Michelle Obama was First Lady she attended events in Tokyo, Japan in 2015 after having insulted the Japanese government when she didn’t accompany her husband during a prior state visit. Her no-show deeply upset, Kazuyuki Hamada who went on to allege that the Obama’s were headed for divorce. Furthermore, he alleged that the former President had been using Secret Service agents in order to cover up his alleged infidelity.

Big in Japan: U.S. first lady Michelle Obama waves upon her arrival at Haneda International Airport in Tokyo, wearing a green printed dress from Kenzo’s Fall 2014 collection, which costs around $700, offset by a chunky belt. Her visit is being described as a 'makeup call' after she snubbed the country last year

As you can clearly see, when Michelle Obama visited Tokyo she went in an off-colored bright yellow dress that cost over $700. An outfit that clearly did not show respect for the solemnity of the occasion. Especially considering the fact that the visit was meant to be a makeup for her previous non-appearance.

Daily Mail reported,

“Mrs Obama’s trip comes at a time of high tension for Americans in Japan, as Tokyo police investigate phone calls threatening to kill U.S. Ambassador Caroline Kennedy and Alfred Magleby, the U.S. consul general based on the southern island of Okinawa. Her arrival also coincides with a visit by former president Bill Clinton, who is in the country to deliver a keynote speech at the JFK International Symposium held at Waseda University in Tokyo.

During the five-day trip, Mrs Obama will also visit Cambodia – whose leader, Hun Sen, has a reputation for ruthlessness, and where child prostitution and human trafficking is rife – to highlight a campaign supporting education for girls. There were so far no details on the cost of the trip but the First Lady’s group spent $222,000 over two days in hotel expenses during her 2014 trip to China, the Washington Examiner reported.

Mrs. Obama, who is visiting Japan for the first time, will have separate meetings with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko. She will visit historic sites in the ancient capital, Kyoto, before traveling to Cambodia.

In Tokyo she plans to announce, along with Japanese first lady Akie Abe, the Let Girls Learn initiative, a partnership supporting girls’ education. The two will also meet with Japanese university students. It is hoped that the community-based aid program, led by the Peace Corps and similar aid organizations, will help get 62 million girls back into school.

White House staff said that the program also reflects a U.S. commitment to be more involved in the Asia-Pacific region. Mrs. Obama will be the first sitting U.S. first lady to visit Cambodia, one of 11 countries participating in the Let Girls Learn initiative. Cambodia’s government is led by Prime Minister Hun Sen, who has a reputation for ruthlessness and little tolerance for dissent. The country also has child prostitution and human trafficking problems.

Evan Medeiros, senior director for Asian affairs at the National Security Council, told reporters that while in Cambodia, Mrs. Obama plans to discuss the need for open and inclusive politics and highlight basic values and principles that are important to the U.S. In an opinion piece in The Wall Street Journal earlier this week, Mrs. Obama called it a ‘tragic waste of human potential’ when 62 million girls worldwide are not in school.

‘It is also a serious public-health challenge, a drag on national economies and global prosperity, and a threat to the security of countries around the world, including our own,’ Mrs. Obama wrote in her online travel journal. ‘This visit is part of a journey that began decades ago, back when I was a little girl.’ YouTube celebrity Michelle Phan is joining Mrs. Obama in Tokyo to help spread awareness for the Let Girls Learn campaign, and pose questions to the first lady submitted through Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.”

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Obama envisions creating ‘a million young Barack Obamas’ during speech in Japan

Former President Barack Obama talked about his future plans for his post-presidency life at a conference Sunday in Japan, addressing how he might shape “a million” new, young leaders in his mold.

The wide-ranging discussion repeatedly touched on the Obama Foundation’s efforts to engage the digital space to help young people in the U.S. and across the world get connected.

“If I could do that effectively, then — you know — I would create a hundred or a thousand or a million young Barack Obamas or Michelle Obamas,” Obama said. “Or, the next group of people who could take that baton in that relay race that is human progress.”

During the discussion, Obama acknowledged the great potential that young people have in making a difference, pointing to the March for Our Lives anti-gun violence demonstrations, led by high schoolers, in Washington, D.C., and around the globe. He also knocked “old men” in power.

“A lot of our problems are caused by old men. No offense, men, who are old,” he quipped.

