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  President Trump Meets with Japanese Prime Minister Abe  CSPAN  September 21, 2017 4:58pm-5:06pm EDT

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of the national security council trying to look at it and say what steps are we going to take next. last question. >> they are losing ground in iraq and syria. they're looking at live yet as a new possible base. are you looking at sending them back to manage the refugee camps? what is the u.s. ready to do? atassador haley: if you look the situation, i think we made amazing progress in iraq and syria in terms of the eating defeating isis. in terms of libya, that is something we are meeting with and i'm sure they will tell us when they are ready. thank you very much. [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2017] [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit] >> definitions of this briefing
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with u.n. ambassador nikki haley on president trump's announcement this morning. president trump is also in new york meeting with world leaders attending the un's general assembly meeting you there he is now japan's prime minister. pres. trump: thinking very much. it is wonderful to have prime minister shinzo abe doing a wonderful job. you are doing a great job with people of japan. we had numerous discussions today and this is a normalization of the discussions -- formalization of the discussions. we made progress on trade, and we discussed in great detail north korea with south korea, as you can tell. dialogue.ntinue the the relationship has never been closer with japan and the united states. -- itontinue on that way
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will continue on that way. i look forward to discussing something with the group specifically. we will be reporting back to you later. thank you all very much. you heard about china and you banking systema was doingin tee that was a tremendous move and we have great respect and we also would like to thank president xi jinping of china. that was a great thing he did today. thank you very much. >> today's summit meeting would
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like to express my heartfelt -- youation for donald touched on making me one of the
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-- for the parents of her otherwise for the family members abductedwho have been by north korea, your message was very encouraging and i do appreciate your message. for us the key is to change the course of action as well as policy. in that context, dialogue -- the state of dialogue will not produce anything. the key of this moment is to exercise and apply pressure against north korea in a robust honor.
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together with donald we have been successfully demonstrating will against north korea and that led to the unification of the international community. every forward to making effort with you and other members of the international ommunity to achieve denuclearization of north korea. so, today i very much look discussions with a focus on the issue of north korea and other issues. i doing that i certainly hope to solidify our alliance in partnership. pres. trump: thank you. [indiscernible] senate leaders have said they
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