President Trump Discusses Singapore Summit With Sean Hannity…

Fox News host Sean Hannity sat down with President Trump for a discussion prior to the president departing Singapore.  Good interview in two parts:

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Part 2 below:

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213 Responses to President Trump Discusses Singapore Summit With Sean Hannity…

  1. Coldeadhands says:

    Thanks Potus, for scraping the ossified, failed diplomacy of past administrations! MAGA!

    Liked by 38 people

    • WSB says:

      Indeed!!!!!

      Liked by 8 people

    • 4sure says:

      It was not a failed diplomacy by past administrations. It was exactly what they wanted and it is working exactly as they planned it and implemented it. It is only a failed diplomacy to us. Remember, the uniparty does absolutely nothing to help us. If anything they do does help us, it is purely a byproduct which they did not foresee. EVERYTHING they do is done to further the globalist agenda. EVERYTHING. Not a single thought goes into helping us.

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      • Farmkid says:

        4sure, your post sums up my “sense” of our stagnate slimepool of co-opted government. I’m hoping for Trump to initiate a ban on all Lobbying. This would flush out a score of the grifters, but not enough. Then eliminate the NDAA act that allows our government to propagandize citizens. Bezos gets $600 Million from the CIA for what? We have a very twisted system that is capturing all communications of fellow citizens and profiling for god knows what?

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        • Lindenlee says:

          I keep telling people that we need to disperse the power and get reps to office out of their districts, and only go to DC for special occasions. We have the technology to do this, AND to expand our representative base to 1 rep for every 100,000 LEGAL VOTERS.

          The most important change this would effect is to get the Congresspeople out of the physical orbit of DC lobbyists. If we had 2600 Congresspeople instead of 435, dispersed throughout the nation, it would make it prohibitively expensive for lobbyists to pay people off. We could reduce salaries and expenses, make them physically accessible to the voters, make it easier on the families, and harder to ram through bad legislation. Almost everything th4y do now is detrimental to The People.

          Senators should office in the capitol of their states, and resume accountability to their state, while we work on repealing the 17th Amendment. All their schedules and meetings should be public, so we know when they are talking to/meeting with lobbyists.

          We have to try. We can make issues by putting these changes on state ballots as initiatives. I know this is a federal matter, but we need the publicity to make this work.

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    • fleporeblog says:

      This is ABSOLUTELY amazing to watch! Dennis Rodman will go down in the history books as the man that never stopped believing that we could have peace with Kim Jong-un and North Korea. I laughed my butt off when he asked Sarah to tell Donald the next time he sees me could he shake my hand.

      His basketball career and the Championships he won will be a footnote.

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      • Bob Thoms says:

        Love him. What a sweet, down to earth guy. I have to admit, it rattles my brain when I think that he and KJU have developed a friendship. Makes me re-think everything I have thought about what is going on inside NoKo.

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        • VeritasVincit says:

          Messenger,
          I agree wholeheartedly and would only add that we need to also remove the republican members of the Uniparty; those Establishment RINOs who should be running as democrats in the first place.

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      • SpanglishKC says:

        Meanwhile back at home…

        I’ve been on a high following the Singapore Summit and our 🦁 performance and results so far. His presser following the Summit was amazing.

        I made the mistake of turning on the TV news and up pops up the naysayers / negative Nancy’s/ Swamp creatures. Sickening to watch especially Paul Ryan and Marco Rubio on one hand patting his Excellency on the back and with the other holding a shiv…

        They talk as if they could have done better… yeah where have they been? Bastards. I can take the DemonRats but when your own team is the real enemy that’s something else!!!

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      • Coldeadhands says:

        Well, my thinking is that there is no surprise that an unusual resource like Rodman would be tapped to make a real contribution to new constructs. After all, this nation has demonstrated that “peculiarity” since its inception.
        Our Lion 🦁 being the most vivid current example. The Lord chooses who He wishes to do His work.

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      • paulwoll says:

        RODMAN deserves Presidential medal of freedom. Whereas Trump should get Nobel peace prize… but given the bastardization of that latter honor in past Trump will be first in while who actually would deserve it.

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    • I AM SO PROUD OF OUR PRESIDENT TRUMP GOD HAS SURLY BLESSED AMERICA GIVING US PRESIDENT TRUMP

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    • Meanwhile, those who still get their news from the morning paper, or rely on wire services to tell them what to think, have been greeted by this sort of crap:

      “Trump declares via Twitter the North Korea nuclear threat is over”
      –Associated Press

      “President Donald Trump declared on Wednesday there was “no longer a Nuclear Threat from North Korea,” a dubious claim following his summit with leader Kim Jong Un that produced no guarantees on how or when Pyongyang would disarm …

      “Trump’s own chest-thumping tweet seemed reminiscent of the “Mission Accomplished” banner flown behind President George W. Bush in 2003 when he spoke aboard a Navy ship following the U.S. invasion of Iraq. The words came back to haunt the administration, as the war dragged on throughout Bush’s presidency.”

      “Singapore summit agreement recycles old deals and defers the hard work”
      –Tribune News Service

      “The diplomatic history of U.S.-North Korean relations is littered with broken promises to denuclearize and deals gone sour.

      “At their meeting in Singapore on Tuesday, President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un signed a document with scant details and more vague wording than those that have failed in the past to bring peace to the Korean peninsula and rid it of nuclear arms.

      “The summit, for all the anticipatory hype, was never expected to produce much in the way of new policies or strategy. But it actually produced less than many analysts expected. And within hours of the two leaders’ departures from Singapore, North Korea issued a notably different account of what had been agreed to than Trump had offered.”

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    • MaskOfZero says:

      Should we talk to our enemies–or only talk to our friends?

      Dems publicly excoriated Trump for being gracious and polite with Kim Jong Un–taking the point of view that Kim is so evil–just talking to him gives a propaganda victory to a bloody tyrant.

      This sort of ‘purist’ diplomacy does not work–we know this from history.

      President Trump is looking out for the interests of America. A war with Korea/China is not a good alternative if there is even a possibility of peace.

