Did someone say Trump?

Weekend Variety Wireless 04/06/2018
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The closest Graeme has ever got to China is the Asian food market on a humid day.

Graeme Hill is joined by John Dybvig for Letter from America, to share the latest news of the week from the United States.

 The two banter over Dybvig getting propositioned in China.

The June 12th summit is back on but not to talk denuclearisation or missiles; it’ll be more a meet and greet.

Trump wants this meeting for one reason- he will be the first person to do it.

A photo of a handshake will provide propaganda from here to eternity, claims Dybvig.

Graeme’s all for the meet and greet because then he can take the hard hat off.

Kim Yong Chol delivered a letter to Trump this week. Trump held a press conference over receiving the letter. When asked what was in the letter, he said he hadn’t even read it.

Also, the two talk about stupid expenses.

The United States Environmental Protection Agency spent $1560 on twelve fountain pens this week and Ben Carson, head of housing development, spent $31,000 on a dinner set for his office.

Plus, Trump has declared Canada a national security problem and imposed tariff on their imports. Canada’s turned around and done the same. Let the trade wars begin!

Warning: John does always try to contain himself, but there are a few swear-words used, so listen to this week's Letter from America at your own risk.

Listen to the full audio with John Dybvig above.

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