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. I been up all night, He DID IT! He done it!
    GOD BLESS OUR PRESIDENT!…

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  2. Wind Hawk says:

    As much as I want to celebrate, A2 puts up too much of a warning not to heed.
    I am moving my chips over to A2 for the short, and keeping the suspicious eye.
    I trust our Treeper experts. Unfortunately, A2 is in a position to know.

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    • Wind Hawk says:

      Talk about a buzz kill. And raining on the parade. But, if you are that seriously concerned, we probably should be.

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    • Bob Thoms says:

      A2 observations are insightful, but nothing that our DoD and DoS wouldn’t be aware of.
      The difference this time around is PT has linked China to the outcome.

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    • maga2004 says:

      What is A2????

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    • trapper says:

      Nothing wrong with healthy skepticism. It keeps you alive. But this is not 1993. One difference now is that, Kim can look into PDJT’s eyes and see that when Trump says he’ll push the button and vaporize you he isn’t bluffing. Then you look at Pompeo and Bolton standing behind him and realize that Trump is the nice one. Makes a difference.

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      • Amy2 says:

        I have always liked John Bolton.

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        • James says:

          Amy, I too have always liked John Bolton, but it is important to remember that Bolton almost killed the negotiations between Donald Trump and Kim. Donald Trump and Pompeo were livid after Bolton’s comments about Libya model. I wouldn’t have wanted to be in John Bolton’s shoes when PDJT talked to him. Oh boy. But Bolton was in Singapore so that would seem to be a good sign and that he is onboard the Trump train of foreign policy.

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          • john edward lorenz says:

            People forget that the Libya model worked for 8 years prior to the Hillary/Oliar intervention. Oliar called it his worse mistake and Hillary was attacked for he handling of it.

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          • Amy2 says:

            Yeah, I cringed when he said that. I think it was a mistake he will not repeat! Good for Trump keeping him on. Good guys make mistakes too.

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          • Benson II says:

            They weren’t the only ones livid. I wrote at the time. Bolton had better remember he isn’t at the U.N. anymore. You (Bolton) do not say what the outcome will be or how it will be handled before the negotiations begins. Trump and Pompeo were the only two people with the authority to say what was expected before hand. My bet is Trump would have liked to fire him on the spot which would have only added fuel to the fire. Instead a couple of days later he made a statement saying it could be handled that way backing Bolton up. That was for show I assure you. Great move a little later by Kim firing the hardliners so they could’t scuttle things again.
            I think Guiliani must have gone off his meds to. His statement about Kim crawling back on his knees begging for summit, was really beyond the pale.

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      • MacKenzie says:

        And, somewhere — back in the States — behind Pompeo and Bolton is Mattis.

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      • Dr. D says:

        Ha ha. I like the way you put that.

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    • Dimbulbz says:

      This Just in… John Kerry (Who served in Vietnam) is flying to Pyongyang, to apologize for the real American people and instruct Kim on how to deal with Donald Trump in future negotiations. /sarc…

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  3. Abster says:

    What a great day with true history being made. President Trump, Secretary Pompeo are the best ever. I can’t believe President Trumps abilities and accomplishments. The best ever. Hope to
    see less opposition.

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    • mopar2016 says:

      We’ll see more opposition from the democommie politicians.
      It hurts them when their constituents form opinions of their own.
      They’re desperate right now and it’s only getting worse for them.

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  4. Awesom!

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  5. Next thing Kim will dye his hair blonde and start wearing a MAGA hat.
    God bless President Trump!

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    • huecowacko says:

      Plus a few very visible piercings with ornamentation, he and Rodman will be walking around like Mutt and Jeff.

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    • talker2u says:

      What’s a little bit scary is that this guy is a dictator, a despot, the head of a nation . . .

      . . . and THIS is the kind of haircut he gets with the world watching?!

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  6. Glad POTUS did that!

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    • Media can’t complain about this human rights issue! They were discussed!

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      • Bendix says:

        MSM is pretending they don’t understand how diplomacy works. If NK had been clobbered over the head with every human rights issue up front, the end result would have been NO progress in human rights, as there would have been no deal, and those hostages Kim released as a good will gesture would still be in prison, or worse.
        Donald Trump promised us he knew how to use finesse, and President Trump has delivered.

