President Donald Trump and Chairman Kim Jong-un Signing Ceremony – Video and Pictures…

President Donald Trump and North Korea Chairman Kim Jong-un held a joint agreement signing ceremony at the conclusion of their five hour summit in Singapore.


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  1. fleporeblog says:

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    • woohoowee says:


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    • farmhand1927 says:

      Well done, President Trump, SoS Pompeo, all members of the Administration.

      To the rest–the liars, haters and hacks–enjoy your breakfast of crow.

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    • Sayit2016 says:

      FLE Trump haters saying .. oooooooooooooo NOKO has fooled us before-can’t trust him, this can’t be this quick, he is paying Trump etc etc etc .

      My question is Okay…. has NOKO ( that you know of ) ever signed an agreement and committed to completely ” denuclearize” the Korean Peninsula ?

      I think not.

      Oh but there is this……President “lied” it was not May it was the second week in June ; )

      I call it the NO WAY MAY” file ; )

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    • farmhand1927 says:

      President Abe must be fist pumping and cheering hits friend, DJT. Israeli PM Netanyahu has to be cheering. The works its awake, cautiously celebrating, amazed at what has been done. Korean War vets are cheering. This is a huge moment for Mankind.

      (Shhhh, go back to sleep Justin. Something amazing has been happening all night but you need your beauty sleep. Your citizens will also have new peace of mind and a higher level of safety but don’t fret that you were left behind due to your wrong headed ideas. Just drift off to sleep…zzzzzzz… Trump’s got this.)

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    • kea says:

      Yeah this calls for a drink and a dance MAGA (I soooo need sleep!!) LOL

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    • I would love to rub that signed doc on chris Wallace’s face !

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    • One thing is certain. The Trump-Kim Summit was never going to happen so long as Rex Tillerson continued as Secretary of State and General H.R. McMaster remained as National Security Advisor. Thank God President Trump found in Mike Pompeo a man he could trust to help us realize the promise of this day.

      “Tillerson Wants To Start Talks With North Korea With No Conditions”
      — Michelle Kelemen “NPR” (12/12/17)

      “Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Tuesday the U.S. would be willing to enter negotiations with North Korea without requiring that it agree beforehand to give up its nuclear weapons program. The willingness to engage in talks without that understanding is a significant change in the U.S. approach.

      “‘It’s not realistic to say we are only going to talk if you come to the table ready to give up your program'” Tillerson said in an address to the Atlantic Council, a Washington-based think tank. ‘They have too much invested in it, and [President Trump] is very realistic about that as well.'”

      “The World According to H.R. McMaster
      Why is he so worried about North Korea?”
      — Uri Friedman “The Atlantic” (01/09/18)

      “Why is H.R. McMaster so alarmed by North Korea? Why does Donald Trump’s national-security adviser insist—more vigorously than any administration official except the president himself—that Kim Jong Un must be denied the capability to place a nuclear warhead on a missile that can reach the United States, even if this requires initiating a military conflict with the North that could devolve into a cataclysmic war?

      “What’s most striking about McMaster’s position on North Korea is that he has repeatedly dangled the possibility of preventive military action against the North despite his acute awareness of how unpredictable and potentially all-consuming such a conflict could be. Even if the United States initially carries out a limited “bloody nose” strike—designed not to eliminate the North Korean nuclear program, but to signal that the United States is serious about rolling back the program—the mission might spiral into an all-out war against the Kim regime that experts estimate could involve weapons of mass destruction and leave thousands, even millions, dead.

      “McMaster has argued in the past that no matter how much precise, high-tech weaponry and remote naval and air power a country has, there are certain conflicts where low-cost, lightning-fast victories are an illusion and where there is no substitute for land forces. “Hard fighting in complex terrain will be needed to prevail” in a conflict on the Korean peninsula, he wrote in a 2005 article for Joint Force Quarterly.”

