Trump meets Kissinger in New York: media


NEW YORK: Donald Trump met Wednesday (Thursday in Manila) with influential former secretary of state Henry Kissinger in New York, US media reported. Trump’s motorcade swept into a smart apartment complex in Manhattan to take the presumptive Republican presidential nominee to a meeting with the 92-year-old architect of US foreign policy in the post-World War II era, TV channels and reporters said. Representatives for Kissinger and Trump did not immediately respond to requests for comment. Serving Republican presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford in the 1970s, Kissinger was pivotal in forging detente with China, the signing of arms control agreements with the Soviet Union and negotiating an end to the Vietnam War.


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