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        • LEET says:

          Bendix: Not to mention, we didn’t hear any such concerns from the progs/MSM with regard to Iran’s human rights abuses with the Iran deal. They are so disingenuous.

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          • eagle931 says:

            Or Cuba’s human rights violations when Obama met with Raul Castro’s dictatorship. In fact, Obama refused to meet with the “Ladies in White”, a women’s dissent movement whose husbands languish in jail as political prisoners. The hypocrisy of the.media has reached a critical point where the next step may be a backlash that could lead to physical confrontation.

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      • rudy1876 says:

        Kerry said during his Iran capitulation, I mean negotiation, the subject of the hostages held in Iran never came up. I believe him.

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        • AmericaFirst says:

          They certainly never asked for Levinson back, and for $150 Billion in cash on pallets on the tarmac in the middle of the night you’d think that his return would have been a no-brainer. ESPECIALLY as a government employee wit known significant health issues.

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          • I would venture to gamble a statement that in the darkest corners of every country in this world….there can be found a ‘human rights’ problem . Some huge, some minor, some exaggerated, and many manufactured for political positioning.

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    • USMCLt says:

      Democrats would be wise to just shut their pie holes for awhile. Every time they mock Trump for doing the right thing, they just look smaller and smaller. Indeed, they show themselves to be the moral midgets that they are.

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      • Darklich1234 says:

        They are interlopers in our country of freedoms. They are an occupying force. We can never let our guard down ever again.

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        • Benson II says:

          Agree, but we need to remember they were born, bred and indoctrinated in this country, to hate it, degrade it and change it into something else. That’s why one of the most important things we need to recover is our education system, because in reality they now own it, and our children, just like they were owned.

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      • louche9 says:

        👍💯

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      • Dimbulbz says:

        Did I wake up in bizarro world? The Dems are working against this? Since when does the “opposition” party have to wade into international waters to fling poo at those who are governing? – Well, I might add. Good grief! When OBL was shot in the face (I bet that really hurt for just an instant), We all celebrated with President Obama.

        What’s with these people? Its like they all think like Venezuela. VOTE THESE DERANGED LUNATICS OUT OF OFFICE! That’s it. The Democrat party has become Venezuela or Cuba. Do we really need more anti-Americans in office? I will crawl over broken glass, and spend all my my available means to defeat these people politically. They have no business in the grown up world of governance.

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    • Bendix says:

      Maybe Chuckie was recommending some Pakistani IT guys who would be just the people to handle communications with NK.

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    • Zippy says:

      LOL! Scotch tape ages and becomes brittle at which point Schumer’s letters will return to the torn up state which they deserve. Even a scan of them will retain their reassembled appearance. From that link:

      President Trump’s habit of ripping papers after reading them led to the demise of a letter sent by Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, according to a report.

      “I had a letter from Schumer — he tore it up,” Soloman Lartey, who formerly was tasked with records management for the White House, told Politico. “It was the craziest thing ever. He ripped papers into tiny pieces.”

      Which letter from the New York Democrat was torn up was not identified.

      The Politico report delved into how Lartey and his colleagues would use Scotch tape to piece back together papers torn up by Trump to fulfill legal requirements to preserve White House records as stipulated by the Presidential Records Act.

      “We got Scotch tape, the clear kind,” Lartey noted. “You found pieces and taped them back together and then you gave it back to the supervisor.”

      All papers that were mended were then sent to the National Archives for filing.

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  7. The whole document!

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  8. Pat Frederick says:

    Just woke up and turned on the news to get the weather and heard the last few seconds of the President’s press conference and then the NBC commentary.
    According to them, Japan and South Korea will be furious about the document because the US will no longer be conducting military drills there and they will feel defenseless…And the US has been played before by North Korea…and on and on (or so I imagined because i shut it off at that point.)
    then I come on here and it’s NOT at all what they’re reporting!!
    This is wonderful news–a new beginning–there is hope!!!

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    • Cheesehead54016 says:

      I dont undestand why folks would turn on NBC, ABC, CBS, CNN. I just dont. Complete waste of time and in fact counter-productive. I forgive U.

      Liked by 10 people

      • Oldschool says:

        Millions not only turn them on, they believe them, spread the propaganda and vote.

