“President Trump’s successful visit to Japan makes it clear that we are beginning a new era of cooperation between our two countries,” Japanese Conservative Union Chairman Jikido “Jay” Aeba said in a statement. “We must work together to preserve the security and prosperity of the many nations in the Indo-Pacific region. The role of government is to reflect the will of the people; the Japanese people are calling for a stronger Japan in global economic and diplomatic affairs.”
In addition to Schlapp and Aeba, speakers include former White House adviser Steve Bannon, Michael Piwowar, commissioner of the Securities and Exchange Commission, and Lisa Shin, from Korean Americans for Trump, among others.
The conference will be held Dec. 16-17 in Tokyo.