President Trump – Monday Schedule and Events in Singapore

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•U.S. Embassy Singapore Twitter Feed HERE

President Trump in Singapore Monday, June 11, 2018

  • 11:50AM (Local) / 11:50PM (Sunday Night U.S.) THE PRESIDENT departs Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore en route to Istana Palace
  • 12:00PM (Local) / 12:00AM (Mon U.S.) THE PRESIDENT arrives at Istana Palace
  • 12:10PM (Local) / 12:10AM (U.S.) THE PRESIDENT participates in a 1:1 bilateral meeting with the Prime Minister of Singapore
  • 12:30PM (Local) / 12:30AM (U.S.) THE PRESIDENT participates in an expanded bilateral meeting and working lunch with the Prime Minister of Singapore
  • 02:05PM (Local) / 02:05AM (U.S.) THE PRESIDENT departs Istana Palace en route to Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore
  • 02:15PM (Local) / 02:15AM (U.S.) THE PRESIDENT arrives at Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore
  • 02:20PM (Local) / 02:20AM (U.S.) THE PRESIDENT participates in a meet and greet with the U.S. Embassy in Singapore

 

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509 Responses to President Trump – Monday Schedule and Events in Singapore

  1. citizen817 says:

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  2. wheatietoo says:

    Liked by 22 people

    • Shirley Goodwin says:

      Always amazes me that people don’t seem to realize how using foul language lessens their credibility and makes them look less intelligent.

      Liked by 6 people

      • evergreen says:

        I’ll take blunt and genuine vs. polite and fake. Perhaps a trade on standards, but if that’s the choice offered by journalists…

        Liked by 5 people

      • Snow White says:

        Especially women using bad language is just so distasteful.

        Liked by 3 people

      • EJ says:

        Modern language has changed. Sorry, but no one will bat an eye at that.

        Liked by 2 people

        • VeritasVincit says:

          Sorry, but you are ill informed. I am object to profanity. I am or the opinion that a person who needs to use profanity to express themselves needs a better vocabulary. Modern does not necessarily mean better.

          Liked by 4 people

          • VeritasVincit says:

            I object (correction)

            Like

          • J Gottfred says:

            I almost posted the same thing, but fortunately caught yours first. Great post!

            English has over 170,000 words currently in use. There is a word for EVERYTHING, and yet so many fools rely on four letter expletives –De Niro being the latest. One has to wonder if those who rely on profanity can really explain why they are so mad. I can, they have small limited minds.

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            • rf121 says:

              I will let you fill in the blanks. F……… Y…….! Snobbery has hit the thread.

              Sorry if some of us don’t always speak the Kings English for you. How about we filter out all the PT supporters who use four letter cuss words from the 2020 election and see how that goes for you. In fact, you may need a new candidate because PT cusses with the rest of us low life, limited minds MAGA supporters.

              Elitism: Elitism is the belief or attitude that individuals who form an elite — a select group of people with a certain ancestry, intrinsic quality, high intellect, wealth, special skills, or experience — are more likely to be constructive to society as a whole, and therefore deserve influence or authority greater than that of others.

              Hmmmm!

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              • J Gottfred says:

                I see you have conflated my love of English for Elitism. I certainly do not believe I am more constructive to society or deserving more influence. If I did, I would be writing this blog rather than reading it.

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          • Oldschool says:

            I’m with you veritas.

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        • Snow White says:

          EJ,
          Being modern has nothing to do with foul language. Actually it makes a bad impression on the person using it. If one cannot express without foul language, they need to expand their vocabulary. And I do bat an eye to it so does God.

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      • rvsueandcrew says:

        Shirley… You are so right!

        It is possible to be “blunt and genuine” (evergreen) without using foul language.

        Liked by 2 people

      • rf121 says:

        Well I guess that makes all of us Vets idiots then. I smell a whiff of elitism in the air.

        Liked by 6 people

        • eagledriver50 says:

          rf121—> Tango Alpha on that…some people just don’t know when to shut the ol’ piehole and let what is said slide on by…BEST E-9 I ever worked with had a saying for just about anything that someone would do…Outstanding!!! RETIRED E-8!!!

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          • 🍺Gunny66 says:

            In the Marines, so called vulgarity is it’s OWN language. No 15 word directives to try to get something done…

            “The Marines I have seen around the world have the cleanest bodies, the filthiest minds, the highest morale, and the lowest morals of any group of animals I have ever seen. Thank God for the United States Marine Corps!”