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      • USMCLt says:

        We all need to cut the cable and the satellite TV. This massive television cabal needs to be bankrupted and removed from the airwaves. And we should stop calling them the MSM. There is nothing mainstream about them. The constant stream of anti-American, Communist propaganda coming through our TV sets at home and in public needs to be terminated once and for all.

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        • Greg C says:

          I kinda prefer to use the term “The Deep State Run Media”.

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          • Dimbulbz says:

            More like Foreign owned media. They are Globalist propagandists. Owned and financed by non-American sources. Once you understand that, it all makes sense. Once Fox is bought by Iran, it will likewise, change to oppose Mr Trump and all of us.

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        • Beenthere says:

          It really is easy to cut the cable. Just keep your wifi.

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          • Risa says:

            While I completely understand the wisdom behind the advice to “cut the cable”, cable does not come anywhere close to our farm. And if you live in an technologically under-served rural area, it is impossible to buy at a reasonable cost enough satellite wifi to replace satellite television. We cannot stream television and we limit our streaming of online video as it consumes our wifi too quickly.

            Without any form of television viewing, our isolation would be complete.

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        • MattyIce says:

          I just refer to NBC, ABC, and the like as “Propaganda TV”

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      • Pat Frederick says:

        Hubby likes the morning weather report but this morning the local news was interrupted by the breaking news from NBC…
        we don’t have cable or satellite TV…we have an antenna that picks up only 5 channels…lol…we paid $20 for it at walmart…never pay a monthly bill…

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      • mcclainra says:

        For the past few years, our tv has been thru our internet, using roku or apple tv. We live ‘out in the country’, small town, and has been wonderful to pick and choose our tv source(s). I can watch the news I choose on my computer online. I have begun to group FOX with the ‘DSM’ 80% of the time, and won’t end as long as the Murdoch boys are still in charge. Cut the cord, and feel a huge relief, including saving quite a lot of $$.

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      • rudy1876 says:

        The same people that said the negotiation meeting was off and there wasn’t enough time to reschedule? Liars, losers, traitors.

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      • Zippy says:

        “I dont undestand why folks would turn on NBC, ABC, CBS, CNN.”
        To reinforce their globalist propaganda inspired leftist world views. Anything else would cause cognitive dissonance.

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      • mopar2016 says:

        Especially NBC. (Never Been Correct)

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    • that’s NOT what was said..

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    • Max Tadpol says:

      Yep I shut off NBC last night and switched to Fox after the signing broadcast. Nothing but negativity. TDS is alive and well.

      It’s true what they say, he lives rent free in their heads.

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  9. Bob Thoms says:

    Is this enough to put China back in the driver seat on trade with the US?

    Nope. And that is how this is different from all prior agreements with NoKo.

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    • Katherine McCoun says:

      How China goes forward without NK to use ax a proxy threat is something I look forward to watching. If they want to threaten the U.S. They will have yo do it themselves!

      But it is only with China’s approval that this is happening with this issue cleared we out to see trade deals with China improving through a now more open door, right?

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      • Bob Thoms says:

        Fingers crossed, yes?

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      • Oldschool says:

        China will have some clout and be given rewards for their role in this. We really need to take a breath and realize POTUS is not omnipotent. I love him and trust him to do his very best for us, but he is not the only one in the world with carots, power, threats or leverage. It is in the dealing. No one gets everything.

        Our larger issue, imo is congress blocking Trump’s deals, like ZTE. Those actions can destroy his presidency. No one will trust him to make deals. Congress had no problem with the Iran deal, but ZTE, G7 tarriffs they are inserting themselves. If we had a real AG, he would be reminding the other two branches, loud, clear and often, of the constitutional powers of the president.

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      • mopar2016 says:

        China is glad that president Trump took the heat off of ZTE.
        Without American parts ZTE would have to lay off 800,000 chinese workers.
        And India would love to take some of that US action away from China.

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  10. Lemmy says:

    but but but but sniff sniff sniff Trump’s going to start a nuclear war with his Tweets.

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  11. Bob Thoms says:

    Watching Sky News…their media narrative.
    1). Trump has put Kim on the world stage without getting much in return.
    2). Agreement lacks specifics going forward.
    3). Agreement is historic but at what cost?
    4). Has Trump given up too much?

    Don’t shoot the messenger.

