The China Post
Date: November 11, 2016
By: Joseph Yeh
TAIPEI, Taiwan — President Tsai Ing-wen met with Edwin Feulner, a top adviser to U.S. President-
elect Donald Trump in October, government officials disclosed Thursday.
Foreign Minister David Lee told lawmakers at a legislative session that Tsai had met with a “top aide” to Trump during his visit to Taiwan.
While Lee declined to name the aide in question, describing it as “inappropriate,” he did say that he had dined with the adviser to the president-elect and that he had known him for “more than 30 years.”
The Presidential Office later clarified that the aide was Feulner, founder of the conservative Heritage Foundation think tank.
According to a Presidential Office press release, Tsai met with Feulner in the Presidential Office on Oct. 13, together with several members of a delegation from a U.S. think tank. [FULL STORY]