            Eleanor Roosevelt

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        • lakelurelife says:

          I would point that it was a study, not “studies”, as you posted. And the study was conducted through HuffPost, no less. The study was of college students, a low number of them at that.
          Be sure that there is a liberal study out there for everything they support. The integrity of the study, however, is no doubt questionable.

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      • RedBallExpress says:

        If your posts include enough foul language you will be banned from CTH. It can be appropriate at times, even Sundance can let it fly, but most of the time I tell myself to clean it up before I hit “Post Comment”.

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        • rf121 says:

          Agreed. But insulting the intelligence of someone because they use foul language says more about the accuser then of the user.

          Look. A poet in the making.

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          • 🍺Gunny66 says:

            Question: Why do Cowboys write poetry?
            Answer: Because they’re inspired by the moos.

            Question: What did the poet say to Luke Skywalker?
            Answer: “Metaphors be with you.”

            Thank you….thank you very much..

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      • thedoc00 says:

        Now you understand another part of the presidents public strategy. 2 months before the election candidate Trump went Presidential when the Democrats went gutter. Notice the same phenomenon is occurring surrounding key international events and November election.

        Its marketing 101, leave your customer with most positive image before they enter the store.

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  3. Pyrthroes says:

    We move that these minutes be accepted as read. Seconded! Excelsior.

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  4. citizen817 says:

    Speculations rise over cost of denuclearization

    A study estimates that the direct costs could total about $5 billion.

    Publicly, the cost of dismantling North Korea’s nuclear weapons program, and who will cover it, has yet to be discussed by the concerned countries. 

    According to one estimate, the cost of dismantling North Korea’s nuclear weapons program could be at least five times higher than that of Ukraine. 

    A recent study by Kwon Hyuk-chul of Kookmin University suggests that the overall costs, those arising from dismantling of weapons to indirect costs such as economic aid, would come to about $20 billion. 

    Excerpt:
    While the US has hinted at economic aid and allowing private sector investment in the North, Trump recently noted that much of the burden will have to be shouldered by Seoul. 

    “No, I don’t think the United States is going to have to spend. I think South Korea will do it. I think China — I think, frankly, China will help out,” Trump said in response to the question whether he will offer economic aid at his meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. 

    He went on to say that Japan will also shoulder some of 

    http://m.koreaherald.com/view.php?ud=20180604000772#cb

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  5. fedback says:

    Briefing by Secretary Pompeo in Singapore – Live

    https://www.whitehouse.gov/live/

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    • The Boss says:

      Note at the very end, last question re: “allies”.
      Sec. Pompeo three times referred to “our European partners”.
      Not once did he say “allies”. That’s a VERY significant distinction folks.

      Liked by 24 people

      • Publius2016 says:

        Sure…Allies implies war…we are at war against Islamic Terrorism…who does EU support?

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        • farmhand1927 says:

          Given the EU’s desire to flood their countries with Muslims and watch Christian churches close only to be reopened as mosques, it’s clear where the EU stands.

          True allies of America? Like true friends in life, they generally can be counted on one hand: Israel, Japan, Austria’s new young President shows great promise, Italy also showing good signs, Poland.

          Good news is, before President Trump concludes his 8th year as President, we’ll have many more trusted friends. The former reliable standby’s of Mexico, Canada, France and England all need to have their populations do major soul searching and fight harder at their ballot boxes if they want their countries to become great again and trusted again by Americans. We’ve bailed them out, time AMD again, how it’s time for them to respect our votes that put Donald Trump as the Leader of the Free World.

          Disrespect Trump, you disrespect the majority of Americans. That makes us a little more testy than usual about giving any of you federal aid or being there when you need help. It makes us more irritable than usual when you’re a country that encourages your people to cross our border illegally. And England? You’ve got a lot of explaining to do as it pertains to the Fake Dossier, don’t you?

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        • Allies imply mutual defense obligations created, IMO, in 3 steps:

          Trump Doctrine:
          • RECIPROCAL Trading Partners first.
          • EARNED Alliance opportunities through investment in American Defense Exports.
          • COMMITMENT to Alliances with partners who team with neighboring countries to deploy their OWN troops to create peace in their OWN NEIGHBORHOODS.

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      • Sugarhillhardrock says:

        You read it correctly, BOSS.

        Liked by 2 people

      • Turranos says:

        We live at a time when our Republic has mostly pretend allies with only a few real allies. I am thrilled that Sec. Pompeo is nailing the truth down. Good catch, Boss.