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    • Padric says:

      ROFL, gotta love the media when cognitive dissonance sets in…
      “1). Trump has put Kim on the world stage without getting much in return.”
      Maybe they need to go back and check their footage archives. I’m pretty sure they all ran around like chickens with their heads cut off every time NK tested a nuke, which pretty much says Kim was already on the world stage.

      “2). Agreement lacks specifics going forward.”
      Yeah, because everybody knows statements for the press always disclose the details of ongoing negotiations.

      “3). Agreement is historic but at what cost?”
      This and the next one were the two that made me burst out laughing. If it doesn’t have specifics, how the heck is it historic? What, because president Trump and Chairman Kim signed a piece of paper while in the same room? Is that what they’ll claim makes it historic? By that logic the two could have just held a joint autograph session and used the proceeds to pay for the media’s TDS therapy.

      “4). Has Trump given up too much?”
      Of what?! If there’s nothing specific in the document, how can he have “give up too much”?! Yes, my dear Sky News news readers, president Trump has given up to much. He clearly let Kim snooker him into a nefarious deal that doesn’t specify anything but gives up way too much of some nebulous something or other that may or may not have been invented yet and Kim even got Team USA to throw in a player to be named later.

      ::headdesk headdesk headdesk headdesk::

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    • NewfTea says:

      Welcome back, Eeyore!

      You’re the guy that finds a worm in every Apple and poison in every bottle of bubbly.

      Go troll elsewhere. And take your claque of enablers with you.

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  12. Katherine McCoun says:

    Amazing! After a full night (President a Trump had no time for his body to adjust to a 12 hour time change!) he stood and answered press questions for an hour. Very available to the press during this trip.

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  13. Bob Thoms says:

    A sign this agreement is the real deal = PT said yes when asked would be invited Kim to the White House.

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  14. “Kim Jong-un is no longer invited to my funeral” …John McCain

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  15. HHC - 2nd 16th says:

    Screw the Dems.

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  16. rudy1876 says:

    wooooowwwww……it happened in my lifetime. Now……Iran!

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  17. Humble Soul says:

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  18. rudy1876 says:

    CNN reports Un used invisible ink.

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  19. PaulM says:

    What will probably drive the success of this iteration of agreements is the proliferation of information provided by technology. Back when you could control data in and out, you could do whatever you want.
    Once television and satellite communications became widespread, those days ended.
    If you look at China with Tiananmen Square, the world was watching so executing thousands in the streets was no longer deniable.
    The Norks know instant worldwide communications are coming whether they like it or not so the world will know what they do and the driving factor for reaching agreements that get rid of sanctions and allow trade is that their people are going to ask more and more “why is the rest of the world eating lamb chops while we eat grass clippings?”

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  20. talker2u says:

    Was it negotiated as part of this historic agreement that Jim Acosta cannot return to the United States?

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  21. Julia Adams says:

    The never-Trumpers are out in full force this morning on Fox. I’m sorry but Ben Shapiro and Steven Hayes are disgusting. Their skepticism is all about their hatred of Trump.

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    • Remington says:

      Sometimes folks pick their own poison…why even turn on fox, or any of that other crap, for that matter, this morning. You know what you’re going to get. Wait for Lou Dobbs and he’ll tell you the real deal. Of even better spend the day at the Tree, and stay informed.

      Watching this HISTORIC event last night, I was looking for the least intrusive station to view our President – there wasn’t one. It was so repulsive; and I had to turn it off. Watched a Bruce Lee movie.

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  22. kirkreport says:

    God has given us a great President. I pray that God continues to grant our president victories, one after another. Praise God for him. Keep praying folks

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  23. not2worryluv says:

    Why isn’t the MSM promoting the agenda of peace through strength.

    Don’t they recall history when Germany and Japan were our worse enemies that resulted in 2 major World Wars and that now they are our “best allies and friends”.

    MSM claims China as a threat yet denounce Trump when he wants fair trade with them. Praised Obama for unilaterally opening up Cuba without any concessions and does a deal with Iran without even returning our citizens held hostage until we delivered billions in taxpayer dollars to them in a cargo plane and then cohersed USBanks under the table to convert their useless ME money into US Dollars.

    I believe we the people are realizing the Swamp’s Agenda and the New World Order isn’t an agenda of peace and prosperity but an agenda of greed and power.