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    • Carrie2 says:

      Coldeadhands, and I think Kim is somewhat excited to be invited to America and the WH because he is still very young and our President is much older and Asians respect older people (while here we have lost in doing that) and probably planning and hoping the President will invite him here. Be a great way to further open his eyes to what he can do for his country and his people, i.e., build/own fabulous hotels on the beach. I think too Kim saw a man with truths and treating him with respect of leader to leader but also being strong in his own way and seeing Trump in his own way. This is how deals are made and we hope and pray for NK/Kim that this all does work out to benefit NK and the world.

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  2. rumpole2 says:

    Do ya think that when Trump showed Kim “the beast” he offered to get Kim one of his own?

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  3. I’m still in a lingering state of being Gobsmacked. Holy cow, we have the BEST. PRESIDENT. EVER.

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    • A2 says:

      It’s that often ignored and little practiced thing called ‘candor’.

      Liked by 14 people

    • WSB says:

      Hi, Bluto!!!! So, nice to see you!

      Liked by 13 people

    • Comrade Mope says:

      I’m Gobsmacked by President Trump being able to stop Hannity from interrupting.
      (Or was that just the editing? We need a full investigation.)

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    • Esperanza says:

      Fantastic interview.

      Prosperity is now a dirty word in Europe. In France we had a word for prosperous uppity working class in the 80s. No need for one now. Or even for what you would call upper middle class. Whatever our élites are doing, it’s not designed to make us prosperous.

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      • Meanwhile people in Europe watch on. They aren’t stupid despite all the rubbish the media are telling them. This is why so many anti-Trump/prosperity quarters have gone so quiet. Trump’s NK deal making disproves the “Trump is stupid” meme a thousand times over.

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        • Ausonius says:

          This morning I heard the editor of Commentary magazine sniffing that the whole meeting is a charade, a “nothing-burger,” because the document signed was so vague. There was even a comparison to the Molotov-Ribbentrop deal of the the 1930’s, comparing our president to a murderous dictator (whether he was supposed to be Hitler or Stalin in the deal was unclear, but also irrelevant). This comparison I saw elsewhere yesterday.

          The Trump Derangement Syndrome people deliberately refuse to see that this is a very simple first step for deeper negotiations: it was never designed to bring “peace in our time” by any means. Rather, it was the foot in the door of a closed society run by a murderous dictator.

          The president is quite sanguine and open about what it really means, and obviously has a “wait and see” attitude.

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          • You must be talking about that complete disgrace John Podhoretz. He’s a creep’s creep…

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            • steph_gray says:

              So sad! In the pre-Trump days I used to enjoy his commentary, and Jonah Goldberg’s. TDS is soul-crippling and condemns the sufferer to a life of lying to oneself.

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          • Taco Tuesday Welder says:

            The syndrome has now been isolated as a disease…its the Trump Unacceptance and Resistance Disease. You have it, youre a T.U.R.D.

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          • The Substance that follows what happened will be their undoing. Liberalism is all about symbolism over substance. And politics is largely about symbolism – to which all you have to do is criticize the symbol if you disagree. But the substance that follows what this president does will speak for itself. As they say, “Actions speak louder than words.”

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      • Cuppa Covfefe says:

        Les Yuppies? 🙂

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        • Esperanza says:

          Oh, no, those were high class professionals, lawyers etc. “Boeufs”, meaning, I think, stupid like an ox. In Britain, they’re called “white van man”. Soccer WAGs. 😀 Well known for being orange 😀

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      • Perot Conservative says:

        Esperanza, are you still in France, or here now? I am part French.

        Loved Paris, wish I followed up with a woman I flirted with in a bakery, year 2000. (I told her she was beautiful in my limited French.)

        In a little nightclub in Paris I saw an African immigrant manhandling a drunk French woman. Everyone ignored it! In a pub in Paris, the staff was from 3 different EU countries. All superficially friendly. After about an hour their anti-American sentiments came out. And this was before Bush went into the ME.

        An older gentleman helped me navigate a confusing metro maze, and I had a great ride one night with an older French immigrant from Africa. He was fantastic.

        Paris now sounds like it is under seige.

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        • Esperanza says:

          Well, I’ve had to leave Paris. After a sexual assault, from you know who. Many French people love the US. T has a larger following than you’d think. Many people are just happy to hear someone speak the truth. Outside of Paris, France is still France. They, France perifique are fed up to the back teeth. The Bataclan has just programmed a rap artist whose latest album is called ‘Jihad’ . In one of his songs he calls for the crucifixion of atheists. It’s causing quite a stir.

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          • yucki says:

            I’m so sorry for your terrible experience, Esperanza. I hope you’ve recovered from such trauma.

            Seen lots, subtitling videos from the Continent over the last three years or so.
            We’ve taken to calling it “Jim”: Jiha-, Isla-, Musl-. [hyphens, don’t want to trigger WordPress].

            The Bataclan gesture is the supremacist middle-finger salute. Time to break those fingers…just for starters. And there’s Micron rebuking Conte for defending Italy’s borders!

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    • yy4u says:

      LIKE
      Bluto and Fluffy Dog Attacks are missed when they aren’t posting.

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    • Mr. Bluto! Missed ya, Dude! Oh, and about being Gobsmacked: you do know, doncha, that he’ll NEVER get to 1270? Right? 😉

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    • BobBoxBody says:

      No kidding! He makes it look easy. Also hope you’re doing alright man!

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  4. A2 says:

    Nice interview and the ‘chatty one’ restrained himself.

    We saw most of the points at that brilliant and courageous i.e., fearless presser to the international press. It should be studied in the Academy as an exemplar.

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  5. Ben D says:

    He hinted he would be open to a deal with Iran, I hope they will take him up on it. Then there is Russia, I am sure he and Vlad can do a deal.

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    • 🍺Gunny66 says:

      Actually, I believe there may not be much deal making with Russia. In the beginning as far as trading and such is concerned.

      I believe re-establishing the relationship is the most important issue.

      Can you believe the two most powerful leaders on the planet have not met yet due to some made up hoax conjured up by the deep state?

      I believe he has probably established some back channeled relationship with Putin, but it should soon be time for them to meet without shouts for impeachment.

      The Globalists biggest fear is that the two largest Christian nations on earth become friends.

