BREAKING: North Korea BOWS To Another Trump Demand!


Are You Tired Of Winning Yet?

Kim Jon Un is starting to become a friend to the world. We’re not that far yet, but at least he’s chosen to cooperate with the President.

After the HISTORICAL meeting with South Korean President Moon, North Koreas Supreme Leader Kim Jon Un has released three U.S detainees ahead of his planned meeting with President Trump!

Wait, what? YES! Not ONE OR TWO, but THREE U.S Citizens have been released from North Korean labor camps!

The three Americans — Kim Dong Chul, Kim Hak-song and Kim Sang Duk, also known as Tony Kim — were released from a North Korean labor camp and sent to Pyongyang for medical treatment, the Financial Times reported.
Though out of the brutal labor camp, the men remain in the grasp of Mr. Kim’s regime.
They currently are believed to be convalescing in a hotel outside Pyongyang.
“We believe that Mr. Trump can take them back on the day of the U.S.-North Korea summit, or he can send an envoy to take them back to the U.S. before the summit,” said Choi Sung-ryong, an activist pursuing the release of North Korea’s political prisoners.
The release of the three Americans marked another significant victory for the Trump administration, which also won North Korea’s agreement to discuss giving up its nuclear weapon program as a prerequisite for the talks. VIA

This is yet ANOTHER major win for the Trump presidency! Liberals from all around the country are still claiming that President Trump is a warmonger that’s going to get us nuked by North Korea. I think NOT!

President Trump can add another accomplishment to his legacy after he ended the worlds longest war… the Korean War. What a great day!

National Security Adviser John R. Bolton had called for the release of the detainees, and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo reportedly raised the issue during secret face-to-face talks with Mr. Kim last month in Pyongyang.

Kim Hak-song and Kim Sang Duk worked at the Pyongyang University of Science and Technology. Kim Dong Chul is the president of a company involved in international trade and hotel services. He was sentenced to 10 years on espionage charges. VIA


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