Trump to Greet Three Americans Freed by North Korea at 2 A.M. Thursday

In a gesture of goodwill prior to the Trump-Kim summit, Kim Jong Un has freed three Asian-American prisoners.

It was only a few months ago that the press and leftist Twitter were harping on how Trump’s recklessness would cause a new Korean War.

Winning! Trump gets another laugh at the expense of leftards.

New Secretary of State Mike Pompeo Expected to Return from Nork Trip with Three American Prisoners

The three Americans that Mike Pompeo is expected to help free are all Asians, probably Koreans. You may recall that Otto Warmbier was released by the Norks, but soon died after returning in a vegetative state.

The expected prisoner release is intended to build good will with the Trump administration by providing it with bragging rights in the face of a hostile press.

CNBC

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is expected to return with three Americans held in North Korea, a South Korean presidential official said on Wednesday.

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Trump Touted for Nobel Peace Prize (aka Shabbos Goy Award) for Peace in Korea

The Jew’s Nobel Peace Prize certainly lost its luster when Barack Obama won the award for being a Negro (half a one anyway).

However, anything that offers a propaganda victory to An American president hated by the world’s nonwhite population and by American Jews is OK with me.

My instinct is that most Americans still think the Nobel Peace Prize is a significant achievement, even after Obama forever tainted it.

Thus, if Trump is awarded it, he should show up in Stockholm with bells on and speech that shocks and offends the globalists.

Newsweek

With the unthinkable now cautiously possible, peace between North and South Korea, speculation about President Donald Trump becoming a Nobel Peace Prize winner has begun. If peace in the Korean Peninsula truly happens, the Nobel committee could be left with a difficult choice regarding Trump’s candidacy.

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Little Rocket Man Strolls Across DMZ into S. Korea, Offering Peace Deal and Denuclearization

THE SOUTH GAVE KIM THE RED CARPET TREATMENT.

It wasn’t long ago that the press was playing a different tune regarding Kim Jong Un.

Remember when Trump dubbed him Little Rocket Man in a UN speech? And Kim called Trump a dotard.

Kim was accused of sending out two women spies to kill his brother.

There were the frequent missile tests and detonations of nukes too.

Hawaii had a missile attack scare (caused by an idiot Hawaiian employee who screwed up).

The press was alive with claims from experts that Trump was going to cause World War III, or at least a new Korean War.

The difference a little time makes, combined with a president who doesn’t kowtow to foreign leaders the way Obama did.

Following the story, let’s consult with someone who is alarmed at what may happen next.

Sky News

North and South Korea have agreed to a “complete denuclearisation” of their peninsula in historic talks between the two leaders.

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Trump’s CIA Director Mike Pompeo Secretly Flew to North Korea to Meet Kim Jong Un as Trump Confirms He has Personally Spoken to Little Rocket Man

President Trump has nominated Mike Pompeo to be his new Secretary of State. Pompeo’s reputation is that of a warmonger. He is hostile to everything Russian, as documented by The Ron Paul Institute

For once Code Pink may be right:

However, this big news on Tuesday night means that it’s highly likely that Trump and the leader of North Korea will meet.

I hope Little Rocket Man understands the intricacies of the (((Deep State.))) Dictators who fall into the American orbit often end up dead, like Sadam Hussein, or demonized, like Vladimir Putin, who really isn’t a dictator.

CBS News

CIA Director Mike Pompeo met directly with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, The Washington Post reported Tuesday night. The Post reported the two met over Easter weekend, citing two people with direct knowledge of the trip.

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Trump surprise trip to DMZ thwarted by fog

With American President Donald Trump you have a good cop and a bad cop all wrapped up in the same guy.

Some people say that Trump is crazy.

He is. Crazy like a fox.

It’s too bad his DMZ visit had to end with his chopper turning back because of fog. There would have been some good sound bites that we’ll never get to hear now.

MSN

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Softening his aggressive rhetoric, at least for the moment, President Donald Trump stood on South Korean soil Tuesday and urged North Korea to come to the negotiating table. But plans for a surprise visit by Trump to the heavily fortified Korean demilitarized zone on Wednesday were thwarted by fog.