      Hence, all of this Russia, Russia non-sense.

      Alternatively, there is mich to speak to Putin about as far as aggressions.
      That should be the number one topic, versus trade.

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      • Esperanza says:

        This. The globalists don’t want the US and Russia to be friends. Cue suspicious cat… 🐱

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      • A2 says:

        I agree with most of your post Gunny, but Russia’s actions in the Ukraine, the ‘forgotten war’ has been noted by the Trump administration including increasing sanctions. The recent actions there are not in anyone’s interests except Russia who has not complied with the Minsk Agreement.

        At the meeting with Gen Dunford and his Russian counterpart recently in Helsinki, it did not go well. Issues discussed were Syria, DPRK and other military technical issues. No joint statement.

        So, I surmise President Trump, the great persuader, wishes to meet with Putin and try to convince him his actions are counterproductive to the well-being of the Russian people and their acceptance in the world family of nations so to speak.

        As for the Russian Orthodox, Russia is a Christian nation, the stats do not include the federated states, that are largely muslim. And recent surveys show that a significant percentage of the population is atheist (Marxist holdover), but also claim Christianity to cast a veneer on their nationalism. Several Social Science surveys have been done in Russia exposing these facts.

        Russia (obviously Putin), if it wants international respect needs to stop undermining that position. It is another case of cutting off your nose to spite your face.

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      • Brant says:

        I doubt there is any chance of openly talking with Russia until after the election. And that is predicated on there being a pretty stout Republican win. And that means at least 55-56 Senators. None of this, 51-52 and everything he tries is based on Pence having to being in the chamber to break a tie.

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      • yy4u says:

        LIKE
        “I believe re-establishing the relationship is the most important issue.”

        And this, dear friends, is EXACTLY what neither the left NOR the Establishment Republicans want to happen and that’s why they both signed on to Russia, Russia, Russia. There is no reason Putin would want Trump to win over Hillary, a sec. state to an administration he found it so easy to snooker from “reset” to Crimea to Ukraine to Syria which is why the Mattress Micturation (Steele Pee Pee Dossier) went around — to try to make it look like the Russians had stuff on Trump, why the FBI used the Mattress Micturation Dossier to get the FISA Spy warrant, etc., etc., etc. Who knows? Putin may well have been in giving info to Steele to keep Trump from winning. If he wouldn’t have rather dealt with Hillary, then he’s a loon. And I don’t think he’s a loon..

        During the campaign, I saw a “Sixty Minutes” segment (the only one I’ve ever watched) which had Trump, Obama and Putin being interviewed (separately, of course). The contrast between the three men was devastating to Obama. First, it was obvious that Putin speaks fluent English. One could tell he understood the question before the interpreter interpreted giving himself even more time than the other two had. (I later read he is fluent in Russian, German and English).

        Trump and Putin came across as intelligent, mature men who were confident in their own skins and opinions. Putin might well be a thug but he knew who he was. Obama on the other hand came across as a petulant child in a man’ body, a good looking poseur who had gotten used to sycophants telling him wonder he is (the equivalent of every kid getting a trophy like a Nobel Peace Prize for just showing up), how brilliant he is (even though his college grades, LSATS and law school record are sealed), how successful he is (the SEALS got bin Laden under his watch while everything else turned to rubble).

        It was embarrassing to be an American and know that petty little boy was our president.

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        • yy4u says:

          I forgot to add that the world leader whom Obama most resembled is Justin Trudeau and vice versa.

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        • Teagan says:

          Yy4u…we all know for certainly by now, that if Obama had been an outstanding student, a brilliant Harvard Law Review editor (or whatever his title was)…it would have been in 4” banner headlines across the US. He was a fake…and white guilt (smartly played) got him elected….period.
          No question, history will eventually show how weak, ineffective and completely incompetent Obama was as President. But, bless his heart, now he’s a multi-millionaire…not a bad gig…so who are the fools?

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        • Dr. Bogus Pachysandra says:

          In the back of my mind,,,, I have a hard time believing the Russians didn’t want Hillary to win. They obviously had all her emails.

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      • elaineohio says:

        Trump should skip UK trip and talk to Putin instead.
        UK is lost, altough they brexited, the elitists have pervailed…..

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  6. Fromseatoshiningsea says:

    Brilliant move. NK gets a superpower ally alternative to China, two nuclear arsenals get dismantled. Not one human on planet is adversely affected, the quality of life for every human on the planet is improved except for those linked to the demonic. Although joyful enlightenment expands at its own pace, history has recorded periods of acceleration as well as periods of gloom. Tempered by logic yet cautiously, guardedly optimistic. Because of Trump. God Bless DJT.

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    • Bud Klatsch says:

      AND, NK has offered to DALPO to get our MIA remains returned to the US.

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    • Donzo says:

      KJU might be hanging by a thread now worrying he could be hanging by a rope later. Successfully transitioning off the small Chinese teat is far from assured and not necessarily even contemplated despite the rhetoric. I’ll bet his plane is stocked and ready for take off. He needs a destination other than to his west.

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  7. calbear84 says:

    Otto Warmbier did not die in vain. Thank you POTUS and Dennis Rodman.

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    • Esperanza says:

      Watching, you wonder if Kim is in fear of his life from China. Maybe he called out to the US, the traditional help for oppressed peoples, using his love of basketball and thinking a prominent African American would have access to an African American president, and his call went unanswered. O being too occupied with Jz the drug dealer and pallets of cash.

      What makes my blood boil with the globalists, is oppressed peoples have no hope. You will be trashed. And even if you escape and get here, all the nasties from your country are already here and will oppress you here too. There is no freedom in the Globalist world. Little prosperity either.

      What struck me the most in the Destiny video, was its call to freedom. And how much of it we have already lost.

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      • A2 says:

        Kim3 is not in fear of his life from China. He went there twice was royally received (received400K USD gifts from Chairman Xi) and his minions are meeting there on it seems a fairly regular basis. Keep up.

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        • porkyspen says:

          A2, you should think things through before telling others to “keep up”… in fact, I believe people who use that phrase are pompous asses. To your point, you really think Kim is safe from China? That if he announced he was willing to be completely open and honest with the US, and to allow US investment there in exchange for our protection, that China would simply shrug and say “Ok.” Yeahhhh…… maybe YOU should “keep up”.

