Has Melania Trump met her match in Argentina’s racy First Lady Juliana – who has Trump fighting for her attention
THE WIFE of US President Donald Trump may have met her match in the Argentine President’s beautiful wife Juliana Awada.
Dressed in red, Mrs Awada and her husband, President Maurico Macri met President Trump and Melania Trump at the White House in Washington.
Melania Trump may have met her match in the Argentine President’s beautiful wife Juliana Awada[/caption]
A red carpet and military honour guard awaited Macri as his motorcade pulled up the driveway to the South Lawn entrance of the White House, where Trump and first lady Melania Trump greeted Macri and his wife.
The men patted each other’s backs as they turned and went inside.
The couples then walked along the colonnade to the Oval Office, ladies first.
Trump and Macri enjoy a personal relationship dating back years from their days as businessmen, ties both hope to leverage to boost U.S.-Argentina relations.
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Trump repeatedly referred to his counterpart as his “good friend” and praised Macri as “a great, wonderful person,” and “a great leader.”
Argentine journalists in the Oval Office asked about lemons.
The Trump administration recently postponed a decision by former President Barack Obama to lift a 16-year ban on imports of Argentine lemons. Argentina is one of the world’s top lemon producers.
Trump added: “I think we’re going to be very favourably disposed.
“I’ll tell him about North Korea and he’ll tell me about lemons.”
To mark Macri’s visit, the State Department released a batch of several hundred declassified U.S. government documents relating to human rights abuses committed during Argentina’s 1976-1983 dictatorship.
The release is the third of its kind since former President Barack Obama announced the declassification project during a visit to Argentina last March. The first batch was released in August and the second in December. The documents belong to the CIA, FBI and other agencies. They date to the presidencies of Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan.
The White House says the release was made at Macri’s request.
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