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when he arrived at the White House on Friday Japanese prime minister Shinzo are they likely to bring the president heard a police president Donald Trump and massive investment package that could create hundreds of thousands of US jobs I mean it Helen Washington report the telling of that positive expected the teleprompter Japan is ready to invest up to a hundred and fifty billion dollars in the United States in coming years that'd help create up to seven hundred thousand jobs and things like bolstering cyber defenses and building new high speed rail link you can help Ave convinced trump to lower the heat and more contentious issues like trade and currency , I'll be proposing a public private partnership to build high speed railways in Texas California in the U. S. northeast , as well as investments in robot artificial intelligence and space exploration he also makes a guest increased imports of U. S. oiling dad to narrow the trade gap is drawn trump's fire that could help out a deal good will and more sensitive areas during talks at the White House in on trump's Florida golf course Japanese officials have been scrambling to respond to trump's scattershot comment US president accusing Japan of devaluing its currency hurt US companies and unfair trade in the automobile market trumpet also suggested that Japan and its neighbors aren't pulling their weight on the military front he dropped out of the twelve nation trans Pacific partnership trade pact you want to negotiate a separate trade deal directly with Japan other hoping for new talks to tackle these issues at the think different alliance that'll be put to the test as kind of like , trump defense secretary demanded a hearing Japan that the relationship is on firm ground on a visit to the country last week are they hoping to hear that for the president himself