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          • A2 says:

            No I just get frustrated with nonsense vs facts. Pres Trump said explicitly that the US will not invest but that the regional players will. What is difficult to understand about that?

            Kim3 is following a well worn playbook, yet the President is deftly disengaging him from past history. What is it you don’t understand about that?

            Thanks for the ad hominem, that always wins the argument.

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          • Esperanza says:

            Thank you. My patience was wearing thin 😀 A2 seems to have lots of useful facts at his disposition I’d like to have, but he won’t give me them, just a load of links. 😀

            “received400K USD gifts from Chairman Xi”

            This quote reminds me of the old adage, “knows the price of everything and the value of nothing” A2, why did Xi do that?

            Just had another thought, T told us Kim is loved by his people, maybe the Panda uses Kim as figurehead because of that and uses the 7 mil yachts etc to keep him sweet? Debauched by 15 as per A2, maybe that’s a feature not a bug for the Panda. The opium thing is a lesson very well leant in China from the Opium War.

            Also, I’ve seen speculation Otto was subjected to the sonic weapon thing US diplomats were subject to in Cuba, and which there are reports of Westerners being subjected to in China. What if Noko hosted labs for the weapon and Otto was experimented on? I thought sending Otto back was a strange move, why make yourself look bad off the bat? Wait till he’s dead. What if Otto was a message? And if so, what was its meaning? Help! from Kim, or a threat from the 🐼 .

            Just want to thank Sundance again. Just following his work makes everything so much more understandable and interesting. The Panda mask is a classic.

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          • Donzo says:

            It seems entirely possible that if KJU is no longer an adequate puppet, China will replace him with one that is. They didn’t lose almost a million men to have him turn tail towards the enemy.

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        • Esperanza says:

          Right. You don’t think mafia bosses who are capable of giving expensive presents aren’t capable of “disappearing” minions if they act up? Think. Is it in China’s interest for a free condo sprinkled Noko? Have you watched the geography video posted today? The one about buffer zones. Did you watch the lights part of Trump’s video? I’ve flown into Beijing over the northern one. We flew all night over Russia and Mongolia and there were like 3 lights in Oulan Bator. And there were a couple of hours at least (I forget) of deserty stuff AFTER the wall in China.

          People disappear politically all the time in China. The guy looked terrified with Xi in China and looked reassured after time with T. They checked out the Beast. T is a master messager. Kim was “provided with” a Chinese plane despite having his own. What is the Beast famous for? Protecting a head of state.

          The guy knows he’s a prime candidate to finish like most dictators do.

          There are many undercurrents to this thing that we don’t know. Until yesterday no-one knew he spoke English.

          Like you said upthread facts don’t mean anything unless you can interpret them. And a) we have few facts and b) even less knowledge of what’s really going on. When a crazy basketball player (bless him) knows more than the head of the NGIA, I’m calling “wait a minute”.

          I also remember when Colin Powell and Co had no idea what was going on in Iraq and Jacques Chirac, having known personally the principles involved for decades was right on the button.

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          • A2 says:

            You have relentlessly and ineptly attacked me on these threads. Accusing me of not giving facts or links, yet just above, when I did give you a link to the President’s National Security Strategy, you said “I’m not interested in following links.”.

            OK. Got it.

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            • Esperanza says:

              You are the one attacking me. I replied to one post, asking respectfully for more info on the foundation of YOUR position (I even mentioned I wasn’t being snarky, and repeated that when you misunderstood), you were deeply unpleasant and have since replied unpleasantly to every post I’ve made. I specifically asked for no links, I don’t follow links on websites. At least read what write.

              Please don’t speak to me again.

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              • Teagan says:

                Children, children…play nice.
                I don’t think any poster feels they must provide information other than links or sources…we can’t do the homework for everyone. Even Sundance provides links! If Esperanza won’t follow links…her decision and her loss…. but no need to expect everyone to spoon feed personal quirks.

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  8. Legacy Driver says:

    Sean couldn’t go twenty seconds without interrupting. SMH.

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    • Paul B. says:

      All those interruptions were done in the cutting room.

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    • farmhand1927 says:

      Then don’t watch Hannity. By focusing and keeping track of everytime he talks, seems like the purpose of the interview and all the valuable info the President provided gets lost.

      Maybe the Stephanopoulos interview will be more to your liking.

      We’re trying to move the country forward and promote our President’s agenda. The haters and liars, Dem’s and Repub’s sharing that spotlight, ripped on the President for his magnanimous meeting with Kim because a denuked NK is bad news for Marxists unless Obama had pulled it off.

      Along comes Hannity who 100% absolutely supports the President who he has been friends with for 30 years, does an interview and the take away is he talked too much?

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      • 🍺Gunny66 says:

        Farmhand, I do agree with you, but I think more often than not we here at the Treehouse fall victims to our own knowledge.

        In that first of all, Sundance is miles ahead of anyone on any situation, and secondly, we have such great and intelligent commenters here that we often make the mistake of criticizing those who are not as up to speed, so to speak, as we are.

        I cannot count the times when watching Varney or even Lou and saying to myself:

        “I already know that. Catch up” We tend to do the same here. It is especially irritating when someone makes a comment who did not even read Sundance’s article, or did not read previous comments.

        Otherwise I do reall like your posts.

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  9. Johnny Bravo says:

    I am working hard to be in the same mental and physiological state DJT is in when I’m 71! 25 hours without sleep and still as bright as a new pin! 👋💪👌

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    • Morpheus says:

      Modifinil. It is what the doctors give you to reset jet lag. They routinely take it when they have to travel like this.

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      • Morpheus says:

        Sorry I mean, Modafinil. There was talk about the Whitehouse doctor giving it out too much, but there is really no problem with. I take a variation of it called Adarafinil which is a legal precursor that metabolizes in to Modafinil in-vivo.

        Anyway, there is no way everyone can shift 12-hour timezones and work 25 hours through, if you want to believe Trump has the stamina, fine, whatever, but I can tell you, that is how most of them, be it the State Department reps or the Journalists can do it.