      “What if H.R. McMaster Is Right About North Korea?
      The national-security adviser is one of the biggest hawks in the Trump administration.”
      — James Jeffrey “The Atlantic” (01/18/18)

      (National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster … would justify far more risky Cold War-style military preparations, including redeployment of battlefield nukes in or near Korea, and encouraging the development of Japanese and South Korean long-range conventional strike capabilities or, in extremis, their own nuclear capabilities. The aim would be to affect both North Korean and Chinese calculations and introduce automaticity—an almost unstoppable escalation toward a nuclear exchange once any conflict begins—and thus credibility to deterrence.

      “Furthermore, such risky military preparations would allow Washington to balance them, without appearing to appease Pyongyang, with more realistic, compromise political goals that give North Korea (and China) diplomatic “outs.” These could include a “temporary” diplomatic solution that stops North Korean development of systems that can strike the U.S., but accepts in practice some nuclear capability, rather than the unrealistic maximalist U.S. position of no nuclear weapons. If McMaster can spark such a discussion, the shiver down our spines is worth it.”


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  2. A2 says:

    News coming in on the way forward, ‘progress of the talks and to keep the momentum going’.

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  3. WeWalkAmongstYou says:

    Ahead of schedule, and below budget.

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  4. Dutchman says:

    And theres that gesture, the hand on the arm, according to previous poster, koreans only do with close friends.

    Kim did to DJT, at beginning, now DJT returns gesture.
    When will we know details of document signed?

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    • Cetera says:

      1. The United States and the DPRK [Democratic People’s Republic of Korea] commit to establish new US-DPRK relations in accordance with the desire of the peoples of the two countries for peace and prosperity.

      2. The United States and the DPRK will join their efforts to build a lasting and stable peace regime on the Korean Peninsula.

      3. Reaffirming the April 27, 2018 Panmunjom Declaration, the DPRK commits to work towards the complete denuclearisation of the Korean peninsula.

      4. The United States and the DPRK commit to recovering POW/MIA remains including the immediate repatriation of those already identified.

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  5. fleporeblog says:

    Zoom in to read the agreement:

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  6. citizen817 says:

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  7. Wait. What? You mean we’re not going to war with NK? Well that just burst dome bubbles.

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  8. Skinner says:

    Blue Wave…😂😂😂😂😂

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  9. A2 says:

    Didn’t take long, the economists, investors are all poised to rush in if sanctions are lifted. SK companies have set up research groups and it seems they are focussing mostly on extraction of mineral wealth using low-cost NK labor.

    The Global Times (China CCP mouthpiece) has an op-ed touting that China is primus inter pares on investing in NK not Washington. Well they have been evading sanctions according to watchers at Dandong/NK border as trade is ramping up again. Chinese investors are buying land for the coming boom as are SK folks looking at property near the DMZ.

    Some things never change.

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    • prenanny says:

      The economics will be fascinating to watch.
      Here is hoping Kim3 is ready to stand up for NOKO citizens allowing them create their own wealth. A package of NOKO First laws will keep the jackals away.

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  10. Troublemaker10 says:

    2. “The United States and the DPRK will join their efforts to build a lasting and stable peace regime on the Korean Peninsula.

    3. Reaffirming the April 27, 2018 Panmunjom Declaration, the DPRK commits to work towards the complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.

    4. The United States and the DPRK commit to recovering POW/MIA remains including the immediate repatriation of those already identified.

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  11. sundance says:

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  12. Publius2016 says:

    This is in honor of Otto!!! It’s about Peace you fool!!! Maybe the countries reunite!

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  13. fleporeblog says:

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  14. Dutchman says:

    Oh, oh, “work towards de-nuclearisation” ,..its a trap, norks have done this before!

    “Dumb Trump got ‘played’ by Kim, WHAT did ‘Trump’ give Kim, in exchange for ’empty’ promise to work towards de-nuke?”

    “He was so eager for a deal, any deal, that he git suckered!”