Trump had been scheduled to make the unannounced morning trip to the DMZ amid heightened tensions between the United States and North Korea over Pyongyang’s nuclear program. His helicopter was forced to turn back to Seoul due to bad weather near the border.

Press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said the president was disappointed he couldn’t make the trip — and “pretty frustrated.” A White House official had earlier ruled out the trip, claiming Trump didn’t have time on his schedule and that DMZ visits have become “a little bit of a cliché.”

Visiting the border that has separated the North and South for 64 years has become something of a ritual for U.S. presidents trying to demonstrate their resolve against North Korea’s ever-escalating aggression. Every American president since Ronald Reagan, save for George H.W. Bush, has made the trip, peering across the barren north through binoculars, hearing broadcast propaganda, and reaffirming their commitment to standing with the South.

The attempted visit was scheduled for a day after Trump made a striking shift in tone for a president, who for months has issued increasingly dire threats to answer any hostile North Korean action with “fire and fury.” In a recent speech at the United Nations, Trump said he would “totally destroy” the nation, if necessary, and has derided Kim as “little Rocket Man.”

But on Tuesday, his first day on the Korean Peninsula as president, Trump said he’d seen “a lot of progress” in dealing with Pyongyang, though he stopped short of saying whether he wanted direct diplomatic talks.

“It makes sense for North Korea to come to the table and make a deal that is good for the people of North Korea and for the world,” Trump said at a news conference with South Korean president Moon Jae-in. “I do see certain movement.” He also sounded an optimistic note on disagreements with the North, saying confidently, if vaguely: “Ultimately, it’ll all work out.”

Ever the showman, Trump had teased that he had a surprise in store, saying at a Tuesday evening banquet that he had an “exciting day” planned — “for many reasons that people will find out.” He did not elaborate on what turned out to be the aborted trip to the DMZ.

By now, you should know the routine.

Trump is not an Obama or a Bush. Actually, those two were rather similar in their policies and personalities, sometimes referred to as Bushbama.

The reporter who inserted the word “showman” into this story got it right. And with Little Rocket Man also being a showman, there’s every possibility that both Trump and Kim could grab headlines by becoming best pals.

Trump Rejects Diplomacy to Rein in North Korea, Says “only one thing will work”

When presidents seek to improve their standing in the polls, they go to war. All of them do it. Now, unless he’s bluffing in a high stakes game of poker where the loser is annihilated, President Trump has hinted that he’s going to war.

Trump ran for office on a peace platform. He should try harder to live up to the promises he made to the voters.

France 24

WASHINGTON (AFP) –
US President Donald Trump said Saturday that diplomatic efforts with North Korea have consistently failed, adding that “only one thing will work.”

Trump has engaged in an escalating war of words with North Korean strongman Kim Jong-Un, trading insults amid rising tensions between the two nuclear-armed rivals.

“Presidents and their administrations have been talking to North Korea for 25 years, agreements made and massive amounts of money paid,” Trump tweeted.

It “hasn’t worked, agreements violated before the ink was dry, makings fools of U.S. negotiators. Sorry, but only one thing will work!”

The US has not ruled out the use of force to compel Pyongyang to halt missile and nuclear tests, and Trump has threatened to “totally destroy” the country.

The mercurial American president also told journalists at a recent gathering with military leaders to discuss Iran, North Korea, and the Islamic State group that this “could be the calm before the storm,” declining to clarify his remarks.

Last week, as Secretary of State Rex Tillerson flew home from meeting with top Chinese officials, Trump tweeted that his envoy was “wasting his time” in trying to probe North Korea’s willingness to talk.

The message came after Tillerson had revealed there were backchannels between US and North Korean officials.

Ron Paul concisely describes how to end the “crisis”:

Here’s how to solve the seven-decade old crisis: pull all US troops out of South Korea; end all military exercises on the North Korean border; encourage direct talks between the North and South and offer to host or observe them with an international delegation including the Russians and Chinese, which are after all Korea’s neighbors.

The schoolyard insults back and forth between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-Un are not funny. They are in fact an insult to all of the rest of us!

Twitter is responding to the escalating crisis.