SHOCKING Video Discovered Of Trump From 1999 Saying What He Would Do To North Korea

During President Trump’s time in office, one of the biggest threats this nation has faced has been from the country of North Korea. If you follow the news at all you know that the tiny dictatorship has been threatening to do it’s best to deliver total annihilation to the United States, via it’s newly minted nuclear program.

This isn’t a new threat and North Korea has been a problem for a very long time. So long that way before President Trump started his political career, people were asking the question; how do you solve a problem like a Kim? In fact, they asked that question to a younger, but still highly successful, Donald Trump in the year 1999. His answer then turned out to be exactly what he did once in office, and what has brought the current North Korean Dictator, Kim Jong-un to the negotiating table:

That strategy is what brought about this release during a White House Briefing. The delegation from South Korea was happy to inform the world that their neighbors to the north are finally ready to negotiate a possible denuclearization program:

“White House Stake Out

7:11 P.M. EST

CHUNG: Good evening. Today, I had the privilege of briefing President Trump on my recent visit to Pyongyang, North Korea. I’d like to thank President Trump, the Vice President, and his wonderful national security team, including my close friend, General McMaster.

I explained to President Trump that his leadership and his maximum pressure policy, together with international solidarity, brought us to this juncture. I expressed President Moon Jae-in’s personal gratitude for President Trump’s leadership.

I told President Trump that, in our meeting, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un said he is committed to denuclearization. Kim pledged that North Korea will refrain from any further nuclear or missile tests. He understands that the routine joint military exercises between the Republic of Korea and the United States must continue. And he expressed his eagerness to meet President Trump as soon as possible.

President Trump appreciated the briefing and said he would meet Kim Jong-un by May to achieve permanent denuclearization.

The Republic of Korea, along with the United States, Japan, and our many partners around the world remain fully and resolutely committed to the complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula. Along with President Trump, we are optimistic about continuing a diplomatic process to test the possibility of a peaceful resolution.

The Republic of Korea, the United States, and our partners stand together in insisting that we not repeat the mistakes of the past, and that the pressure will continue until North Korea matches its words with concrete actions.

Thank you”

This is a feat that most people never thought that the Trump Administration would be able to accomplish. In fact, many of his critics in Washington, on both sides of the aisle, accused the political outsider with not having the diplomacy to accomplish something of this magnitude.

The news reports constantly equated President Trump with the petulant and unpredictable Kim Jong-un, accusing them of being two peas in a pod, as it were. But as it turns out, none of the politically experienced and suave diplomats from the United States, South Korea or any of the other threated countries were able to achieve what the Trump Administration was.

This success was a combination of staunch resolution and the physical removal of support for the dependent nation. President Trump’s sanctions and the pressure he put on other countries to cease doing business with North Korea put the country in a tough situation. Even North Korean fan Dennis Rodman agreed in an interview with ABC News that this is the best possible solution to the impending violence that North Korea was threatening:

“Former NBA star Dennis Rodman, who has traveled several times to North Korea and is one of the few Americans to have met its leader, is praising President Donald Trump for planning a summit with Kim Jong Un.

Rodman tells The Associated Press he looks forward to returning to the pariah nation for ‘basketball diplomacy’ in the coming months.

He says: ‘Well done, President Trump. You’re on the way to a historical meeting no U.S. president has ever done.’

Rodman adds, ‘Please send my regards to Marshal Kim Jong Un and his family.’

Rodman was speaking by phone soon after the planned summit was announced in Washington — a major surprise after a year of rising tensions over North Korea’s nuclear weapons.”

It turns out that President Trump’s unwavering style of negotiation was exactly what the doctor ordered to deal with a problem that has been generations in the making.

The United States isn’t out of the woods yet, and the President addressed that in a tweet saying that “Great progress being made but sanctions will remain until an agreement is reached. Meeting being planned!”

Source:daily-vine.com

South Korean Security Chief: Trump to Meet Kim Jong-un Dictator ‘by May’

Donald Trump. Kim Jong Un

In an announcement at the White House Thursday night, South Korean National Security Director Chung Eui-yong confirmed that North Korean dictator has extended an invitation to President Donald Trump to meet “as soon as possible,” and that Trump has accepted.