    Yeah, cause his names Obama, and he was born in Kenya, you stupid libertard.

    Mans signed thousands of deals, you don’t think he hasn’t had people try to play him, before? STFU, sit down, and watch how its done!

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    • A2 says:

      You are right in the sense that what the US means i.e., CVID is different than what NK means by DNOKP. That will, and must be clarified in further talks.

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      • Eilert says:

        A2 you have just watch a movie.
        The real meeting between President Trump and Kim happened 7 month ago, in November last year.

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        • A2 says:

          OK Eilert, how do you make that statement as true? How do you know? Please enlighten us to your insider information. I’m tired of these kinds of all knowing statements from anonymous bloggers here. Proof Eilert. Have you read the statement that the two signed? If so what you are contending is that the President caved to NK. Think about that.

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      • Wind Hawk says:

        A2, one of the rare times I diverge from your expertice and vantage: KJU has a choice between door #1 and door #2. Door #1 is God status, albeit very short term, with a sudden ending via possible disembowelment (sp?), or MNKG with VSGDJT as a mentor, telling KJU which properties to hang on too for future resorts.

        Not to make too light of a life and death situation, my chip is on Chairman Il to select Door #2: Glorified Leader who reunified NK with SK, got a casino named after him, and lived long enough to tell the tale.

        GOD, Please, Bless our VSG DJT!


        • A2 says:

          Firstly, I support the President and his team. Secondly, I have no idea who you are referencing by “IL”. The rest of your statement if I understand it (pretty garbled) is at best speculation, at worst fantasy.

          That is all.


    • wheatietoo says:

      What we didn’t see, going on behind the scenes with Sec Pompeo…was the hammer & tongs ‘negotiations’.

      I can picture Pompeo asking his Noko counterparts…”Show us on the map, where your thermo-nuclear weapons are, please.”

      And when they showed him a partial list and their locations, Pompeo motioned for one of his guys to come over with another screen:
      “No, I believe this is the complete list and location of them.”

      I’m thinking that our guys know where every nuke is, how many and the megatonnage of each one.
      They also know what it will take to remove and destroy them.
      I would expect that this is what is behind the agreement that was signed.

      The idiots in the enemedia cannot possibly imagine what went on behind closed doors…today, and in the weeks leading up to this.

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      • WSB says:

        wheatie, that was all there needed to be on that side. You are so correct!!!

        On the other side, PT has advised Kim Jung-Un how to be the most revered leader in history and how to build his nation to be the best it can be. Dennis found someone to listen to him…finally.

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    • konradwp1 says:

      There are two key words in the signed agreement Trump held up for the high resolution cameras.

      One was “de-nuclearisation”.

      The other was “Prosperity”. (No, not just the end of sanctions. “Prosperity”).

      Was China offering North Korea “Prosperity”?

      I’m increasingly convinced President Trump just stole a nation of 25 million consumers, none of whom own a smart phone, flat screen TV, refrigerator, washing machine or car, from Chinese control.

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      • WSB says:

        Yup. The Chinese still don’t get it.

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        • A2 says:

          I have to disagree. The Chinese ‘do get it”. Not happy that is so, but it is so.They are positioning themselves for massive loans, bribes and investments in NK and will continue to erode compliance to the UN sanctions they signed on to. Getting them lifted and the US military out of SK is their goal as seen if you read between the lines of the Panmunjom Declaration.

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          • konradwp1 says:

            You have misread. Probably because you don’t follow space technology news.

            In 2016, the lower stages of an NK missile capable of putting a payload into orbit were retrieved from 2 km deep in the sea of Japan. The self destruct explosives had not properly worked. Two important things were found. 1. Chinese avionics. 2. Airframe design that was not Chinese.

            NK has been bucking Chinese rule for some time. Per China’s decree, NK was only meant to have medium range ballistic missiles (not ICBMs) and atomic, not thermonuclear warheads.