        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modafinil

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      • farmhand1927 says:

        I highly doubt our President takes anything from his physician to look and feel alert. Highly doubt it. He doesn’t need it, never has, no need to start now. The secret to his alertness? Adrenaline and testosterone.

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        • daughnworks247 says:

          And a really terrific airplane

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        • 🍺Gunny66 says:

          Also anyone who has traveled to Asia frequently knows that going there is really not too much of an issue with jet lag.

          It is the return trip to America that is the killer.

          And to suggest that taking some kind of drug to cure it is ludercris.

          The only cure is to stay awake during the time you should be sleeping in Asia.

          And the bottom line is: Our President has been doing this kind of travel for years. That is one reason he sleeps so little at night.

          His body has grown accustomed to it. Mine did.

          My key to it, and it may be his “secret”, I did not have jet lag cause I took small “cat naps”, which revitalized me.

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          • Malatrope says:

            Thomas Edison famously only slept a couple hours a day, but he cat-napped all day 15 minutes at a time. The total was close to a normal night’s sleep. Trump probably does the same. I have certainly found that when I start dropping things and I can’t keep my eyelids open it only takes five minutes of actual sleep to reset me.

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            • Teagan says:

              Hubby learned to do the 15 minute cat naps in medical school and still does them to this day….even when i’m Talking to him! LOL He only requires about 4-5 hours of “bed” sleep a day.

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        • Morpheus says:

          According to his medical report he already takes four prescriptions a day, so taking Modafinil to combat as needed isn’t a stretch for jet-lag.

          It is the Air Forces replacement amphetamine for extended combat operations.

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    • Dr. Bogus Pachysandra says:

      “25 hours without sleep and still as bright as a new pin!”

      Until you do the Hillary sack of potatoes drop! Get your sleep!

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  10. A2 says:

    Perhaps Treepers may find this interesting, about Chinese netizens commenting on the Summit.

    On Weibo. on the China Daily chat, censored of course, but for some reason the website monitor/censor let the comments roll and even interacted with the posters causing some to speculate that he had gone mad. All other official mouthpiece press, like Xinhua and Global Times denied comments.

    They ranged from the sarcastic, such as the “two bad haircuts” meeting, to those who applauded ‘world peace” in the making. Also favorable comments about President Trump to those who see Kim Fatty III as an evil force.

    Most comments were on the positive side wishing for peace and resolution to the denuclearisation of the Korean Peninsula.

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    • PS says:

      Interesting how again, the voice of the people is not the voice of the administrators.

      I like to believe that many citizens in our “enemy” countries are trapped by their governments. Unfortunately, those militaries have the potential to reek havoc, and the wheat might get cut down with the weeds.

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  11. MTK says:

    Fox News host Sean Hannity sat down with President Trump for a discussion prior to the president departing Singapore. Good interview in two parts:

    Little confused… The opening start of video is basically a welcome back post summit and many of questions are directed to events post summit.

    So what is it prior or post summit.

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  12. Peter Rabbit says:

    No news from scoop, disjointed Hannity interview with his friend POTUS. All key points covered in the President’s masterful press conference at end of summit.

    POTUS best communicator of our lifetimes, reflecting his brilliance in bypassing supercilious media, including supposedly friendlies such as Fox. Hannity ego now bigger than POTUS and hard to watch.

    Thank you Sundance for your tireless energy and dedication. You are world leader in what you do. Extraordinary!!

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    • David A says:

      Hannity did fine.

      Liked by 3 people

      • ann hendrickson simpson says:

        Hannity is effective as a communicator for his audience; his viewers may migrate to Jeannine Pirro on Saturdays. we self select, to each his own. At least they speak TO the electorate, in the vernacular, and are forthright about their opinions.
        Most mass media outlets obfuscate and bury critical actions (Mr. Joseph Campbell, Mueller’s Bureau deep sixing Uranium One, Project Cassandra emasculated for Obama’s vanity trophy deal with Angry Mullahs.
        DC’s Dirty Deeds are anything but transparent, and the decades of DoJ opacity and inaction have created an electorate starved for authenticity, ill-informed, and thus, easily manipulated. Broadcasters such as Hannity untangle events made intentionally confusing & partisan, giving people preoccupied raising families, etc a sensible fact based interpretation of What The Heck Our Political Class Is Up To! At least Hannity viewers eschew the pretentious Snobs&Snots@PBS.
        The media, both “news” and ‘entertainment’’ content is dystopic, crass, and malign. I admire these few who, with mule like tenacity, survive to broadcast within that milieu. 💙

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  13. Pam says:

    Air Force One approaching Joint Base Andrews after flying around the world🌎for the historical #SingaporeSummitPhoto below from Singapore departure, about 24 hours ago. #History pic.twitter.com/x8hyiQNQxj— Dan Scavino Jr. (@Scavino45) June 13, 2018

    https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

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  14. Pyrthroes says:

    We eagerly await some IV League bastion’s awarding Trump an honorary degree in International Relations. After all, Bobbletwot, Wunderschlumpf, MzBill just pulled down a Feministical Cupcake du Jour coupon from Cambridge, Massachusetts’ Gomorrah-on-the-Thames.

    Ah, well… it’s not called “Back Bay” for nothing..

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    • budsblog868 says:

      Ya, that’s Gomorrah-on-the-Charles, thank you,

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    • G. Combs says:

      “Back Bay” was a nasty smelly salt water SWAMP that was filled in by Aza Sheldon with the help of oxen. He cut down Pemberton Hill and hauled the dirt to fill in part of Back Bay near the Causeway Street. He cut the hill down 55 feet in FIVE MONTHS!

      A news article:
      “If you were to search historical records for people who have reshaped the city of Boston, you would probably not find the name of Asa Sheldon. But if you have ever taken the train to Boston, you have walked on land that he worked.

      Sheldon (1782-1870) fancied himself as a farmer. In fact, he wrote an autobiographical sketch, titled “Wilmington Farmer.” But he was much more than a that; he was one of the foremost contractors of his time.

      Asa Sheldon (1788-1866) lived mostly in the 19th Century and much of that in Wilmington. Born in Lynnfield, he came to Wilmington as a young man. He lived for a while at the Harnden Tavern. In 1815, he married Clarissa Eames, granddaughter of Col. Joshua Harnden.

