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.

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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Just like it’s a bad idea to give a child explosives, it’s a bad idea to give the North Koreans nuclear weapons.

The rogue regime has been testing nuclear weapons now for years, but the latest subterranean experiment went horribly wrong. According to Yahoo! News, Kim Jung Un’s military was testing its sixth and largest nuclear weapon back on September 3 when the tunnel being used collapsed.

At the time, around 100 people were buried in the radioactive rubble, but rescue efforts were still undertaken to try to save anyone who may have survived. But things took a turn for the worse during the rescue operation and the tunnel collapsed further, entrapping and killing another 100 people.

Yahoo! reported:

More than 200 people are feared to have died when a tunnel caved in at North Korea’s nuclear test site after its latest detonation, a Japanese news report said Tuesday.

A tunnel collapsed at Punggye-ri in early September, days after North Korea conducted its sixth and largest underground nuclear test on September 3, TV Asahi said, quoting unnamed North Korean sources.

Some 100 workers were involved in an initial collapse. Another cave-in occurred during rescue operations, leaving at least 200 people feared dead in total, the Japanese broadcaster said.

The accident was triggered by the test, TV Asahi added.

Experts have warned that the underground tests could cause the mountain to collapse and leak radiation into the atmosphere near China’s border.

The latest test — the sixth at the site since 2006 — triggered landslides in the detonation area and beyond, according to satellite pictures taken the day after.

As Yahoo! noted, it’s extremely rare for the North Korean regime to acknowledge accidents in their country, let alone accidents involving its nuclear program, which is why we’re only learning about it now.

“We are aware of the report but do not know anything about it,” Lee Eugene, a spokeswoman at South Korea’s unification ministry, said.

The devastating report comes as President Trump plans to visit the region next week and show solidarity with North Korea’s southern neighbors. However, it’s unclear if it will have any effect on the President’s plans.

According to the Telegraph, the test that triggered the collapse was the North’s first hydrogen bomb, which are for more powerful than conventional nuclear weapons. Analysts estimate the yield of the weapon at roughly 280 kilotons, or about 16 times more powerful than the bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

The blast caused a 6.3-magnitude earthquake immediately after detonation, with another 4.1-magnitude quake following shortly after.

Experts warn that if the rogue regime continues to carry out nuclear tests in Mount Matap, that radioactive fallout could pollute much of the world.

“Based on our analysis of satellite imagery, we judge that there is a hollow space, which measures about 60 metres by 100 metres beneath Mount Matap”, Nam Jae-chol, the head of South Korea’s Meteorological Administration, warned. “Should another nuclear test take place, there is a possibility [of a collapse]”.

That collapse, Chinese scientists say, could contaminate the entire nation of China.

North Korea Just Spelled WAR With This UNPRECEDENTED Move

North Korea has reportedly been conducting evacuation drills in “secondary and tertiary cities and towns” all throughout the last week, according to Daily Mail.

The drills are likely a preparation tactic in anticipation of war, sources say.

Check it out:



Sources say drills of this nature haven’t occurred since air raid drills were carried out in 2003.

The reports were revealed not long after Defense Secretary James Mattis spoke in Seoul, the capitol of South Korea, over the weekend.


Mattis went on to say that Kim Jong Un is at fault for knowingly breaking international laws and facilitating unneeded missile and nuclear weapons programs.

“I cannot imagine a condition under which the United States would accept North Korea as a nuclear power,” Mattis said during the conference.

Time will tell what comes of this conflict.

Kim Jong Un has continuously pushed the envelope with missile tests and other triggering military actions in the North, but no official moves of war have been made yet by either side.

Scores of people blame President Trump for escalating the situation in various ways, such as calling the hostile dictator “Rocket Man” on Twitter, for example, but reality is also that Kim has always been a threat and has used the possibility of nuclear capabilities as leverage with the United States for years.

