Trump to evangelicals: There'll be 'violence' if we lose the House

Trump to evangelicals: There'll be 'violence' if we lose the House

Trump to evangelicals: There'll be 'violence' if we lose the House

President Uhuru Kenyatta wrapped up his official visit to the United States yesterday saying Africa was open to mutually beneficial trade and investments with the world. "Another Sh27 billion is in the pipeline", he said. "You couldn't say Merry Christmas", Trump said. But even if they were true, some of these allegations, I mean, obviously, we don't support extramarital affairs, we don't support hush money payments, but what we do support are these president's excellent policies, ' he told the network. observed trouble started when photos taken during the closed-door talks between USA and Kenyan delegations, headed by presidents Trump and Uhuru respectively, revealed the Kenyan officials went to the meeting room without pens and notepads unlike their American counterparts. We do a lot of defence and security. And we're working very much on security right now. "This is really great", said Trump.

On the sidelines of the talks, US First Lady Melania Trump hosted her Kenyan counterpart for private talks in the West Wing of the White House.

Monday night, though, Trump and Kenyatta released a joint statement resolving to elevate the U.S-Kenya relationship to a "Strategic Partnership, affirming it as a cornerstone of peace, stability and good governance in Africa and the Indian Ocean region".

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Mr and Mrs Trump are earlier scheduled to welcome Mr and Mrs Kenyatta to the White House in a 10-minute ceremony commencing at 1:45 pm, according to the White House.

Uhuru's visit makes him the third African leader to hold direct talks with Trump.

Monday meetings coincide with a report on Financial Times that Mr Trump had described Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari, 75, as "lifeless" shortly after the two men met at the White House in April.

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