            NK has been tugging on China’s chain, because China has been keeping them in poverty. The war of words between China and NK went hot in May 2017. President Trump is just exploiting this division. Does NK get more from China for remaining their “little bulldog on a chain”, or does NK get more from shaking hands with SK, Japan and the US? I think Kim has worked out the answer (and it’s not China).

            Is Kim tired of being a puppet? I think so. Who’s Kim going to trust? Well…. it ain’t going to be the clowns who supplied him spiked lithium when he attempted to go thermonuclear is it? Castle Bravo 2.0. Was that China’s fault? All indicators say “yes”. So China flies Kim to a Chinese resort town to show him the wealth of China. They give him a Chinese owned (US built) Boeing 747 to the Singapore summit. Little problem, President trump is offering way more. (Also, he didn’t spike their lithium and kill a lot of their people).

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            • A2 says:

              I do read it. My comment was on the economics and positioning.
              You need to specify which HS you are referencing. Re-entry was always a problem as per failed on launch. You also do not reference Russian tech in those designs. The missiles have been modeled including the improvements. Janes has some great graphics. Lots of modeling available, including a ‘mystery’ missile that NK has developed.


          • Beenthere says:

            Have to agree with you about the Chinese.


          • WSB says:

            True, but I am sure PT is on their tails.


    • Cisco says:

      From a comment elsewhere.
      President Trump has been negotiating deals for at least 30’years.
      This is Kim’s first with a man of Trumps business experience.
      As A2 wrote, sit back and see how a working President gets ‘er done.

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  15. Troublemaker10 says:

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  16. I have goose bumps hearing about remains of lost soldiers being identified and brought back home. 🤗

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  17. fleporeblog says:

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  18. Dutchman says:

    Thats called winning,
    Thats called ‘git her done’

    Thats how we do that!

    You establish your ‘legacy’ by NOT thinking, for one minute, about your legacy.

    But by thinking, and working, every minute of every day, about the American people, and whats BEST for them.

    THATS how you get on Rushmore, as opposed to “O-who?”

    “You remember, the guy just before,..”Trump”.

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  19. Cisco says:

    In case anyone is still awake.
    4:00 am EDT, President Trump participates in a media availability.

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  20. cthulhu says:

    VSGPOTUSDJT is 71 years old. He is currently running the legs off the news cycle and is apparently enjoying himself immensely. He comports himself as if his energy is stifled by the bullsh*t media and bullsh*t Mueller fiasco — but is moving faster and faster still all the while.

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    • wendy forward says:

      Are you watching this with Yog-Sothoth and Azathoth?

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    • nimrodman says:

      “VSGPOTUSDJT is 71 years old. He is currently running the legs off the news cycle”

      When he settles back in to routine at home, he should start calling regular surprise Saturday morning announcements / press conferences and keep yanking those “reporters” out of bed bright and early on their weekends.

      They’ve already done some public complaining that they can’t keep up.

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  21. Dutchman says:

    Thanks, its only midnight here, still up,..and awake, too!

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  22. theresanne says:

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  23. rumpole2 says:

    Trump-Kim signing…
    Ahead of time and under budget.

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  24. WSB says:

    OMG!!!!! I am so excited! A special day for the world, for Treepers and me, a bit!!!!

    Liked by 5 people

    • WSB says:

      And so much more importantly, all please say a prayer for all of our loved ones who lost their lives in the Korean War.

      Again, President Trump knows that not one drop of blood should be lost when we can understand a country that needs help.

      Rather than threatening dictators, find out what their problems are, hold then to the fire and offer help for their situation. It just might be the best thing to do.

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  25. Troublemaker10 says:

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  26. sundance says:

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  27. CMDCMRET says:

    What a joyous day!

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  28. Harry Lime says:

    The left and globalist crooks have to be absolutely devastated. And that’s kind of sad. Fore them.