      Much of Sheldon’s work was on the railroads. He built roadbed and several bridges for the Boston and Lowell Railroad, which opened in 1835. Patrick Jackson, the president of the railroad, told him he would never have to pay for a ride on the railroad as long as the stonework held good. Sheldon also built much of the Boston and Maine line that runs from Wilmington Junction to Boston, which opened in 1845.

      In 1835, Jackson contracted Sheldon to cut down the peak of Pemberton Hill.[…]”
      http://homenewshere.com/wilmington_town_crier/news/article_f63e73a0-5923-11e3-9af3-0019bb2963f4.html

      Some day if you get the chance read Life of Asa G. Sheldon: Wilmington farmer It was republished in paperback in 1988 as “Yankee Drover.” (We have the book)

      It is amazing what those old Yankees were able to do.

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  15. getfitnow says:

    FTA – The summit between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un was one of the most anticipated events of the year, and it showed in the ratings, as Fox News´ Sean Hannity dominated all of television — not just cable — during the historic event.
    https://www.dailywire.com/news/31779/ratings-blowout-program-dominated-all-tv-during-ryan-saavedra

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  16. Rob says:

    Anti-ship missiles removed from Chinese artificial military islands in the South China Sea.
    Major RESET and reduction of Chinese military provocation, if true.
    MAGA

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    • Beenthere says:

      Only because trump canceled the war games. Had nothing to do with Trump-Kim meeting.

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      • rf121 says:

        What???????? I know it is early but PT and Kim had a meeting. One of the results was the cancellation of the war games. For now.

        Oh, and it is either President Trump, (PT for us keyboard warriors), Mr Trump if you are not into titles. But just “trump” is disrespectful to the best President ever! But if that’s how you roll then filtered you be.

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        • Alligator Gar says:

          TRUMP TRUMP TRUMP TRUMP TRUMP TRUMP TRUMP TRUMP.

          Filter away, self-righteous hall monitor. I am an adult and will refer to my employee as I see fit as long as I am not defamatory or discriminatory in accordance with US law.

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    • A2 says:

      No they rearmed them. Geesh. Stop reading fake news.

      ‘High resolution satellite photos taken on June 8, 2018 show that China has deployed several surface-to-air missile systems on Woody Island. These SAM systems disappeared on June 3, 2018, after their initial deployment on the island on May 20, 2018.’
      https://www.scmp.com/video/china/2150264/china-redeploys-surface-air-missile-systems-south-china-seas-woody-island

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    • A2 says:

      No they rearmed them. Geesh. Stop reading fake news.

      ‘High resolution satellite photos taken on June 8, 2018 show that China has deployed several surface-to-air missile systems on Woody Island. These SAM systems disappeared on June 3, 2018, after their initial deployment on the island on May 20, 2018.’
      https://www.scmp.com/video/china/2150264/china-redeploys-surface-air-missile-systems-south-china-seas-woody-island

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      • Deb says:

        I know you are an “expert,” but there’s no need to be so catty.

        Liked by 2 people

      • daughnworks247 says:

        Come on A2, we had this discussion on the daily thread, in early morning hours, in order to resolve the confusion. At that time, you didn’t know either.
        No need to be nasty to others.
        We’re all here to share and learn.
        In any event, glad it’s cleared up now.
        February, 2016, missiles were there. https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-china-35592988
        June 3, 2018, missile not there. https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/06/in-huge-win-for-trump-xi-jinping-pulls-missiles-from-south-china-sea-following-successful-north-korea-summit/
        June 8, 2018, missiles are there. https://www.scmp.com/video/china/2150264/china-redeploys-surface-air-missile-systems-south-china-seas-woody-island

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        • A2 says:

          I was not being ‘nasty’. Perception is in the eye of the reader. I was just correcting numerous repostings of old and inaccurate news. It happens a lot here, maybe folks should read other sites. Might be a positive. Unlike your criticism.

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          • A2 says:

            This reminds me of when we had numerous postings on all the threads that the Chinese were massing on the NK border several years ago. I had to continuously debunk the claims showing that the source Zerohedge, had mistranslated the source. I gave the folks here the source and mistranslation. Of course everyone was all ginned up because of the missile launches by the DPRK. Never received an apology, nor any acknowledgment that I was giving a correction. So be it. I hate the dissemination of fake news. So does my President.

            Now, kill me, disparage me, insult me to your heart;s content.
            Doesn’t change the facts. Or the search for truth.

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            • G. Combs says:

              A2
              Some of us do appreciate your comments though you did pricked the ‘good news balloon’ the last few days … DRAT IT!

              Oh Well, I have never trusted China and consider Bill Clinton a traitor who should have been hung right after his last election. Unfortunately the RINOs wimped out and went for the bribes instead of national security.
              ….

              I never could understand WHY the globalist Elite would EVER, EVER get in bed with the Chinese who HATE OUR GUTS or view us with contempt. They certainly do not see us as their ‘equals’ Talk about short sighted planning!

              Lessons of history: China’s century of humiliation The Chinese even have a museum dedicated to the century of humiliation. Chi took China’s top brass on a tour of that museum when he first came to power.

              China Picks at the Scab to Keep the Wound Fresh

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              • Donzo says:

                One reason could be that they make half the stuff we need to survive. If this keeps up will be ordering takeout from Shanghai.

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                • Donzo says:

                  Above answer to why Globalists get in bed with Chinese.

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                • Perot Conservative says:

                  Transport warheads to America for breakdown.

                  Return cargo ships with ag products boycotted by Canada and others – soybeans, rice, etc. Win-win-win.

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        • 🍺Gunny66 says:

          daughterworks,
          You have just validated A2’s posts, for what you stated about A2 on the discussion thread is False.

          A2 was not confused. It was others that were confused and A2 corrected them.

          And Get Off of A2. A2 provides valuable information and insight we do not get from the MSM.

          A2 corrects that drivel that many here spend time trying to spread.

          I upthread stated a supposed fact I had gathered, but A2 corrected my misconception.

          I appreciated that.

