President Trump’s day in Japan: Sumo, cheeseburgers, golf and angry tweets

Trump Presents “President’s Cup” Trophy to Sumo Wrestling Champion in Tokyo, Japan//Crimson Tazvinzwa

U.S. President Donald Trump presented a special “Trump” trophy to the winner of a sumo tournament in Tokyo, Japan, May 26 during his four-day state visit to the country.

The humongous eagle-topped “President’s Cup” went to wrestler Asanoyama, who actually clinched the title before the matches that Trump attended on Sunday.

The president hoisted the hefty cup into Asanoyama’s arms with the help of an official.

Trump and his wife Melania attended the sumo tournament to get a taste of one of Japan’s most treasured cultural institutions.

Did Donald Trump and an ‘Upset’ Melania Have a Bustup While at Dinner at Mar-a-Lago on 30 March?


President Trump and an ‘Upset’ First Lady ‘Had Words’ While at Dinner at Mar-a-Lago; Linda Marx and Adam Carlson ;PEOPLE//



President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump had a disagreement at dinner while at Mar-a-Lago three weeks ago and could not keep it from public view, according to an eyewitness.



“Melania was upset and they had words with each other over something,” the source tells PEOPLE. The couple was eating together in the club’s dining area on March 30.



It remains unclear what the issue was, according to this source. Ivanka Trump, the president’s eldest daughter, and her husband, Jared Kushner, dined that night at a separate table, the source says.


John Kelly to leave as Trump White House chief of staff at end of year

|AIWA! NO!|After serving at the unsteady right hand of President Donald Trump for the past one-and-a-half years, White House Chief of Staff John Kelly is leaving around the end of year, the president announced Saturday, concluding a tumultuous tenure as the administration’s “alpha dog” after the results of a midterm election put the president’s legislative agenda—and, potentially, his administration—in jeopardy.

On the first couple’s recent trip overseas, Melania Trump’s television aboard Air Force One was tuned to CNN. President Donald Trump went ballistic,The New York Times

Trump claims he is ‘very concerned’ over Russian election interference
The channel-flipping flap was the latest example of how Donald Trump, at a pivotal moment in his presidency, is increasingly living in a world of selected information and bending the truth to his own narrative. As his aides work to keep him insulated from the outside world, Mr Trump is doubling down in his efforts to tell supporters to trust him over the words of critics and news reports.