  29. Troublemaker10 says:

    Stocks, dollar rise as Trump, Kim sign ‘comprehensive’ document at landmark summit

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  30. Wind Hawk says:

    General Sundance shares this characteristic with VSGPOTUS45DJT:
    They both share with us. They understand us, because they are us.

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  31. Cisco says:

    And the media! 😂😊😂
    Which reminds me.

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  32. A2 says:

    Sorry folks. I haven’t read the actual document, just the points listed above, but it looks exactly like, or very close to the 1993 agreement negotiated by Kim’s dad, Kim Jong-il in 1993. And that broke down, and his son developed the nukes and missiles before this go round.

    “A joint statement of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea and the United States of America was adopted in New York on June 11, 1993. In the joint statement,
    The DPRK and the U.S. agreed to principle of:
    1)Assurance against the threat and the use of force, including nuclear weapons
    2)Peace and Security in a nuclear-free Korean Peninsula, including impartial application of full-scope safeguards, mutual respect for each other’s sovereignty, and non-interference in each other’s internal affairs
    3)Support for the peaceful reunification of Korea”

    Hopefully, the President and his team will swiftly move to get some beef in that hamburger.

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    • kea says:

      With Trump in charge you know its going to work.

      Look how this one is worded. Clear and to the point. No wiggle room unlike that one. This one really gets to the heart of that matter.

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      • A2 says:

        Lots of wiggle room as I see it, but to clarify only on the NK side. Kim3, will not have a hard time selling this back home because it sounds very much like what his father negotiated back in 1993 and it has the Kim-cult precedent. After all, Kim’s every move so far has been to follow his father ‘s (and grandfather’s) playbook. The bling, stature and legitimacy bestowed by the Summit will play well back home.

        For the US, this is the first step. The hard negotiations will follow on Trump time. That for me is the difference. It will need Resolve, like the desk that the President works at in the Oval Office. That is our advantage.

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        • kea says:

          I do think a lot of things have been worked out before this summit.

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        • Blade says:

          I’m not sure grandbaby Kim has to sell it to anyone back home. This seems like one case where the cult of personality works to his and our advantage. He is a deity ( or a descendant of one ) and he will decide what his flock will believe. Sure, there is that 6 or 9 million military class, but they are mere human beings who serve this deity. Ironically, once they achieved a measure of nuke ability they crossed a rubicon they might not have ever anticipated, and it is this: now if they decide to knock off grandbaby Kim and install a military junta or dictatorship, allied forces are guaranteed to stream into North Korea to lock down the alleged nukes simply because they advertised them so loudly. They set their own destiny the day they went down this path. No junta with nukes will be allowed. To overthrow Kim is to sow their own disaster.

          First the western propaganda painting Kim as a nutjob was disproven because he has now made perfectly sane judgments in the face of overwhelming sanctions *and* the new variable of an unpredictable western leader ( Trump ) neither which they have ever encountered. Once this myth fell we can start using simpler logic to figure out the path forward. So Kim sincerely faced a crossroads once he figure out that neither Russia ( long gone from their reliable benefactor ) nor China could afford to completely carry the cost of feeding 30 million people each and every day forever in perpetuity. Also, Kim has recently learned something very few people actually understand, the running cost of maintaining a stockpile of usable nukes which is substantial even in a modern civilized nation. Doing this while keeping it completely safe and secret adds enormously to the cost, while simultaneously invites round-the-clock spying from every bird we have in their sky looking for them. This is not an enviable life for Kim to wake up to each day, unless he is a nutjob which was propaganda ( no doubt to explain away western failures from our previous stupid and gullible leaders ).