    God Bless President Trump and his Administration!

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  24. Miriam says:

    God Bless the United States
    God Bless the Trump Administration
    Welcome to the world, Kim. I hope you do something great for your people and Korea may live in peace.

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  25. Zippy says:

    STEP 1 – Formally END the Korean War! I thought that at least they’d accomplish that.

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    • Amy2 says:

      It was never formally declared was it?

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      • Zippy says:

        WE didn’t, so it’s up to N and S Korea to do so. However, I had hoped that at least something would be SIGNED at some point during this meeting about that instead of what has already occured where they’ve just made pledges which can be withdrawn. It’s not formally our responsibility or even our OFFICIAL business, but it would have been nice to have and would have been a HUGE win for Trump.

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    • Donzo says:

      Pinhead, asking for a formal declaration to a war that was never formally declared shows your ignorance. As Amy eluded to, it was a In police action. Of course, war is war, but the notion that an end of hostilities is your idea of a first step, is laughable. I think you should take your nonsense over to a LSM.

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  26. DanO64 says:

    When the film showed the light being turned on at night in North Korea, that said it all. Powerful!!

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  27. I rarely post anything political on Facebook. I hate to stir up trouble and many of my liberal friends are just so insane in their hatred for everything Trump I don’t even want to go there. I like their photos of their families and skip and scroll when they go all TDS.

    But last night I was a bit emotional and posted pictures of my father from back in Korea, with several of the guys from his battalion. My father saw a lot of action in Korea and served two tours. He would climb poles to run communication wires which being shot at. As a painter, he’d climb the highest skyscrapers if necessary to do the job. He always amazed me that he was never afraid. Now I realize that climbing anything without being shot at had to be a piece of cake for him. He nearly died toward the end of his 2nd tour when he almost fell off a pole overlooking a huge gorge. Turned out he had raging malaria and was sent to Germany and then home. He would wake up all hours of the night with fever while his dad would come in and rock him back to bed, as my father cried and relived the war. He thought people were still shooting at him.

    Anyway, I’ve posted my father’s story before so many of my friends understand my love for my late father and my pride in his service. So when I posted those pics, I asked my “friends” – regardless of their feelings for Trump – to pray for him and to pray for peace. I thought, maybe, just maybe, I would get a few to send me a little love, or at lease a “like.”

    My responses were fairly, and sadly, predictable. All of my conservative friends commented, and liked my post. Not ONE of my liberal friends could force themselves to even give me the simplest like on my post. And no-they like stuff all the time. They like my posts of my kids and funny things I post, etc… But how telling that I put my heart and soul out there and they can’t even give me the tiniest amount of support whatsoever. Proof positive that Trump Derangement Syndrome has caused even people I supposedly like to wish for failure of peace talks over the possibility of a final end to the Korean War and the hope of world peace.

    That said, it was an exciting night for me. I am so proud to be a Trump supporter and pray that we can create a lasting peace in our world.

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    • SharkDiver says:

      Mzmary…Then those liberals aren’t really your “friends”. But all of us here are!

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    • Bendix says:

      How sad. Unfortunately it is not surprising. People get addicted to their sense of easy self-righteousness and moral authority. I say easy, because all these people do to earn it is parrot some words they got off the internet. Much easier than actually behaving in a moral fashion.
      Nowadays people get self-righteous over lightbulbs.
      If I were on Facebook, I would like your beautiful posts.

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    • Benson II says:

      They believe what they see and hear and repeat it sometimes verbatim. This is why in every way we can we need to marginalize the MSM. Even though many were indoctrinated in school the MSM is keeping them in that mind set. President Trump is doing his job it’s up to us to try to help in every way we can and taking away the influence of the MSM would be a good start, to whatever degree we can.

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    • Dr. D says:

      mzmary, I share some of your pain (not the part about your father, serving in Korea, etc.) regarding facebook posts. Many of my closest friends are democrats (we became friends years ago before most of us were thinking about politics).

      Some people who I once considered friends have turned out to be pretty nasty people. I haven’t unfriended them, but I’ve hidden their comments. I don’t want to see their nasty comments when I visit FB. Others are just pretty misguided, imo (how anyone over 25 years old can think that Obama was a great president or that socialism would be great for America, is mind boggling).

      Thanks for your thoughts.

