Trump holds joint press conference with Spanish Prime Minister

US President Donald Trump welcomed his counterpart from Spain Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy to the White House on Monday evening to discuss relations between the two countries and global issues as it affects both nations.

Shortly after welcoming the PM, the duo made a joint press conference.

At the press conference, President Trump doubled down on the North Korea rhetoric. Trump said that both America and Spain share many challenges and difficulties ranging from North Korea to Iran and what he called the rogue regime in Venezuela.

President Trump appreciated Spain’s decision to expel its North Korean ambassador in a bid to stand with the US to isolate the brutal North Korea regime.

While equally appreciating the Chinese government in its latest move to restrict trade and cut banking activities with North Korea, Trump called on all nations to join forces to isolate the communist country’s menace, saying North Korea’s weapon and missile development poses a great threat to the entire world with unthinkable loss of life.

In a tweet last night, Trump wrote: “It was an honor to welcome President @MarianoraJoy of Spain. Thank you for standing w/ us in our efforts to isolate the brutal #NoKo regime”.

Furthermore, President Trump commiserated with Spain on the vile attack that killed many in Spain last month and restated his undying support for the Spanish government to eradicate every evil forces and threats to humanity.

He wrote in a previous tweet: “I want to express our support and extend our prayers to all those affected by the vile terror attack in Spain last month”.

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