President Trump's just-concluded visit to Japan was more than ceremonial. The four-day trip furthered his bold and broad agenda to strengthen ties with key U.S. allies that play a vital role in resolving the world's greatest geopolitical challenges.
President Trump returns to the United States from Japan today from a trip that was meant to solidify an alliance, but instead may have created a serious division-- even inside the administration. Stephanie Ruhle is joined by Washington Post White House Read more
At a state banquet Monday, President Trump toasted the newly-crowned emperor and called the relationship between the U.S. and Japan a "treasured alliance." But during his four-day visit, the president's views were not always aligned with those of his hosts. Weijia Jiang reports.
President Trump and the first lady arrived in Japan Saturday morning. Their four-day trip comes as trade tensions between the U.S. and Japan begin to simmer. CBSN contributor and senior fellow of the Asia Society, Isaac Stone Fish, joined CBSN to explain what key issues the president will discuss while abroad.
The United States is in the middle of an expensive trade war with China in protest against Beijing's treatment of U.S. companies, and tensions with Japan and the European Union over trade are simmering
President Trump is in Japan for high-stakes talks about trade with the U.S. and other key issues. Air Force One landed in Tokyo Saturday for the start of a four-day visit for Mr. Trump and the first lady. There is a deep uneasiness between the U.S. and Japan after the president threatened to impose stiff tariffs on Japanese cars and parts. Ben Tracy reports.