Chung met with Kim Jong-un at an unprecedented meeting of officials from the two Korean states on Monday. Upon returning to South Korea, he confirmed to news outlets there that Kim had agreed to meet South Korean President Moon Jae-in at a meeting on the south side of the border.

In his short statement in Washington on Monday, Chung reiterated his claim that Kim “said he is committed to denuclearization. He said that North Korea will refrain from any further nuclear tests.”

Kim also “expressed his willingness to meet President Trump as soon as possible,” Chung added.

“President Trump … said he would meet Kim Jong-un by May to achieve total denuclearization,” he continued. He did not provide any specifics on time or potential location for such a meeting.

Chung described both himself and Trump as “optimistic about continuing a diplomatic process to test the possibility of a peaceful resolution.”

“The Republic of Korea, along with the United States, Japan, and our many partners around the world, remain fully and resolutely committed to the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula,” he added, while asserting that “the pressure will continue until North Korea matches its words with concrete actions.”

The Trump administration has spearheaded a global effort to place unprecedented sanctions on the North Korean regime, which has consistently threatened to use nuclear weapons against American targets like New York and San Francisco. Trump has emphasized China’s role in enforcing these sanctions in particular, as the communist regime’s largest trading partner, and praised China’s communist regime for cooperating in part on pressuring Pyongyang.

The tactic appears to have worked. According to a report in South Korea’s Chosun Ilbo, the sanctions are hurting Kim’s regime in an “unprecedented” way, particularly stalling North Korea’s ability to export goods for cash.

Kim’s meeting with Moon would make him the first North Korean dictator to visit South Korea in history. His meeting with Trump, if it occurs, will also be unprecedented.

Kim is the grandson of founding North Korean tyrant Kim Il-sung and father of preceding dictator Kim Jong-il. In talks with Chung and the South Korean delegation, Kim reportedly claimed denuclearization was his father’s “dying wish,” despite Kim Jong-il’s near-total commitment of the North Korean economy to developing nuclear weapons, rather than much-needed humanitarian aid for the millions of citizens starving in his country.

North Korea forces thousands of citizens into gulags for “political re-education,” both for any behavior constructed as critical of the regime or for being related to anyone considered a threat. Under the tyrannical “songbun” caste system, families of lower “songbun” are banned from Pyongyang, kept out of the nation’s few well-earning jobs, and otherwise ostracized. Low “songbun” can be earned if parents, grandparents, or distant relatives were once opposed to Kim Il-sung’s rise during the Korean War.

North Koreans are subject to public execution if caught with Bibles or foreign media such as Hollywood films. Disabled people, useless to the regime, are hidden from public view in labor camps.

One North Korean defector said of her time in the country, “it’s the same thing as the Holocaust.”

Chung did not mention if or how the meeting of the two leaders would benefit the citizens of North Korea.

Source: www.breitbart.com

BREAKING! Major News From North Korea! TRUMP Taking Direct Action NOW!

For the first time in decades, the world is cautiously optimistic that relations with unpredictable North Korea might be getting be on the road to recovery. North Korea’s petulant dictator has spent months threatening to attempt world domination via newly acquired nuclear devices. However, South Korea, Japan, and the United States have met that threat with a show of strength that would be difficult for any country to overcome.

Becuase no one is interested in an all-out war, the United States, along with other countries, have ended their trade arrangements with the tiny dictatorship in order to try and pressure them into a non-violent solution. That put a huge strain on an already under-producing country whose population wasn’t doing well before imports ended.

While countries around the world, including the United States, are very sympathetic to the citizens of the country, the best thing that any of us can do at the moment is attempt to keep the nation from engaging in a war that would no doubt end with the lives of millions of North Koreans losing their lives. To that end, President Trump, along with other world leaders have been trying to get the North Korean dictator, Kim Jong-un, to agree to a diplomatic solution to their nuclear threats.

Finally, there has been some news out of Korea that gives hope the nation will consider standing down. According to Fox News, Kim Jong-un has been speaking to his South Korean counterpart, agreeing to at least the idea of peace with the rest of the world:

“President Trump said on Tuesday the U.S. is ‘ready to go hard in either direction’ after North Korea promised to not use nuclear or conventional weapons against Seoul and expressed a willingness to hold talks with the United States on denuclearization.

President Trump tweeted hours after South Korea’s presidential national security director Chung Eui-yong released a statement detailing his rare two-day visit to North Korea. He praised the ‘possible progress’ but remained cautious.

