PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP Is First US President Invited to Dine in China’s Forbidden City
President Trump arrived in China on the third leg of his Asian tour.
President Trump and First Lady Melania were treated like royalty during their visit to Beijing.
#WhatILearnedToday unlike Obama President Trump is being treated like a royal during his visit to China.He’s also the first U.S. President to be given a state dinner in the Forbidden City, an elaborate palace in the center of Beijing used for centuries by China’s ruling dynasty pic.twitter.com/2tipuJvWuj
— CindyForTrump (@immigrant_legal) November 8, 2017
China shut down the Forbidden City for President Trump.
— SoCalGal (@SoCal1956) November 8, 2017
President Trump became the first US President to dine in the historic Forbidden City.
— China Xinhua News (@XHNews) November 8, 2017
Trumps and Xis at the Forbidden City in Beijing. pic.twitter.com/lvABp0roRk
— TRUMP News 24/7 (@MichaelDelauzon) November 8, 2017
At forbidden city w opera performers pic.twitter.com/BFmOvmYEAH
— Stella_Basham (@Stella_Basham) November 8, 2017
Donald Trump will receive an honor in Beijing not granted to any US President since the founding of the People’s Republic of China: official dinner inside the Forbidden City.
When Trump and his wife Melania land in the Chinese capital Wednesday, they will join President Xi Jinping and his wife, Peng Liyuan, for a tour of the Forbidden City, the historic palace that housed Chinese emperors and their families for almost 500 years.
Trump is expected to dine with Xi inside the Jianfu Palace, although the exact location of the dinner hasn’t been confirmed. The building dates back to the eighteenth century and was fully restored in 2005, making it one of the most well-preserved parts of the palace complex.
And then there’s this…
— Jim Hoft (@gatewaypundit) November 8, 2017