          So get off your high horses and appreciate the fact that A2 does not mince words, but does tireless research to provide us with information we would not know but for A2’s inputs

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          • A2 says:

            I am gobsmacked. Thank you Gunny. Never expected someone has my back. But then you are a Gunny, backbone of the services, that pledge and die so we may be free.

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            • 🍺Gunny66 says:

              Semper Fi….A2

              Also as stated…spent much time in South Korea , Japan, and China..I just adore Asia…just me I guess… especially…China…many friends there.

              No issues…too much subjectivity around here lately…

              No worries….😎

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  17. GB Bari says:

    Good interview. No new information but a chance for PDJT to reiterate the points he made during the earlier presser. Couple of observations:

    1. The joint military exercises (“war games”) are only on hold while Kim displays his adherence to the terms of the Agreement. POTUS used the word “if”….

    2. No indication if the few additional actions the President identified that Kim accepted at the end of the meeting but were not detailed in the Letter, would be added to a revised version of said Letter, signed by both parties.

    3. President Trump cautiously avoids being detail-specific in both the international presser and this interview. Many of his responses to questions about what Kim committed to doing were worded so as to avoid “how”, or “when”. This appears to be smart strategy to allow those details to continue to evolve, while also foiling the nefarious American eneMedia who are overly eager to find fault in every aspect of this achievement.

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    • Donzo says:

      I 100% back Team Trump and understand they would be criticized no matter the outcome. That said, I do think the PR game could have been handled better to proactively avert negative spin. They should’ve highlighted a NORK concession in exchange for cancelling the war games. Prior to the summit it was true that we have up nothing to get there. After the summit that was no longer the case.

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      • Mia C says:

        We’ve given up nothing. You don’t practice for war while trying to show good faith negotiating for peace. It’s common sense and common courtesy. But I’m ready to do something. It’s a negotiation. We’re supposed to give to get, and have a win-win. So if we de-escalate our military, stop the war games and commit to a fair trade deal that would all be great. Plus get Asian investment on board as soon as possible. Only the Leftwing media would rather have nuclear war than a clear win like winding down a war footing in exchange for a nuke-free Korean peninsula.

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  18. no-nonsense-nancy says:

    It’s a marvel just how huge our earth is when you consider how fast the planes go and how long it takes for the flights.
    Thank you Sundance for bringing this all to us. There is really only one site I need to visit.

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  19. White Apple says:

    If Kim was smart he would look to Trump for advice how to transform his Country economically. What better teacher than self made billionaire Donald Trump. Kim gets Trump advice for free and what better advisor in the World. Kim could get “North Korea Great Finally” in a heartbeat.

    Liked by 2 people

  20. Heika says:

    Has President Trump lost weight? Did anyone else notice?

    Liked by 3 people

  21. Zippy says:

    The mood was much more friendly going into the face-to-face talk than after it. The slam by Trump at dinner tells me things didn’t go as well as planned:

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  22. Caius Lowell says:

    PDJT is such a stuuuuud! Thank God for PDJT!

    Liked by 1 person

  23. Jealousy among liberals will kill them eventually!

    Liked by 4 people

  24. He is on to the fake news again! Go get them President!

    Liked by 2 people

    • joeknuckles says:

      That will get a big reaction. “Our country’s biggest enemy”. Yep, that should do the trick. It is 100% correct.

      Liked by 3 people

      • litenmaus says:

        I have long thought that President Trump is following the playbook created by El-Sisi. El-Sisi dismantled the Muslim Brotherhood infected Egyptian media by proving in court that they were an enemy to the people of Egypt and were “sowing discord” across the country.

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    • SpanglishKC says:

      His Excellency the VSG got so much heat for saying the “press is the enemy of the people” a while back. I thought to myself that is one UNDENIABLE TRUTH! I often wished he would repeat that again and again… and here it is… 👍🏿😃👌✌🏽

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  25. world cup!

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  26. Davi says it right! Good man!

    Liked by 6 people

  27. It won’t take too much time to look into her head! Garrison’s insight!

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  28. They are all globalists and they will give Nobel prize only to globalists!

    Liked by 3 people

    • sedge2z says:

      anti-Trumpers will spew their negative opinions about President Trump and the Nobel prize, but that award is so unimportant – really unimportant – compared to POTUS achievements.
      concerning the Trump/Kim Summit, journos asked POTUS if the Nobel Peace prize was one of his goals. He said “No. My goal is PEACE”

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  29. Very funny to listen to!

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  30. Sporty says:

    O just got off the phone with the Whitehorse expressing my anger at Jim Acosta’s behavior and requesting his credentials be suspended for embarrassing our country. God Bless our President.

    Liked by 3 people

  31. I wondered about this yesterday! Any one here thought about those ex idiots!/

    Liked by 5 people

    • Pat Frederick says:

      their jealousy is paralyzing them.

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    • sedge2z says:

      Don’t get rid of those obnoxious journalists! Let’s keep our enemies close! Those rude, annoying anti-Trumpers make it easy to ID their biased ant-American opinions.
      If you think about it, their triggered TDS probably helps reasonable people experience Critical Thinking::: Factual? or Emotional? news?
      MAGA

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    • jello333 says:

      And as usual, if any of them would show even a slight big of decency, it’s pretty easy to predict which one it’ll be. From Jimmy Carter:

      “If President Trump is successful in getting a peace treaty that’s acceptable to both sides with North Korea, I think he certainly ought to be considered for the Nobel Peace Prize. I think it would be a worthy and a momentous accomplishment that no previous president has been able to realise.”

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  32. Well, Well! Finally!

    Liked by 3 people

    • sedge2z says:

      Nobel Prize nomination: Well, that’s nice, but President Trump is busy right now MAKING COUNTRIES BETTER FOR THEIR OWN PEOPLE.
      As POTUS said when asked if Nobel Peace award was his goal, he replied “PEACE is my goal”

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  33. Handsome painting of our President!

    Liked by 5 people

  34. A2 says:

    US, Mexico and Canada have won the stakes for the next World Cup. And BTW, the Russian hosted World Cup is starting tomorrow.

    Expect the MSM to be obsessed with the World Cup.

    That is their default position.