‘Possible progress being made in talks with North Korea. For the first time in many years, a serious effort is being made by all parties concerned. The World is watching and waiting! May be false hope, but the U.S. is ready to go hard in either direction!’ Trump tweeted.

The Hermit Kingdom added that it’s willing to give up its nuclear weapons if military threats against North Korea subsides, Chung said hours after leaving Pyongyang.

‘The North side clearly affirmed its commitment to the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula and said it would have no reason to possess nuclear weapons should the safety of its regime be guaranteed and military threats against North Korea removed,’ Chung said in a statement, according to Yonhap News Agency.

Chung, who led a 10-member South Korean delegation to Pyongyang for the two-day visit, said the North is ready to have ‘heart-to-heart’ talks with the U.S. about the regime’s potential denuclearization and normalization between the countries.

‘It made it clear that while dialogue is continuing, it will not attempt any strategic provocations, such as nuclear and ballistic missile tests,’ the statement continued.

North and South Korea agreed to hold summit talks in April at the border. The leaders will establish a ‘hotline’ communication channel to lower military tensions, Chung added.

The comments mark a major change in tone after months of bombastic threats by the rogue regime to keep developing its nuclear and missile program. Last month’s Pyeongchang Olympics sparked the first talks between the two Koreas that followed a flurry of cooperative steps taken to ease tensions during the Winter Games.

North Korea sent a delegation of athletes, cheerleaders, art troupe members and officials to Pyeongchang for the Olympics. Kim’s sister, Kim Yo Jong, labeled by the South’s media as “Kim Jong Un’s Ivanka,” attended the opening ceremony and met with South Korean President Moon Jae-in over a three-day visit. At one point, she even wrote of her “wishes” for closer ties in a guest book at South Korea’s presidential office.

‘I expect Pyongyang and Seoul to get closer in the hearts of our [Korean] people and the future of unification and prosperity will be advanced,’ Kim wrote in Korean in the guest book, according to Yonhap News Agency.

But the ‘future of unification’ phrase means something far more sinister for the Kim family and his regime. North Korea has touted unification as a ‘final victory’ to the Korean War that ended in an armistice in 1953. In Pyongyang’s view, ‘unification’ means Kim’s brutal dictatorship would overcome the South’s government.

There have been two summits, one in 2000 and another in 2007, held between Kim’s late father, Kim Jong Il, and two liberal South Korean presidents. They resulted in a series of cooperative projects between the Koreas that were scuttled during subsequent conservative administrations in South Korea.””

It’s encouraging to see that the President and other world leaders are both accepting this olive branch, and also inspecting it for poisonous spiders. No one believes that Kim Jong-un woke up one day with a heart for public service. He either finally came to his senses and realized that if it came to war, he would be animated. Or, he thinks he’s got another shot at reuniting North and South Korea. As the President stated, they’re ready for either option.

H/T: Fox News,daily-vine.com

Mike Pence Makes Stunning Move When North Korea Is Welcomed At The Olympics

Vice President Mike Pence finally took a knee — not for the National Anthem, but for the brutal North Korean regime run by dictator and propagandist Kim Jong-Un.

During the welcoming reception at the 23rd Olympic Winter Games in South Korea, in which countries from all over are recognized, North Korean athletes appeared.

And despite applause and acknowledgment from the crowd and the leaders of North and South Korea within an arms length, Vice President Pence and his wife remained seated and simply looked onward.

Here’s a picture of the moment — Mike and Karen Pence are not having it:

They’re not wrong in sitting — the United States has no alliance to North Korea, only hostility propagated by the North and the evil regime run by Kim Jong-Un.

And Pence wasn’t fazed at all by the pressure of Kim Jong-Un’s sister being seated within just feet of him.

Here are more details, according to Time:

North Korea sent some of the highest level officials ever to the south for these games, the result of diplomacy by Seoul that led to an agreement between the two countries — still formally at war — to participate together in the Winter Games. Athletes from the two countries formed a joint women’s hockey team.

However, Pence is not letting up on the tough rhetoric he’s been delivering since arriving in Asia. Speaking to NBC’s “Nightly News” on Thursday, the vice president continued to stress that the US would protect itself from North Korean nuclear threats by taking whatever “action is necessary to defend our homeland.”

