PHILIPPINES -- President Trump arrived overnight in the Philippines and was met with protesters who had taken to the streets to burn the American flag, letting him know that he was not welcome.
Earlier today, in Vietnam, after a grand arrival ceremony at an historic palace in Hanoi, the president facing more questions about his latest talks with Russian President, Vladimir Putin.
Mr. Trump was asked point blank, who does HE believe, Putin who insists Russia didn't meddle in last year's election or the US intelligence community which says yes Russia did.
He responded by saying, "I'm with our agencies. I believe in our intel agencies, our intelligence agencies."
But he said he wasn't going to stand in front of cameras and argue with the Russian President, "What he believes is what he believes. What I believe is we have to get to work."
He was referring to the US and Russia cooperating on Syria and Ukraine, saying that having Russia as a friendly ally, instead of constant tension, would be an asset to the United States and the world, not a liability.
The other big issue on the president's agenda is North Korea.
The President has pledged to bring fire and fury and totally destroy that nation if it threatened the United States and its allies.
But this morning, The president tweeted that he's tried so hard to be friends with Kim Jong Un. Later he said it's possible he could have a relationship with Kim Jong Un and that would be a good thing.
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