NO MORE NICE TRUMP: Trump Just Released What Obama And Clinton Did To Help North Korea

President Trump claimed today that the US has been paying “extortion money” to North Korea for the past 25 years via the Hill. Obama and Bill Clinton and George W. Bush are all complicit in this massive failure.

“The U.S. has been talking to North Korea, and paying them extortion money, for 25 years,” Trump tweeted.

“Talking is not the answer!”

Trump’s tweet comes right after the Pentagon confirmed that North Korea fired a missile that flew over Japan’s airspace. The missile flew over Japanese airspace. The missile launch was a definite signal to the Trump administration that North Korea will not back down.

Trump is not going to back down against North Korea and further warned that threats would be met with “fire and fury.”

North Korea in response threatened to launch a missile into Guam earlier in the month. According to North Korea media, it’s most recent missile launch over Japan is a “prelude” to a military strike at Guam.

Bill Clinton didn’t deal with the problem well either? 

Trump is right. Our previous presidents have been paying extortion money to the North Korean government. This needs to stop.

Share this everywhere if you stand with Trump against the bullies in North Korea. We will not back down ever.


trump fighter jets north korea

In response to Kim Jong Un’s blatant escalations towards war, President Donald Trump has just ordered 100 fighter jets to be sent to bases surrounding North Korea, according to a report by Popular Mechanics. North Korea doesn’t stand a chance against America’s finest pilots.

The US has upped their production of F-35 jets, and is sending dozens of the high-tech jets to allies such as South Korea and Japan. Kim Jong Un, of course, likely isn’t very happy about this—but that’s what you get when you poke the most patriotic president since Reagan.

This moves comes in the wake of Kim Jong Un just launching a missile over Japan, which is a blatant threat. Silence is Consent previously reported that the Pentagon has been investigating the brash move by North Korea’s military, and Japan has finally put their foot down.

Popular Mechanics reports:

By the early 2020s, the United States and its allies in the Pacific plan to have more than 100 stealthy F-35 Joint Strike Fighters stationed near North Korea, according to Aviation Week. Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 121, the “Green Knights,” were the first squadron of F-35s sent to the Pacific theater. They are currently deployed to Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni in Japan, and the jets participated in training exercises in South Korea in March.

Dozens of F-35 squadrons are to follow. The Air Force is preparing to station the F-35As of the 34th Fighter Squadron out of Hill AFB, Utah, in the Pacific region in the coming months. Japan will receive 38 of its 42 planned F-35s starting this year, and F-35 deliveries to South Korea will begin next year, as the first South Korean aircraft just hit the Lockheed Martin assembly line in Fort Worth, Texas.

The stealthy F-35 Lightning II, with a top speed around Mach 1.6, is simply beyond North Korea’s ability to oppose.

The stealth multirole jet, which has a max speed of 1200 miles per hour, is the most advanced and expensive fighter jet in US history. With 100 of these technologically superior, highly mobile stealth jets ready to destroy North Korea with over 9 tons of weapons payload per plane, you can bet that Kim Jong Un is shaking in his boots.

Aviation Week, a multi-channel service provider with connections to numerous military databases, reports the following:

Without assistance from China or Russia, North Korea would stand no chance of defending against a wave of low-observable Joint Strike Fighters, which would be used to clear the air of opposing jets, hunt down rogue missiles, and protect advancing ground troops. The stealth jets would be virtually unopposed by Pyongyang’s outdated inventory of former Soviet and independently developed radars and surface-to-air missiles.

While North Korea does have a relatively large army in terms of active personnel, their technology is in the stone age compared to ours. Their struggling country can only afford a roughly $3 billion dollar a year budget for their military, and with Trump’s recent sanctions, that should dwindle to around $1 billion per year.

Compare this to the United States and our unrivaled $500+ billion dollars a year spent on maintaining a technological edge on our opponents, and there’s not a snowball’s chance in hell that Kim Jong Un will make it out alive.

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