This has enabled them to engage in extended discussions on matters of mutual concern, as well as to get to know one another personally. And it bears repeating that Abe was the first foreign leader to meet face to face with Trump after the presidential election, when he briefly visited the President-Elect at Trump Tower on 18 November , making Abe the only foreign leader thus far to have met Trump twice since 8 November. Other than being led — again awkwardly — by the hand along the White House Colonnade , May had a working visit to the White House without the social events extended to Abe. Instead, it was May who offered special personal favours to the incoming President Trump, by inviting him on a State Visit to the UK later this year, which will include a banquet at Buckingham Palace and a parade along the streets of central London seated alongside Queen Elizabeth in a horse-drawn carriage.
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A month after Facebook announced Libra, its new blockchain and eponymous cryptocurrency project, the world has not only had a chance to sit down, research, and process the news, but to form opinions on it and draw lines of defense. William Pesek, award-winning, Tokyo-based journalist and author, breaks down two opposing reactions to Libra. On the one hand, federal distrust of Libra has become well-known, following a series of Congressional hearings during which Facebook was put in the hot seat by skeptical legislators. Pesek speculates that the concerns about Libra revolve around lack of understanding of its technology and function, and worries about the loss of control over transactions and currency markets that its adoption could mean for Congress and the Treasury Department. The US is not alone in their distrust of Libra — the G7 nations are purportedly in agreement over the risks that Libra, and cryptocurrencies at large, ostensibly pose.