Trump and Abe went for a weekend in Florida to discuss the future of the world

The US President Donald trump and the Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe went on a weekend in the estate of trump’s Mar-a-Lago in Florida.

Trump and Abe’s helicopter left the White house, where they held official talks, and went on air base Andrews, and from there by air force one flew to Florida.

“We will be together to play Golf. My results in Golf does not reach the level of Donald, but my policy never deviates, always look aimed at the Cup,” said Abe informed reporters.

“In a relaxed atmosphere I hope to find time to discuss with Donald the future of the world, the future of the region, the future of Japan and the United States,” added Abe.

The estate of Mar-a-Lago, built in a luxurious eclectic style in the town of palm beach, in the past belonged to the businesswoman and socialite Marjorie Merriweather Post. Former owner bequeathed the estate to the gratuitous use of the US presidents, but no President was not interested in him. The US authorities refused the estate in 1981, and it was bought by trump. Now, to avoid accusations of conflict of interest, trump promised to pay the costs of Abe during a visit to Mar-a-Lago.