Trump and Abe played their round with professional Matsuyama.
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Prime Minister Shinzo Abe welcomed Trump to Japan Sunday with an effusive display of friendship that, in the days ahead, will give way to high-stakes diplomacy.Eager to forge a bond with Tokyo's crucial ally, Abe was one of the first world leaders to court President-elect Trump.The two men also met on the sidelines of an international summit in Italy this spring and Trump hosted Abe in Florida. White House officials said Trump has spoken with Abe by phone more than any world leader, aside from British Prime Minister Theresa May.Trump and Abe also exchanged glowing tweets about their golf.From the time Marine One landed on the Kasumigaseki Country Club's driving range, Abe rolled out little touches to make Trump feel welcome.Though Trump did not mention North Korea by name during the speech, the specter of its weapons program will loom large throughout Trump's five-nation Asia trip.
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