        Liked by 6 people

    • beach lover says:

      Can I just say, at first I was worried when President T fired Tillerson, but boy… appointing Pompeo was a wonderful move. The man is the perfect match for our President, and I love how he handles the media.

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  6. citizen817 says:

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  7. waltherppk says:

    Departure for POTUS

    Arrival for POTUS

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  8. A2 says:

    Pompeo’s presser in Singapore:
    Big pushback at the NYT about a lack of expertise to dismantle the Nukes and WMD. Pushback about the fake news (hey look at some of the comments here).

    Pushback on those who think the G-7 means our allies have not helped bringing this meeting about. I said this before, the pols come and go but it was incontrovertible at the Singapore IISS meeting that no matter what the two doufus Frenchman do, or the EU or others on their trade hissy fits, the Defense ministers of all our allies were standing shoulder to shoulder, back to back with the US. And, on the record.

    Great presser, and necessary.

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    • beach lover says:

      Pitch Perfect… I love our SOS.

      Liked by 4 people

      • Turranos says:

        I revel in the fact that the Hillbag might be taking a peek and see how real people do big things that she could never even dream of, let alone do.

        Liked by 5 people

        • farmhand1927 says:

          Angry Crooked Hillary may be watching but it.a through her wacky prism glasses while submerged in a bottomless chardonnay fog. She’ll pour another glass, call up her old pal Madeline Albright and slur through some memories of the good old days. There’s a special place in hell, and all that.

          What will be fun to watch now is if Obama follows Trump to try and revive his own failed foreign policy and horrible trade agenda. He’s done it before.

          Would not be surprised to see Barack and Michelle being welcomed by the Trudeau’s for a photo op and a chance to showcase the men’s effeminate wardrobes. Next stop, Singapore, possibly Japan and/or China, after a bit of hobknobbing with the Macron’s in Paris. Maybe they can rent that executive suite in that Paris hotel and relive their glory days by walking out on the balcony and waving to cheering Frenchmen as they did during their regime.

          And that meeting Putin wants with President Trump? Why not meet with Obama instead? After all, he’s got lots of flexibility now that the entirety of his presidential accomplishments is crashing in flames like the Hindenburg. There may be a few loose ends to discuss regarding uranium….

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          • Lemmy says:

            Maybe Barry can teach Justine how to throw a baseball in Mom jeans:

            And Justine can teach Barry how to dance:

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          • Gary says:

            If that scum sucking mutant and his – what ever it is – ever fly into Canada, the plane they are on should have “Hazardous Waste” decals splatted all across the fuselage and ANY ground that worthless pair set foot on should have to be removed and replaced with fresh, uncontaminated soil. Of course, we all know ( whether we like it or not ) that Turdo will welcome his teacher, trainer, mentor and idol with open arms. What a sad state of affairs Canada has fallen into. Thanks liberal, socialistic education system and the media like the Communist Broadcast Corp. The lace has literally gone to hell in a hand basket..

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          • pacnwbel says:

            Great metaphor Farmhand, likening BO’s policies and accomplishments to the Hindenberg crash.

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          • Maquis says:

            Double-O-Zero IS a loose end.
            Soon, I pray, to be tied up and cut off.

            This Anti-President interference must end.

            GBPDJT
            🇺🇸

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        • peace says:

          I don’t think Hillbag can even dream big; hect, she can’t take a shower or walk up and down a flight of stairs.

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    • formerdem says:

      That is a helpful clarification. Thank you.

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  9. waltherppk says:

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    • H.R. says:

      I am worried.

      I am beginning to like Kim Jong-Un’s hair style. It’s kind of Elvis with wide white sidewalls.
      .
      .
      As usual, President Trump is not letting any grass grow under his feet and is making the most of his time in Singapore. I wonder if Kim will try to match President Trump’s energy and set up as many meet and greet and assess opportunities?
      .
      .
      Keep your eyes peeled for Dennis Rodman in the background. An appreciative nod his way would not be inappropriate.

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      • A2 says:

        OK, where is Dennis Rodman? Is he there? Any confirmation?
        Why is this important?

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        • Oldschool says:

          A2, Rodman, aside from being a basketball legend, is a kooky showman. We have been intrigued and angered for years about his friendship with Kim and his trips to NOKO and Kim’s “trust” of Rodman. Add to that his relationship with Trump in Trump’s prior life, Rodman gifting Kim “The art of the deal” several years ago and his enthusiastic support of this meeting and Rodman’s claims he will be in Singapore too, all makes for a lot of speculation.