The former president bemoaned the current news and social media environments in which people are too easily able to find news that fits their personal narratives and signaled that he is seeking a way to create a more productive forum.

“One of the things we’re going to be spending time on, through the Foundation, is finding ways in which we can study this phenomenon of social media and the Internet to see are there ways in which we can bring people from different perspectives to start having a more civil debate and listen to each other more carefully,” Obama said.

Obama was in Japan following stops in New Zealand and Australia. His week-long trip also includes a stop in Singapore.

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Photos: Melania Trump’s Top 5 Fashion Moments From Historic Asia Trip

President Donald Trump, center, and first lady Melania Trump, right, take the stage at a hanger rally at Yokota Air Base, Sunday, Nov. 5, 2017, in Fussa, on the outskirts of Tokyo, Japan. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

For First Lady Melania Trump’s trip to Asia alongside President Donald Trump, the Slovenian-born former model brought out off-the-runway gowns and duds from some of her favorite luxury fashion designers.

Here, Breitbart News showcases Melania’s top five fashion moments from her historic trip to Asia.

1. Melania’s Embellished, Fur-Cuffed Gucci Gown

In China, Melania rocked potentially one of her most high fashion and memorable ensembles she’s ever worn as First Lady of the United States. In an embellished, kimono-style Gucci gown with pale pink fur-cuffs that matched her pink Manolo Blahnik stilettos, Melania looked as though she had stepped off the catwalk from Milan’s current “It” label at the moment.

U.S. President Donald Trump, accompanied by U.S. first lady Melania Trump, second from right, and Chinese first lady Peng Liyuan, right, arrives for a state dinner at the Great Hall of the People, Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017, in Beijing. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

U.S. President Donald Trump talks with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping as first lady Melania Trump stands at left at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China, Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017. (Thomas Peter/Pool Photo via AP)

2. Melania’s Emilio Pucci Moment

Some of Melania’s greatest fashion appearances are when she is photographed departing the White House next to President Trump and seemingly turns a usually mundane moment into a runway show. As Melania left Washington, D.C. for the foreign trip, she did just that, strutting through the White House lawn in an Emilio Pucci cobalt blue coat with dyed-to-match Christian Louboutin stilettos and chunky black sunglasses.

In this Nov. 3, 2017, photo, first lady Melania Trump and President Donald Trump walk to speak with reporters before departing the White House for a trip to Asia in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

First lady Melania Trump looks on as President Donald Trump speaks with reporters before departing the White House for a trip to Asia, Friday, Nov. 3, 2017, in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

3. Melania Takes Tokyo in Sherbet-Dipped Fendi

Though Melania tends to stick to fashions by her favorite designers — think Dolce & Gabbana and Delpozo — she broke out of her fashion shell for a major moment in Tokyo, Japan.

For her arrival, Melania chose a thick, technicolor ombre coat that looked almost like a kind of Neopolitan, orange sherbet with flower embellishments on the hips by Fendi. Underneath the coat, Melania chose a simple black leather pencil skirt from her personal stylist and designer Hervé Pierre, as well as nude-toned Manolo Blahnik stilettos.

U.S. first lady Melania Trump, second from right, and her Japanese counterpart Akie Abe, third from right, listen to sales manager Hajime Fukuju, left, during their visit to Mikimoto Ginza Main Store, Japan’s pearl jewelry maker, at Ginza shopping district in Tokyo Sunday, Nov. 5, 2017. (AP Photo/Shizuo Kambayashi)

President Donald Trump, center, and first lady Melania Trump, right, take the stage at a hanger rally at Yokota Air Base, Sunday, Nov. 5, 2017, in Fussa, on the outskirts of Tokyo, Japan. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

4. Melania Brings Luxury Fashion to the Great Wall

Who better to visit the most historic wall in history than the spouse of President Trump whose key policy initiative is to construct a border wall along the U.S.-Mexico border? Melania seemed to understand that the trip to see the Great Wall of China would quickly become a runway as photographers snapped shots of her walking along the wall. So why not turn the trip into a runway?

Melania wore a Dolce & Gabbana black coat draped over her shoulders, a black turtle-neck, an oat-colored wool skirt from Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen’s “The Row” label and the most stunning accessory of the foreign trip, a scalloped-edged nude-toned wide leather Azzedine Alaïa belt. The Alaïa accessory retails at Barney’s for more than $1,400.