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    • jello333 says:

      I’m sorry about that… and I can completely relate. I’ve lost several “friends” over the past few years, partly for my support of Trump, partly for my hatred of BLM, Antifa, etc. Notice I put “friends” in quotes, because they aren’t and never were REAL friends. So while it hurts for a little bit after they show their true colors, it doesn’t take long before relief sets in that such people are no longer in your life. Good riddance.

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  28. ilovevictoriasbows says:

    Obama would have won his third Nobel Peace Prize by now, the 2nd when the summit was first announced, the 3rd after it was cancelled then rescheduled.

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    • Benson II says:

      Probably a fourth with a new apology tour explaining why the U.S. just doesn’t have the power to negotiate anymore. Nations like Germany, France and Britain would love that.

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  29. mpmp2015 says:

    I like the way Trump straddles the chair, like his BRASS BALLS ARE SO BIG he needed to wrap his legs around the chair. Like a BOSS!!!

    Then in the background, it sounds like Jim Acosta from Fake News CNN is ruining an historical moment by asking questions at the most inappropriate time. He should be fired.

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    • Nan says:

      That was definitely Acosta; I recognized his voice. The guy is grandstanding for a higher spot at CNN. So what if he derails the only chance we have ever had to end the Nork nuclear threat? I suspect that in his book, that would be icing on the cake.

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    • Bendix says:

      He wants the attention Megyn got, and he can’t understand why he doesn’t get it too.
      They should fire him. The occasion was an historic one, of world importance, and certainly not about him, or any rude uncouth American.

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    • Lopeover says:

      The White House should pull Acosta’s press pass. He is like many mockingbird media of his political stripe, he lacks GOOD MANNERS! Professionally, he was blind & mute to most of the scandals in the Obama Admin which indicates his laziness, and lack of courage required in a true journalist. He is no Sheryl Attkisson.

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  30. MVW says:

    Both are sweating up a storm. I wonder if the heat has been a problem for Kim. Also, both are likely wearing protective armor.

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    • Bendix says:

      The president looks as tense as I’ve ever seen him.
      Yet he still stays on point, managing every little detail.
      Showing Kim the inside of the limousine, what an interesting touch.
      His people had to have worked their posteriors off for this too.

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  31. Rachelle says:

    Would not surprise me if the Nobel committees tried to force a Nobel Prize on the president in an effort to recover a bit of their tarnished reputations. The desperately need to finally give the prize to someone who us worthy to make up for the duds, crooks and terrorists who have been honored.

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  32. rudy1876 says:

    President Trump always consistent. https://youtu.be/sQUaQo2j42Y

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  33. Betty says:

    A lot of people are calling for Jim Acosta to lose his press pass to the White House and Presidential events and I agree. But there is one other thing I would like to see happen. There is no need for all that clicking of cameras drowning out everything anyone is saying.

    Silent cameras are available. Just because they like the sound of their own clicking, the rest of us don’t. All that clicking is intrusive and makes the whole event seem to be just about them – they think everything is just about them enough even without all the clicking reinforcing them.

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  34. jbrickley says:

    Meanwhile, someone is feeling a little left out…

    “Chinese state media sought to reinject Beijing into the conversation following Tuesday’s historic summit between North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un and U.S. President Donald Trump, suggesting Americans “borrow some wisdom from Eastern philosophy” and abandon “unrealistic ideas” that the U.S. will not need China to mediate with Pyongyang.”

    “China and South Korea are North Korea’s important economic partners,” the article concludes. “Their roles in North Korea’s possible economic transformation cannot be replaced by the US”

    “China is always committed to achieving the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, upholding the peace and stability on the Peninsula and resolving the relevant issue through dialogue and consultation,” he told reporters. “The facts have proven that the China-proposed ‘suspension for suspension’ initiative has been materialized and now the situation is also moving forward in the direction of the ‘dual-track’ approach.”

    Ah, Baloney! If China wanted to stop Kim they would have stepped on him long ago. They are using the DPRK as a mad dog chess piece. Whenever China needs to shake things up, the DPRK would rattle it’s saber making threats. I would bet money that the US is going to provide Kim Jong-Un protection from the angry Red Dragon. But he’s going to keep China guessing and by the time they realize what’s happened they are going to be in a very precarious position at the US/China negotiating table.

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