          What I think happened here is Kim made sane decisions about surviving and thriving rather than continuing the quest to merely survive. He can “cash out” bigly just this once. Sell us the plutonium they bred in reactors, any U235 they spun, all the related equipment and missiles and warheads for big bucks ( and this is money well spent on our part ). Then the gullible patsies of the other western nations will line up to pour in more cash and materials and food to save his people while grand-deity Kim reaps the praise ( we’ve seen this already, watch the NatGeo western eye doctor visits that gave poor Nokos eyesight and they immediately thanked the Kims who’s picture hung on their every wall and who they had never seen until that very day ). Meanwhile Kim becomes the toast of the town, red carpets to any capitol he accepts an offer to visit. We’ll even guarantee his national security. No offer could ever be so sweet. It is truly a no-brainer for the little dude.

          And China? As long as 30 million people stay on their side of the border why would they care? As the west moves in and modernizes North Korea, new business opportunities open for China to exploit both the Nokos and the westerners in country. There is no downside for China, just endless upside for a country that plans 20 years ahead as they do. In fact, China probably gets a favor from Trump for doing us this solid of not interfering ( too much ) with the maximum sanctions that got us here. Frankly I would be surprised if the thing does not work out perfectly.


    • Cisco says:

      But unlike Clinton, Trump hasn’t and won’t give Kim a few billion dollars and another nuclear reactor, or pallets of $$$ like Obama did for his failed Iran deal.

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    • WeWalkAmongstYou says:

      A2 will stay vigilant. A2 has never failed us. Trust, but verify. And if they cheat, glass em!!!


    • Grandma Covfefe says:

      President Trump and Sec Pompeo has this. They know what went wrong in 1993. They both understand this valuable lesson…learning from the past and will make sure it doesn’t happen again. President Trump and sec Pompeo got this.

      Thank you, Lord, for all the blessings we have received today, the day of the Trump-Kim Summit.

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    • The Defiant One says:

      A2 I can understand your hesitance, because of the North Korean history with Clinton and Zero. But we’ve seen recently in just the last 500 days that history can turn on a dime.

      If you asked me 20 years ago when Rodman and VanDam made a action movie if he’d ever be involved with a peace between the US and North Korea I wouldn’t think it possible. Yet here we are. What has made these 500 days of President Trump incredible is that it was seen as IMPOSSIBLE. The betters in the Republican party believed that “No Republican” can win on a platform about strengthening America, yet it’s happening.

      History is made by those bold enough to grasp it and turn it into reality. Today was that moment where we began the end a new chapter that will hopefully lead to the official end to the Korean War.

      For other Administrations, such as that under Zero, these words on that paper would be just as you fear… words to be discarded and ignored. But our President has shown in 500 days that you honor your deals or you face the consequences. Look at what happened to Justin in Canada for trying to pull one off on President Trump.

      The lesson of all of these 500 days is be brave, be bold and if you have to get in a fight… fight to win.

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      • A2 says:

        Well you lost me at Clinton, Zero and Rodman. Conditions have changed, you are right. And, it has to do with the US electorate prevailing at the elections to vote in President Trump.

        This is a process, but on changed conditions.. A round where the US is facing the nuclearization and missile delivery systems by Kim 3. As Gen Mattis has said, the military planning and buildup is in place. But this is now in the diplomatic phase. Let them do their work. As I see it. President Trump does not let the grass grow under his feet, therefore the WH word ‘momentum’. One foot in front of the other. No lifting of sanctions,
        give Kim3 room to go home and have his moment. Then haul him back for a friendly reality check.

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        • David A says:

          A2, IMV Trump deals so well BECAUSE he deals from truth, truth he CLEARLY conveys of consequences good and bad…
          China make this work and we will not take down your economy
          and in NO CASE will we allow NK to have nukes, deliverable or not,
          and here is a carrot, you also can participate in the NK economic growth and prosperity. Same message delivered to N.K. ; economic prosperity and entrance to the global community or assured destruction of your nukes regardless, and even worse economic failure.

          All the above reinforced by Trump’s success and praise from SK. from Egypt, from S.A. and his actions so far.

          I reasonably suggest that all will be verified and Trump will not hesitate to end the agreement if NK fails to follow it. All the carrots Trump offered are dependent on N.K. actually following through, and will NOT be delivered without verified success.


