“It’s not the end of the world, but it’s the start of the beginning” – The Wall St Journal

by Jon O’Brien and Chris Cillizza – December 16, 2018 – 11:22:12A couple of days ago, President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence attended the opening of the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C. Here are the highlights from that event:President Trump was greeted by the first family of President Rodrigo Duterte, who was welcomed by his wife, Melania.

President Duterte said he is a very big fan of President Trump, the president said he loves Donald Trump, and he was proud to be here.

Vice President Mike Peeples welcomed his wife.

President Trump said he has known him since the days of his first presidential campaign, and they are great friends.

He said he looks forward to meeting with him again in a few weeks.

The President said he was very happy to be in Washington today, and congratulated the people of our country.

He told them, “We are a country that is united, and you will always have a place here in this great country.”

Pence also welcomed his friend and friend of the United States, President Duterte.

President Pence said he appreciated the President’s leadership on the fight against terrorism and trade, and that he is looking forward to working with President Duterte on trade and foreign policy.

President Trump said the President has been a friend to our country and to the world for many years, and is very appreciative of what he has done in his service to the United Kingdom.

President Pence told the press that he was happy to meet with the President of Japan and the President.

He also said he looked forward to continuing to work together to advance peace and prosperity in Asia and the world.

The Vice President, President Pence, and First Lady Melania Trump, were greeted by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his wife as they arrived for a joint press conference in Tokyo.

President Donald Trump praised the Japanese government for the extraordinary cooperation they have shown with the United Nations to deal with the Ebola crisis, and also said that the Japanese and our country have a lot of very strong bonds.

He described his meetings with President Abe as productive, and said the United Japan and Japan-U.S. relations have been improving and they will continue to be.

President Abe said that in his conversations with President Trump he expressed his gratitude for the cooperation and cooperation he has received, and the two agreed that Japan and our great country are ready to cooperate to confront the challenges of the 21st century.

He thanked the President for his service and continued to say that the world will be a better place for cooperation, and for the prosperity and peace of the future.

President Duterte welcomed his friends, and thanked the Japanese people for their efforts and support in helping to fight this great epidemic.

He added that he looks at Japan with gratitude for its great strength and history and its strong friendship.

President John Kelly welcomed his hosts and the Japanese, and President Duterte thanked them for their support.

He and his family are greatly appreciative for the warm and warm welcome they have received.

The first lady of the Republic of Korea welcomed the President and her husband, and wished them a happy and healthy future in Japan.

President Rodrigo Duterte said his family is very grateful to the President Duterte for the visit to Japan.

He was very pleased to meet the President again, and his friendship with the Japanese is very strong.

He congratulated the Japanese Government on the work they are doing and they have been very helpful in dealing with the current crisis.

The Japanese Government has been very active in the international cooperation, especially in fighting the Ebola virus, and has given very positive reports on the Ebola response and its progress.

He called on the international community to do everything possible to help Japan, and Japan, through this great crisis.

President Joseph D. Biden Jr. welcomed the Japanese delegation to the White House.

He lauded the Japanese leadership in the fight to defeat the Ebola outbreak and urged their leaders to be courageous in dealing out justice to those who infected their people.

The First Lady of the Philippines welcomed the president and his first lady, and asked them to be respectful and dignified.

President Domingo Duterte told the First Lady that he wanted to thank them for all they have done and to see them visit him at the White Houses.

President Joe Biden and his daughter, Jill Biden, greeted the First Ladies of Japan, Canada, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, France, Japan, the United Arab Emirates, and Saudi Arabia.

The First Lady said she and her family are very appreciating the work of their countries and the international collaboration in the global fight against this epidemic.

The leaders of Canada, Australia and the United states met with the president of South Korea and the president, both of whom have expressed their gratitude for their strong partnership in the Ebola fight.

The prime minister of Canada and the prime minister and president of the U.K. greeted the president.

The prime minister said that he and his prime minister