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Aloha! Melania Wows In Hawaii In Gorgeous Vanilla Dress [PHOTOS]

Aloha! Melania Wows In Hawaii In Gorgeous Vanilla Dress [PHOTOS]

Trump stopped in Hawaii on the eve of his first visit to Asia.

Later that day, the President and First Lady visited the USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor, where they brought a wreath of white flowers to be placed alongside the wall of names of servicemembers who died in the Pearl Harbor attack.

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Mr Trump was not the only attraction to arrive on base, with a few in the crowd shouting their admiration for White House chief of staff John Kelly. Join us in a conversation about world events, the newsgathering process or whatever aspect of the news universe you find interesting or important.

At each stop, Trump will urge his hosts to squeeze North Korea by stopping trading with the North and sending home North Korean citizens working abroad. As the wreath was quietly placed into position, Trump crossed his arms in front of him, closing his eyes as he bowed his head in remembrance.

The President also seemed genuinely excited about his planned evening visit to Pearl Harbor, which, he said, "I've read about, spoken about, heard about, studied, but I haven't seen".

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He signed autographs and gave high-fives to children who were among a group of civilians and service members that gathered for the arrival. The family of one of the four soldiers killed in a Niger ambush last month said the president disrespected them when he called to offer a condolences, a charge Trump vehemently denied.

A closer look at Melania's Christian Louboutin heels. "And that is going to be very exciting for me". It was frustrating to watch Trump try to undo the Obama administration's work, she said.

Trump is expected to outline his economic vision for the region, which includes a preference for one-to-one relationships over multinational agreements, during a speech at a summit in Vietnam.

At the same time, Trump can point to some early successes in Asia.

The White House hopes the trip could offer a chance at a reset as a tumultuous first year in office winds down.

Trump's trip will be the longest Asia visit for any U.S. president since George H.W. Bush went there in 1992, when he fell ill during a state dinner with Japan's prime minister. Trump's advisers see it as an opportunity for the president to forcefully assert U.S. pledges to its allies and deliver a fierce warning directly to North Korea's Kim, whom he has belittled as "little Rocket Man".