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          • PatriotKate says:

            The only person in the world to be friends with both President Trump and Kim. I suspect he’s been involved from behind the scenes for a while. He wouldn’t be there if the President didn’t want him there.

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        • Karl Kastner says:

          He’s boxing out for the rebound, in case Kim misses his “one shot”.

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        • webgirlpdx says:

          Dennis arrived in Singapore a little while ago wearing his pot coin.com tee shirt….his sponsor.

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          • Annie says:

            I met Dennis once..sometime in the 1990’s..we were sitting out side of a restaurant in Italy.on the Ligurian coast somewhere.we we just chatting waiting to get it..it was interesting that he was alone..not all the tats he has now..hair was blonde..he was dressed simply in tan polo shirt and chinos..he was very sweet and seemed kind..

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            • 🍺Gunny66 says:

              I think our President should buy Kim a nice tailored suit for a present.

              Ask him to wear it explaining:

              Girls go crazy for a sharp dressed man…..

              Then,….no more nukes….just girls….

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  10. Pam says:

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  11. waltherppk says:

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  12. Kim at 9:30pm Singapore time is going on a tour of the city……Marina Bay has security everywhere – take him to the top of The Sands and he’s giving up The Nukes 100%.

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    • Paco Loco says:

      It’s 11:00 pm now in SIngapore. Nice time to be out and about as it’s the cooler part of the day. Singapore is virtually on the Equator…hot, hot, hot!

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  13. Sessions should resign huh?

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  14. Now it makes sense why Melania has been absent. DJT most likely sent her away to protect her as these next historic weeks unfold. Good move!

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    • Oldschool says:

      Melania had a serious surgery. Her length of stay in the hospital would indicate that. Let’s keep her in our prayers for a complete and uncomplicated recovery.

      Liked by 16 people

      • Benson II says:

        Exactly right. There was really no reason for her to go on such and exhausting trip along with all the appearances, standing walking, etc.

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    • phoenixRising says:

      Melania is unable to fly for awhile. (one month I believe POTUS said)
      and this trip was 17 hrs + not counting to Canada

      Her BP is monitored frequently… her surgery was tricky.

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      • treehouseron says:

        Her whole thing to is she has to dress up and be a model everywhere she goes which takes a ton of planning and posing, etc… she probably just doesn’t feel up to making such a big deal out of everything during the exact time that she’s recuperating. Who knows how long it took them to plan out all those outfits she wore on the last overseas trip.

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    • Publius2016 says:

      This trip is during “WAR”…the Korean War never ended!!!

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    • Maquis says:

      One does not bring one’s family into battle.

      Such a status and face granting presence as FLOTUS is an earned privilege, starting with trust.

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  15. Troublemaker10 says:

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    • Imagine Kim announcing Freedom of Religion and construction of CHURCHES as part of the deal. 😇

      Drawing in MISSIONARIES to guide the North Korean people through a SPIRITUAL AWAKENING that parallels their ECONOMIC AWAKENING during their transition to RECIPROCAL CAPITALISM. 🧐

      Advising America’s “other” Trading Partners that RECIPROCAL TRADE 😳 is the way to go in creating TRUST-BASED Relationships… 🤩
      • No Tariffs
      • No Barriers
      • No Subsidies

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  16. LBB says:

    A little story from AP indicating PDJT may be able to leave a little early because of progress. It is accompanied by a little slide show.

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/us-says-nkorea-talks-moving-quickly-trump-to-leave-early/ar-AAys14A?li=BBnb7Kz#image=AAyrCvS|31

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  17. Truthfilter says:

    A treeper commented a few weeks ago that her pro-Trump Facebook page was inundated with South Koreans asking to join. They love our president. She copied and pasted many of their comments and all I could do was cry. I haven’t been grateful or appreciative enough that my loved ones are all here and safe in this amazing country.

    Kim Jong Hun appears to have an interest in being “liked”—or achieving a rockstar status of sorts. He is much more “pro-West” than his predecessors. This presents a rare and historic opportunity that only a President Trump can navigate. HRC could not -or would not-have even arranged this summit in the first place.

    I expect that something great will come out of these talks. There are millions of Christians in South Korea whose prayers for family in NK have seemingly gone unanswered. I know God is faithful, like a shepherd. He heard every word. Given His guiding hand in helping us elect President Trump against all odds, I have no reason to doubt that now is the time He will answer the prayers of South Koreans. I pray in the name of Christ that it will be so.