Officials traveling with Pence said it would be fair to characterize his failure to interact with the North Koreans as a mutual decision, with neither side making any public overtures.

Pence was in close proximity to the North Korean party both at the VIP reception and later, watching the opening ceremony from South Korean President Moon Jae-in box, which included Kim Yong Nam and leader Kim Jong Un’s sister, Kim Yo Jong.

That said, these officials said that if the North Koreans had approached Pence with pleasantries, he would have responded in kind.

As for sharing Moon’s box with the North Koreans, the officials said they knew in advance who was going to be in Moon’s box to watch the opening ceremony. They said Pence could have opted to sit with the US delegation and avoided the box that included the North Koreans.

 

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Source:patrioticexpress.com

Nuclear Missile Test Has Deadly Consequences For North Korean City

North Korea is becoming a daily problem. The rogue nation won’t rest until it drags the world into conflict. It’s dictator, the fat Kim Jong-un, promised to destroy America and our allies. Their aggressive missile testing is hurting more than its enemies.

The people of North Korea suffer. That’s one of the biggest tragedies of the corrupt regime. Kim Jong-un pushes for better weapons. Meanwhile, his people starve. Even soldiers are malnourished and sick. What can be said of the civilians?

Now we are learning that Un’s insane weapons program is hurting his own people. A missile test earlier in 2017 costed significant damage to a North Korea city.

From Fox News:

An intermediate-range missile launched by North Korea last April crashed into a town near Pyongyang, possibly causing an explosion and casualties, The Diplomat reported on Wednesday.

The IRBM was launched April 28, 2017 near Pukchang Airfield in South Pyongan Province and was the third in a series of failed launches that month, the report said.

The missile crashed into the city of Tokchun after one minute of powered flight, the report said. The explosion caused “considerable damage to a complex of industrial or agricultural buildings,” the report said, citing a U.S. government source with knowledge of the program.

The secretive regime makes it nearly impossible to determine the extent of damages. The online magazine theorized that if the missile hit a populated city, the result could have been catastrophic…

North Korea has repeatedly launched missile tests in defiance of U.N. sanctions throughout 2017. When the missiles are launched, they are not accompanied with any formal warning or notice, leaving neighboring countries and the United States left to interpret Pyongyang’s intentions. 

Kim Jong-un is an incompetent, corrupt dictator. He clearly does not care about the welfare of his people. He gets (or stays) fat, while they starve. Whatever resources the country owns get wasted on missile programs. Now we know that vital structures are being damaged.

What will it take to bring North Korea in check? Its citizens are in need. Sanctions meant to punish the government hurt the people as well. Meanwhile, a black market from China ensures that only the wealthy get what they need.

Things will have to change soon. Either Kim Jong-un will attack or the people will revolt. Un will force America and the international community to act. Or his people will revolt, much the way Iran’s people are. The terrible conditions cannot last forever.

Let’s hope things will change soon, for the better.

Source: Fox News, patriotjournal.org

Report: NK Launches Missile, Accidentally Hits Unintended Target

North Korea’s dictatorship has long been known for brutalizing its own citizens while thumbing its nose at the world with its nuclear missile program.

But a new report shows the Kim Jong Un regime might have gone even further:

It may have brutalized its own citizens with a missile shot that went bad, and struck one of its own cities.

According the international magazine The Diplomat, a medium-range rocket fired from an airfield about 40 miles north of the capital of Pyonyang ended up hitting a building in Tokchon, a city of 200,000, about 50 miles from its launching site.

Citing an unnamed source in the United States government, The Diplomat reported that the missile’s engines failed about one minute into its flight, on April 28, 2017.

If the flight had finished successfully, the missile likely would have landed in the Sea of Japan, The Diplomat reported.

The Diplomat did not speculate about casualties on the ground.

“It’s impossible to verify if the incident caused any loss of life and, given the time of day the test occurred and the location of the impact, it may be likely that few, if any, casualties resulted from the incident,” the magazine reported.

However, there was considerable damage to an agricultural complex that was apparently struck by the errant missile.

“An image from Google earth of the complex show ground disturbances in an area that previously contained a building with fencing, also showing that a portion of the seasonal greenhouse had been damaged near the side of the complex where the debris fell,” The Diplomat reported.

Obviously, it’s bad enough that the North Korean government puts its own miserable population in danger with its slipshod approach to safety with deadly missiles.

