question about several prouns
【At midnight Pierre would fly to Honolulu with Dean Rusk and Mc George Bundy for a Vietnam council of war; then he, Rusk, and five other Cabinet members would proceed to Japan. You couldn't conceal all Pierre's movements, and the press knew he would be in Tokyo. They had been told, and they believed, that it was a junket, a joy ride. It wasn't. Kennedy hadn't forgotten his predecessor's Japanese fiasco, when leftist riots had forced Eisenhower to cancel a call there. He meant to restore American prestige with a February visit. Pierre's job was to set things up.】
1."for a Vietnam council of war", is it a council? or a meeting?
2.in "He meant to restore American prestige with a February visit", who is "he "? Eisenhower or Kennedy?
3.what is Pierre's job? to rearrange a visit to Japan?