U.S. first lady Melania Trump walks along the Mutianyu Great Wall section in Beijing Friday, Nov. 10, 2017. Mrs. Trump toured China’s famed Great Wall at Mutianyu, where she rode a cable car to a watchtower, signed a guestbook and strolled along a stretch of the wall for about half an hour with a small group of aides and security officers. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)

U.S. first lady Melania Trump visits the Mutianyu Great Wall section n Beijing Friday, Nov. 10, 2017. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)

5. Melania’s South Korean Fashion Risk Pays Off

Spanish fashion house Delpozo has become one of Melania’s favorite go-to luxury fashion brands, so it was only a matter of time before the First Lady stepped off Air Force One in another dress by the label’s creative director Josep Font.

When Melania landed in South Korea, she took a fashion risk wearing a burgundy virgin wool and linen blend structured long Delpozo coat. As if the coat was not high fashion enough, Melania paired the outfit with blue Christian Louboutin stilettos — the ones she’d worn days before when departing the White House — and a ponytail.

The look was easily Melania’s riskiest fashion choice, but it paid off.

U.S. first lady Melania Trump and her South Korean counterpart Kim Jung-sook walk to meet their countries’ children at the presidential Blue House in Seoul, South Korea, Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2017. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)

U.S. first lady Melania Trump and her South Korean counterpart Kim Jung-sook, third from left, are greeted by their countries’ children at the presidential Blue House in Seoul, South Korea, Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2017. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)

 

John Binder is a reporter for Breitbart News. Follow him on Twitter at @JxhnBinder.

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During Round Of Golf With Trump, Japan’s PM Takes A Tumble That’s BOUND To Leave A Mark

It’s possible the Japanese Prime Minister just experienced one of the more embarrassing moments of his life.

And it’s possible it happened while he was standing mere feet from the world’s most powerful leader.

And it’s possible we’ve got it on video.

Check it out (via Barstool Sports):

President Trump was golfing with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe while on a visit to the country during his Asia tour when the leader apparently lost his balance on the course.

This is about as cringey as it gets, to say the least.

But like, mad props to Shinzo for landing on his feet the way he did after that initial roll through the sand—that was some skillful footwork on his part.

It appears in the video that Trump might not have noticed what happened, which would be pretty dang lucky for Shinzo Abe, should that be the case.

Nevertheless, what a stumble. What. A. Video. This is why we love the internet, folks.

Trump’s tour also took him to South Korea, where he made a powerful speech against North Korea that was met with thunderous applause and a standing ovation.

Naturally, the North Koreans weren’t too happy—let’s be honest, they never are—and they went sufficiently berserk in the hours following.

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It’s Official: CNN Caught Red-Handed Giving FAKE NEWS Regarding Trump Visit In Japan

President Donald Trump Japan statements are changed and represented differently byCNN.

CNN continues to give fake news regarding Trump’s visit in Asia despite them being labeled as ‘fake news’.

Their first fake headline was “Trump asks Japan to build cars in the US. It already does”. Trying to save themselves from being known as lying media they tried to justify their headline they publish only a small part of Trump’s statement that was said while the President was meeting with Japanese auto manufacturers.

What trump really said and still this is not the full statement below:

Try building your cars in the United States instead of shipping them over. Is that possible to ask? That’s not rude. Is that rude? I don’t think so,”

Continuing to explain their headline CNN publishes the next misleading statement:“Japanese automakers, however, already have huge factories in the U.S. that churn out millions of cars each year.”

It is not a first time that CNN tries to discredit the President. Very often they are using headlines or statements that are only parts of what President Donald Trump really says.

Trying to mislead the readers, like in this example, they are trying to show that Trump is not aware that Japan makes cars in the US, instead of showing Trumps real statement where he shows gratitude to Japan manufacturers for doing just the same.

Trump even said: And we love it when you build cars — if you’re a Japanese firm, we love it

After that he pointed out that Toyota and Mazda will invest $1.6 billion in building a new manufacturing plant, which will create as many as 4,000 new jobs in the United States.

The fake news media CNN few hours after publishing the misleading headline tried to change post and include the full quote inside it, but they did not change the headline.

How can we trust a big news media house like CNN of presenting us real news? This is neither the first nor the last time they have done something similar.

Source:www.usapoliticstoday.org