But as The Diplomat points out, a similar problem with another missile could have much more far-reaching consequences:

“… (S)should a future North Korean missile overflying fail at the wrong moment during its powered flight phases, its trajectory may come to resemble an attack on Japan. Even with a dummy payload, an incident like that could spark a serious crisis in Northeast Asia. North Korea’s missile tests, which violate its obligations under United Nations Security Council resolutions, come with no formal warning or notices to airmen, leaving regional states and the United States to their own devices in interpreting Pyongyang’s intentions once the engines are ignited.”

Interpreting the intentions of dictator Kim Jong Un and his regime is never easy, and it’s easy to envision the military forces of the United States and Japan assuming that a North Korean missile hitting Japan was the start of a military conflict initiated by the Pyongyang regime.

Considering the tensions between the United States and North Korea – despite a recent feeler by the Kim regime to the South Korean government – it’s entirely possible that could lead to an overwhelming attack by the United States and its allies.

And if that happens, Kim Jong Un is going to realize that his mistake wasn’t in having a rocket that failed – it was in challenging the world’s only superpower in the first place.

H/T The Daily Mail

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Source:conservativetribune.com

NO WAY: Nikki Haley Says US Will NEVER ACCEPT Nuclear North Korea

US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley doubled-down on the Trump administration’s position that Kim Jong Un must totally abandon his nuclear program, warning the world body that the US is absolutely unwilling to co-exist with a nuclear-equipped North Korea.

According to CNN, Haley was addressing world leaders when she confirmed President Trump’s decision that the communist regime must totally abandon its nuclear and missile programs or face the full-might of America’s military.

“As we hear reports that North Korea might be preparing for another missile test — I hope that does not happen, but if it does — we must bring even more measures to bear on the North Korea regime,” said Haley. “The civilized world must remain united and vigilant against the rogue state’s nuclear arsenal. We will never accept a nuclear North Korea.”

The Ambassador was then asked to weigh-on on Kim’s olive branch to South Korea earlier this week, hoping for high-level talks between the communist nation and staunch US ally.

“We won’t take any of the talks seriously if they don’t do something to ban all nuclear weapons in North Korea. We consider this to be a very reckless regime, we don’t think we need a Band-Aid and we don’t think we need to smile and take a picture,” she added. “We think that we need to have them stop nuclear weapons and they need to stop it now.

Source:www.hannity.com

FURIOUS: Moments After North Korea Fired A Missile, Trump Shot Back With A Vegeance

Earlier today the North Korean madman Kim Jong Un fired off ANOTHER missile towards our allies in Japan despite knowing the consequences of their actions.

While nobody (that we know of) was hurt, their intentions were very clear. Before the missile even exploded, President Trump was meeting with his top military officials (including Mattis) to deal with the ruthless provocations.

The President then arranged a press conference on the topic. Without giving anything away, Trump shot a clear message to North Korea by telling the press, simply:

“We will take care of it. It is a situation that we will handle.”

Nobody knows exactly what President Trump has planned. Then again, that’s the way the president likes to keep things.

Even Secretary of State Rex Tillerson seems to have turned a corner on Kim. Despite Tillerson’s frequent advocating for a peaceful resolution, this last launch changed that promise.

“Diplomatic options remain viable and open, FOR NOW!”

That’s big talk from a guy who tends to be the good cop to Trump’s bad cop. I guess, for now, we just gotta see where it goes.

Tell us in the comments what y’all think Trump should do to handle North Korea.

Source:libertywriters.com

PHOTOS: Trump’s Convoy Passes Vietnamese Street, Sign In The Crowd Leaves POTUS Speechless

President Donald Trump’s twelve-day trip through Asia has been a historic journey thus far. However, what happened after he landed in Vietnam on Friday took the cake. As Trump’s convoy was traveling down a street in Da Nang, he spotted a sign being held by a Vietnamese man in the crowd, and it left him speechless.

President Trump landed in Vietnam on Friday ahead of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit in Da Nang, marking the fourth leg of his overseas trip, which began in Japan. There, Trump met with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, an important ally against North Korea’s nuclear-crazed dictator Kim Jong-un.

