Taiwan lawmakers have questions for Trump

The next U.S. president-elect should visit Taiwan: Chiang

Taiwan News
Date: 2016/11/19
By: Matthew Strong, Taiwan News, Staff Writer

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Young Taiwanese legislators were asked Saturday what they would want to

(By Associated Press)

(By Associated Press)

ask United States President-elect Donald Trump if they could, and the topics ranged from a travel invitation to his hair.

Much like most of the rest of the world, Taiwanese were stunned when the brash and unpredictable real estate developer defeated former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton in the November 8 election.

At an event Saturday, young Taiwanese lawmakers from several parties were interviewed about a range of topics, and one of those what would they ask the next U.S. president if they ever had the chance of meeting him.

Democratic Progressive Party lawmaker Su Chiao-hui, a daughter of ex-Premier Su Tseng-chang, said she would wish him “good luck” and tell him not just to make grand statements, but also to study the heart of the issues.    [FULL  STORY]

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