See This New Trump And China Relationship
It does not take much to fall in love.
All you need do is find a person's mumu button and you have them eating from your hands.
This is the description of the new relationship sparked up between President of the United States, Donald Trump and that of China, Xi Jinping.
President's Jinping’s heart likely leaped in joy when he heard President Trump’s grand-daughter, Arabella Kushner, recite Chinese poetry and sing in Mandarin.
Though it was a video recording, the glee was no less palpable for President Xi Jinping.
President Trump was welcomed in China on Wednesday, as part of his marked out five-nation Asia tour.
Trump showed Xi and his wife, Peng Liyuan, the videos via a tablet when the two leaders and their wives were having tea at the Forbidden City, Chinese State media reported.
Xi lauded Kushner and said she deserved an A+, according to state media.
He added that Kushner, whose videos went viral in China in the past, is a child star in his country.
Kushner is the daughter of Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner.
When it was time for Chinese presentation, Trump and first lady Melania Trump were treated with a Peking Opera.
After tea, the first couples sat at the entrance of Forbidden City pavilion as children dressed in brilliantly coloured costumes performed an acrobatic sequence of the “Monkey King,” followed by another act that involved tossing confetti and flower petals.
At the end, the children came out for a bow and shouted “welcome to China! I love you” as Trump said “beautiful” and with Melania, posed for pictures with the children.