U.S. President Donald Trump headed to Japan on the first stop of his five-nation tour of Asia on Saturday, looking to present a united front with the Japanese against North Korea as tensions run high over Pyongyang’s nuclear and missile tests. [Source: Fortune]

From Japan, Trump headed to South Korea, where he was treated to a hero’s welcome. It had been speculated that there was some sort of diplomatic tension between the U.S. president and President Moon Jae-in, the leader of South Korea, but those rumors were put to bed when President Moon surprised Trump at Camp Humphreys, a U.S. military base in South Korea.

President Moon’s move to meet Trump at the base broke with protocol and was not previously scheduled, thus, it was taken as a gesture of extreme respect and gratitude towards the American president which did not go unnoticed.

There is a typical protocol when diplomats from different countries meet each other, but President Moon Jae-in shocked President Donald Trump when he met him personally after Trump had landed at Camp Humphreys, a military base located in South Korea. Moon Jae-in was patiently waiting for Trump as he deplaned at the military base. This is a break in the typical protocol and is officially an honor that no other US President has experienced before. [Source: US Truth Wire]

After his successful stop in South Korea, Trump moved on to China. Instead of forcing the president to exit from the “ass” of Air Force One when he landed, which was done to Obama, the Chinese rolled out the red carpet for Trump, treating him to a full military orchestra and children who were waving American and Chinese flags.

The accolades followed Trump to Vietnam on Friday, where the president was met by throngs of foreign supporters who flocked to the roadside just to get a glimpse at his presidential motorcade. In the midst of the crowd, one man stood out. He was holding a homemade sign which read, “Welcome The President (Angel) of America Donald Trump To Da Nang, Vietnam.”

Oddly enough, this story has not been reported by the media at all. Literally. Try searching the words on the man’s sign. You’ll come up dry.

Indeed, these photos were buried in the bowels of the internet, and we just so happened to come across them today in the midst of our coverage of Trump’s visit to Vietnam. Coincidence? I think not.

If it had been Barack Obama who was hailed as the “angel” sent from God to save America and the world from the depths of destruction, you can bet that every news channel under the sun would be covering this story. The photos of the man’s sign would have instantly gone viral; they’d have been passed around social media so much at this point that everyone would have already heard this story.

But, have you seen these pictures of the sign a Vietnamese man made for Trump anywhere else? Nope. Not at the time this report was written, anyway.

This is Donald Trump we are talking about, not Barack Obama, so the story has been completely buried. Please share this news about the warm welcome President Trump received in Vietnam because the media is trying to make him out to be some kind of bumbling buffoon on his overseas trip, when, in reality, he is beloved around the world.

Source:madworldnews.com

President Trump Scraps ‘Surprise’ Visit to North Korea Military Border ‘When Seconds Away’

Donald Trump payed a surprise visit to the DMZ (demilitarized zone) near the border with North Korea.

The surprise visit however didn’t happen because of “poor weather.”

However the visit could have been historic.

Trump’s presence near the demarcation line that passes through the center of the 2.5-mile wide, 155-mile-long strip of land would have carried particular significance at a time when regional tensions are high over Pyongyang’s ballistic missile and nuclear weapons programmes.

Many South Korean politicians and observers expressed relief at initial reports Trump would be skipping a trip to the area.

Donald Trump has scrapped a surprise visit to the demilitarised zone (DMZ) near the North Korea border, it has been revealed.

President Trump was minutes from landing in a helicopter near the heavily fortified area but the plan had to be scrapped due to “poor weather”, according to the White House.

The visit would have marked a historic step closer by Trump to Kim Jong-un with whom the Republican has been engaged in an escalating war of words since he took office earlier this year.

The move comes amid fears North Korea could launch a deadly nuclear weapon during Trump’s South Korea visit.

Air Force One landed in South Korea yesterday as part of his 12-day Asia tour with his wife Melania.

Just after 7am (22:00 GMT Tuesday) the motorcade left Trump’s hotel in downtown Seoul, arriving 10 minutes later at Yongsan Garrison, a US military base.

Helicopters carrying Trump and his entourage took off from a sports field on the base, camouflage-clad men seated at the back of the aircraft.

Weaving through the dense fog that shrouded Seoul’s skyscrapers, the helicopters were only minutes away from landing at the DMZ when they turned back to the base.

“There wasn’t enough visibility to land,” Sanders said. “It would have been really dangerous, and our guys pulled back.”

What do you think would have happened if President Trump landed at the DMZ?
Would he met up with Kim Jong-un?

Let us know down in the comments!

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