    Liked by 12 people

    • paulraven1 says:

      Realize this: democrats will do everything possible and some things previously thought impossible to sabotage any deal.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Maquis says:

        Which American Citizens will recognize as Treason and rise up to stop.

        The entire World needs Trump and his Mission. We will not permit Domestic Enemies to thwart this.

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        • Tom says:

          That might be the first time that the right has stood up. As as I can tell we are still sitting passively while mueller runs roughshod over our constitution and president.

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          • piper567 says:

            Tom, I believe the Mueller Investigation is inadvertently responsible for all of us, including the great sundance, knowing how vast our Government corruption actually is.
            It will end when it ends.
            I imagine that Trump will intervene if/when it becomes necessary.
            He as much as said so in a recent tweet.
            No, I am not happy ab it, but mainly I am unhappy bc the Investigation is fraudulent.
            And Mueller knows it.

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  18. ilovevictoriasbows says:

    How soon does NYT and WaPo, et al, on cue start warning Kim that Trump can’t be trusted; anonymous sources leaking that Kim is giving up everything and getting nothing in return; that Trump is rolling him.

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  19. jessetmims says:

    Looks like the food servers took Trump’s America First policy seriously… lol

    Liked by 2 people

    • webgirlpdx says:

      I love this. My late, blessed Dad’s birthday was also on Flag Day so every year my mother made for him his favorite…..a strawberry pie.

      Happy Birthday, Mr. President. We’ll be celebrating you all week!

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  20. Troublemaker10 says:

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  21. Troublemaker10 says:

    I hope Pompeo is wearing his “lucky socks” at the summit tonight.

    😁

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  22. fedback says:

    Rocket Man goes walkabout in downtown Singapore

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  23. ralphie says:

    02:25 p.m. – The entire Nobel committee/collective flies to Singapore, begging VSGPDJT to accept their thoroughly-cheapened (Obama, Dimmy Carter, et al) and irrelevant Peace prize – behind closed doors & far away from the MSM of course.
    02:30 p.m. – Local proctologist called in to remove broken-off trophy from the Norse Nether regions…..

    Kim Jong big-Un vs The Man, The Myth, The Equalizer

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    • leon0112 says:

      Trump is not doing this for a prize. Trump is doing this for peace. If Trump succeeds in this effort, peace will be its own reward.

      Liked by 3 people

      • ralphie says:

        Maybe I should have put /sarc on my post….? DJT is NOTHING like the self-congratulatory & utterly-superficial HollyWeird crowd & their ilk. My dad (Navy) is a proud Korean War vet (and I’m Army 86-94) and, at age 85, he truly hopes for this 65 year old hatchet to be definitively buried on the Korean peninsula. Ideally, I’d like to see this monster’s flagrant human rights abuses at least acknowledged but – of course realistically – that may or may not be for another time further down the road, if at all. I have a thousand-fold faith in our Master Negotiator. The NoRK pattern has always been: rattle the saber every decade or so, get a ridiculous amount of concessions, withdraw back to the Hermit Kingdom. Rinse. Repeat. Little Rocket Man – like Justin Trudeau – will now be dealing with the Alpha Wolf.

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    • fred5678 says:

      That so-called Prize was permanently relegated to the trivia pile when Obama was nominated for it TEN WHOLE DAYS after he was inaugurated. Even if he didn’t sleep for that long, how much could the Choom Gang leader have accomplished??

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    • SR says:

      I wish Nobel peace prize committee announce PTrump as winner and then our VSGPDJT throw this Nobel peace prize into garbage means not accept it.

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      • Maquis says:

        PDJT would instruct them to give it to another, perhaps Rodman.

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        • 🍺Gunny66 says:

          I think that would be a great idea….whatever you think about Rodman….he has been in the thick of this for a long time.

          And he does have style…..his own style….but….he is who he is…..

          And he was a great basketball player…

          He would deserve the Nobel Peace more than O…that is for sure…hands down…..

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          • lokiscout says:

            Just for Shts and Giggles what if Pompao got the prise? Just a bit more bling on his resume in 2024!

            I know he is Army and only served his minimum required service after graduation but Number One in his class at West Point!

            I am starting to really like this guy!

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  24. Bob Thoms says:

    I was hoping for a Presidential Press Conference immediately after the meeting tonight; but we have to wait until sometime Tuesday morning………………………..reading the tea leaves, that tells me to expect some very big positive news. The WH is aiming for maximum tv time by having the presser Tuesday morning?