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    • G. Combs says:

      Of course — ANYTHING to keep from reporting good news about President Trump. Getting Kim to talk is good news even if it is the same merry-go-round of deceit played so often in the past.

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  35. gamecock123 says:

    I love my POTUS Donald Trump. I know, I know it without doubt, he is a man with heart and soul. You can tell alot about a person that helps people that can not help you back, that can never repay you, that can not bring you fame or glory. What Trump did with Kim Jong Un was the kindest gesture that I have every seen a President make in my life. I saw it, I mean I saw it. If anyone can remember when Clinton flew over there to rescue that Lisa Ling sister. Kim wanted a way out then, like Dennis said, nobody would listen. What a big difference between Clinton and Trump, Clinton was cold, snobby, distant . I am so moved by Trump. You know treepers, I believe animals and kids instinctively know a good person, they see fame, fortune, all that, just heart and soul…..and they way kids are drawn to Trump speaks volumes. That little boy trying to get his attention, uhmm… all I am saying is, if animals and kids dont want to be around you, there is something wrong and I dont think Id want to gang around you either.

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    • gamecock123 says:

      * meant to say little dont see the fame and fortune*

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    • Critical Mass says:

      A beautifully written tribute to President Trump. And so very true. The thing about little kids is that their reaction to people is unfiltered and spontaneous. Elderly people also love the President.

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    • Firefly says:

      Trump, like Reagan, is comfortable in his own skin. Hillary, like Obama, is always trying to be someone else. Like Reagan, even if you disagree with him at least you knew where he stood – where Hillary and Obama always told you what they thought you wanted to hear.

      Reagan had a softer personality about him- but he freaked out the left and elites just the same as Trump. Trump is a bully buster. We really need this at our moment in history. Reagan was more trusting and we might find in someday there was more to the Hinkley assasination attempt than meets the eye. Rumsfeld had an interesting interview on HW Bush and so did Haig when he took charge. I suspect Roger Stone was a great historical asset to PTrump on the Kennedy, Nixon, Reagan, Bush and Clinton goings on.

      Trump embodies many talents as well as the rough and tumble American spirit – entrepreneur, brains, guts and a big heart. PTrump is real, warts and all, with public MAGA agenda;Hillary and Obama are fake and have hidden agendas, with a polished veneer to hide behind. It’s a stark difference at first when you hear and see the real life rough edges and real in the moment dialog. Real never lives up to the fake idealism- but it’s real. The democrats who believe in the American constitutional spirit are even starting to come around.

      Kids instinctively recognize the difference; weird how so many adults seemed to have lost that ability. It’s often an important survival skill.

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  36. dharrison1125 says:

    I got curious and watched this interview. What astounded me was the comments. It seems when MSM shows an honest portrayal of our President, some of the viewers get to see what we see. Comments are from people that admit they are not or have not been fans of PDJT yet they are giving him props. Just more proof that when you stop listening to the rhetoric, you hear the truth.

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  37. Resistwemuch says:

    Trump never created the North Korea problem. He is trying to fix Obama’s mess

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  38. Resistwemuch says:

    Trump never created the North Korea problem. He is trying to fix Obama’s mess

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    • 6x47 says:

      Be fair about it – in North Korea President Trump is cleaning up Truman/Eisenhower/Kennedy/Johnson/Nixon/Ford/Carter/Reagan/Bush/Clinton/Bush2/Obama’s mess.

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  39. 6x47 says:

    So many hot takes on the Trump/Kim summit. A reality check:

    1. It’s an agreement in principle to denuclearize. Lots of work on the details yet to do.
    2. Kim Jong Un’s father, Kim Jong Il, made a pretty strong agreement with the Clinton Administration in the 1990’s about peaceful nuclear power – cameras to allow remote monitoring, on site inspections. Which he promptly reneged on when it suited him. And there wasn’t a whole lot to be done, other than imposing sanctions. Again.
    3. The repeated pattern of behavior for North Korea has been to foment a crisis, then come down in exchange for concessions and money from “the international community”. It’s not beyond the pale to suggest that Kim Jong Un is doing the same thing, but he really “upped his game”.

    In summary, while the developments are encouraging I don’t trust the rotund dictator any further than I can throw him. But I trust Trump to not be taken in by sweet words and “verification” that can be undone as easily as turning off a camera and showing a group of civilians to the door.

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  40. Mike diamond says:

    Trump,yes and yes Thank Our Lord Jesus Christ for what President Trump is doing ! robert,deniro,and cons jim Acosta are disgusting!

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  41. Simba says:

    Stunning. over here in Germany where I am the state media ZDF seem to have absoltuely no clue, but they are certain that KJU scored a big victory. Insane.

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  42. Trumpmendous says:

    While in the U.S. Navy, I was a somewhat frequent visitor to Singapore. Even though I have seen the statues of Lions along the shore of Singapore, I hadn’t really thought about what they stood for. I duck duck go’ed the meaning of the word Singapore today and was pleasantly surprised to find out that Singapore means “Lion City.”

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  43. Minnie says:

    Thank you, Mr. President 🦁

    On Hannity (XM radio) just now, UK media reporting Kim has accepted OUR President’s invitation to the United States of America 🇺🇸

    WINNING 🇺🇸🦁🇺🇸

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  44. Minnie says:

    One more thought:

    In a montage played by Hannity on XM today, one of the dunderhead mudslime media equated our beautiful Flag on display beside the NOKO Flag during the Summit as disrespectful and denigrating.

    Where was the outrage when certain so-called sports figures turned their backs or took a knee during our National Anthem in honor of our beautiful Flag? 🇺🇸

    The hypocrisy is staggering!

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  45. clipe says:

    Don’t know if this has already been posted.

    The astute Sundance at Conservative Treehouse has been pointing out for months that the trade pressure on China was the prerequisite to movement on Korea. Our expert diplomats and analysts still don’t talk about this big picture. Trump is obviously a strategic thinker, as you have to be in the business world, as in the military

    https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2018/06/the_key_to_trumps_success_in_north_korea.html

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  46. Karl Kastner says:

    If this IG report on the Clinton email “investigation” is 500 pages, the next one on the 2016 election should be 5000+!

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