President Donald Trump on May 13, 2019 at the White House in Washington, USA.
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US. President Donald Trump has recently spoken privately about the withdrawal from the defense treaty with Japan, believing that the post-war pact has treated the United States unfairly, Bloomberg reported late Monday.
Trump, however, has not taken any action The US president believes that the more than six-decade-old contract is one-sidedly detrimental to the United States as a Japanese military
Trump also talked about compensation for the relocation of the US Apply for base in Okinawa, Bloomberg said.
The report comes when Trump is busy with his "America First". Agenda that requires reciprocal agreements in foreign policy and international trade.
Regardless, the US president has previously stated on the trade front that he is dissatisfied with Japan's trade surplus with the US and Japan that an agreement is being made in both directions.
Outside the regular working hours, the White House did not respond to a request for comment on the report.