    • MakeAmericaGreat says:

      This is Round 1.

      We’re just getting started, I’m sure, regardless of what the documents say.

      Gotta start somewhere.

      Trump’s been around the block plenty of times. He knows the score.


      • MakeAmericaGreat says:

        Also on the subject of this process just starting, I won’t be surprised if one of our “allies” does some satellite reconnaissance before the midterms just to try to point out that North Korea isn’t adhering to the agreement so the media can proclaim Trump got scammed.


    • Texican says:

      Two reasons for optimism this time around: Mike Pompeo and John Bolton. They’re nobody’s fools and well aware of the history.

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  33. Patriot1783 says:

    Looks like a peace (white) wreath on the table between them.

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  34. Matt Jansen says:

    Incredible… I couldn’t be more proud of our great president. He will never steer us wrong and he will never let us down.
    This is one even I didn’t see coming. I’m sure everybody feels the same way. Wow, just wow!


  35. bkrg2 says:

    Thank you Mr President
    And Chairman Kim

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  36. bkrg2 says:

    Who was the idiot in the press that asked about Otto W?
    Take away his credentials. F’n moron crapping all over this historic moment

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  37. Patriot1783 says:

    Kim still has his eyebrows! 🤣🤣🤣

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  38. CMDCMRET says:

    Sign this or else I can’t be responsible for what happens to your eyebrows! 😂🤣😂. I believe Kim is showing an extraordinary amount of courage!

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  39. Troublemaker10 says:

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  40. Patriot1783 says:

    Geez, now I’m hearing after Kim Yong Un “is Putin next?”

    Soon there won’t be any liberals with heads left 😂

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  41. Nattydreadbushdoc says:

    I’m the only American working for a French Company staffed mostly by Australians. They laughed when I told them I voted for Trump. They aren’t laughing anymore. MAGA

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  42. bkrg2 says:

    Next up.., Iran

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  43. Troublemaker10 says:

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  44. maiingankwe says:

    Yes! Yes! Yes! Yes!

    I am ever so proud of our President Trump, Pompeo, and all who worked so tirelessly to get all of this done. Yes, ever so proud of them all. Thank you!

    My Father was a Korean Veteran, he would’ve saluted our President Trump, of that I have no doubt. He would’ve also have worn one of his favorite ball caps that had our American flag with an Eagle saying, “Don’t ruffle my feathers.” I used to love that hat too.

    I am in such a great mood over this and I’ve been under the weather for days. It’s amazing what this can do to bring ones spirits up and hopefully it will do the same to my health. I have a good feeling it will. My goodness, today is not only historic, but it is touching so many of us deeply in the right here and now.

    It was more than five hundred days ago when many of us Treepers all talked about how our President Trump would change history and how we would be living in historic times, but to really be living it day in and out is surreal to say the least.

    These are the moments we need to tell our children and grandchildren and explain the importance of all of these happenings. Let them be aware of what is going on not only here, but the whole world. President Trump is not only Making America Great Again, he’s making the whole world a better place. And their children and grandchildren will be reading about this in their history books. Amazing, simply amazing and so awesome.
    Be well, and stay smiling,

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  45. fred5678 says:

    ABC’s Karl: Kim got everything, Trump got nothing.

    I wonder what Karl’s opinion of Obama’s Iran deal was??


  46. History teaches says:

    With every success by this President, it erases more and more of the legacy of his predecessor. It’s like painting over a dull gray billboard with shimmering, bright red, white and blue!

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  47. Pam says:

    This is pretty amazing. Who would have thought this monumental achievement was going to become a reality. It’s obvious the MSM talking heads don’t get what just happened here. This is a great day for Korea and the U.S.

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  48. Atticus "The Deplorable" says:

    NBC commentator saying that this is, basically an “unenforceable, vague document”.
    Sad !

    Liked by 1 person

  49. Troublemaker10 says:

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