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Trump Schedule || Saturday, November 11, 2017

9:20 pm || Meets with President Tran Dai Quang of Vietnam; Presidential Palace, Hanoi, Vietnam
9:50 pm || Participates in a business event; Presidential Palace, Hanoi, Vietnam
10:20 pm || Participates a joint press conference with President Quang of Vietnam; Presidential Palace, Hanoi, Vietnam
11:00 pm || Meets with the Secretary General of the Communist Party Nguyen Phu Trong of Vietnam; Communist Party of Vietnam Headquarters, Hanoi, Vietnam
11:55 pm || Meets with Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc of Vietnam; Office of Government, Hanoi, Vietnam
12:40 am || Participates in an embassy meet and greet; Hilton Hanoi Opera Hotel, Hanoi, Vietnam
1:50 am || Departs Hanoi, Vietnam
5:00 am || Arrives in Manila, Philippines
6:30 am || Attends a special gala celebration dinner for the Association of Southeast Asian Nations; SMX Convention Center, Manila, Philippines

All times U.S. Eastern

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8 Responses to Trump Schedule || Saturday, November 11, 2017

  1. I have to admit a certain PTSD over Vietnam and this trip just makes it worse.
    The cities mentioned, the Asian names and it all comes back -even after 50+ years.

  2. I’d love to be a fly on the wall listening to Trump and DU30 speak one on one off the record. I recently spent 30 days visiting family in the Philippines and they love DU30 and his anti crime anti drug campaign.

  3. O/F — I just read that 3 UCLA basketball players have been detained in China because there is security cam footage of them shoplifting a (I think) Louie Vitton store.

    These are the people who represent the U.S. abroad? Who taught them that it’s okay to steal anywhere? Are these guys getting scholarships and this is gratitude and standard of behavior that they show?

    I’m sick these cheap specimens are looking forward to a large payday career because they have useless athletic skills. It would be a little better if they were exemplars of good character and moral standards.

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