President Trump claimed in an interview that Japanese first lady Akie Abe “doesn’t speak English … Like, not ‘hello.’” But a clip of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s wife giving a speech in New York showed that she speaks English fluently. Trump brought up the first lady in a rambling interview with The New York Times...
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