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  25. DanO64 says:

    Watching history. Pinch me.

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  26. Artemis Gordon says:

    I’m sitting in Pizza Hut in Paris on a business trip. Crying. I can’t believe this is happening. He has saved me kids and grandchildren.

    Thank you, Lord. Thank you, Mr. President.

    Liked by 7 people

    • Gil says:

      I hope you get an opportunity to explain it to some open minded French people. You never know how signidicant a spark it could be.

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  27. Ken Maritch says:

    I assume that is Diet Coke in President Trumps goblet (and not wine.)

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  28. Black Irish Rose says:

    Is that a birthday cake for our POTUS???

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    • fred5678 says:

      Early birthday cake — if it were a real birthday cake, Singapore style (do it up big), they would have needed a bigger table.

      To paraphrase the most recent former FLOTUS, I am, for the first time in my life, absolutely giddy about our country and it’s fearless leader. I have never used that word before, and I now see why it is needed.

      So GIDDY UP, my fellow Tree-dwellers!

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  29. Curt says:

    Make no mistake, Kim Jung Un is a murderer and dictator. China will NOT allow him to risk peace and security in the Pacific region. President Donald J. Trump is as smart as they get. He will not enter into any “deal” that that allows NK an iota of nuclear wiggle room. There will be tradeoffs, that will benefit the North Koreans and, by extension, the world. THERE WLL BE NO PALLETS OF CASH DELIVERED TO APPEASE THE DICTATOR AND ADVANCE HIS DESPOTIC MOTIVES. The biggest losers will be the MSM who is hoping Trump will fail. He will not! The media are mostly alt-leftist dogs who would sacrifice the security of the world and their own country to advance their Socialist agenda.

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  30. leon0112 says:

    As a first step, Kim should ask Trump for a peace treaty ratified by the US Senate. The peace treaty is part of the security agreement between the two countries. While the ratification process is happening, denuclearization can begin.

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    • H.R. says:

      Good point, leon. 👍

      I suspect DPRK has had a team studying ways to best assure that some future President can’t use a pen and a phone to negate the deal, same as on our side of the table.

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    • The Defiant One says:

      It would be HILARIOUS and predictable if the Demoncrats try to rail road any sort of treaty that would end the Korean War!

      For Decades the Demoncrats have been harping about Republican’s being “Warmongers.” When push comes to shove the Demoncrats always go low!

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  31. Atticus says:

    We stand on the knife edge of history.
    It begins tonight.

    Liked by 2 people

  32. Bob Thoms says:

    Congressional Democrats demand of P Trump (NoKo), what they ignored with Obama (Iran)…………

    1. “Sanctions relief by the U.S. and our allies should be dependent on dismantlement and removal of North Korea’s nuclear weapons and ballistic missile programs..”

    2. “complete and verifiable denuclearization of North Korea..”

    3. “robust compliance inspections..”

    4. “end to North Korea’s ballistic missile tests..”

    Where were they when Obama, Kerry, et al were working hard to give Iran everything they wanted; including pallets of cash and access to our banking system?

    https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/congress/democrats-outline-demands-for-north-korea-deal

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  33. Publius2016 says:

    Fake News Media Article gives good timeline options..overall not terrible nytime! However, believe TRUMP TIME AND CONDITIONS WILL BE BY YEAR END AND INCLUDE RETURN OF JAPANESE/SOUTH KOREAN VICTIMS AND BODIES: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/04/18/world/asia/north-korea-south-treaty.html

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  34. So glad to see that #STEPHEN MILLER is with our Very Special President Donald J. Trump.

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    • Landslide says:

      Yes!! Huge fan here👍🏻 He is so young (34?) and has to be amazed at the opportunities and responsibilities he has.

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  35. MaineCoon says:

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  36. L4grasshopper says:

    We’ll soon know what China wants. Kim will do only what Xi is telling him to do. If the world is lucky, China has come to the conclusion that NK with nukes is a risk they no longer want to try to manage. If so, then a real historic deal may be in the offing.

    If not…..then this thing can go nowhere.

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  37. fred5678 says:

    Missing from the schedule above — 6 PM to 8 PM ET, POWER NAP so you can stay up all night and watch and CELEBRATE by taking a drink every time some MSM talking head has to give credit to POTUS.

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  38. Dora says:

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  39. Darrell W says:

    Say a Prayer for President Trump.
    Pray that God gives him the words to make this a successful meeting with the North Korean leader at 8:00pm CST this evening.

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