President Donald Trump stunned the world by meeting with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un earlier in the year.
“Anyone can make war, but only the most courageous can make peace,” Trump said during the Singapore summit that made history.
It is beginning to look like Trump’s risk has paid off. Even as the deep state and mainstream media desperately try to throw a wrench into Trump’s diplomatic progress, the relationship between Trump and Kim has only strengthened over the past several months.
Now the two strong nationalist leaders are ready to meet once again, showing the globalists how peace talks are done!
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders told reporters yesterday that Kim delivered a very “warm, very positive letter” to Trump in recent days requesting another summit. Trump is apparently on the same page.
“It’s something that we want to take place and are already working on making that happen,” Sanders said.
Although there have been some bumps in the road during negotiations which prompted Trump to cancel Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s scheduled trip to North Korea, that has not sabotaged the bromance between Trump and Kim who remain tight as the process continues.
“He said very strongly that we want to denuclearize North Korea during President Trump’s tenure,” Trump told a rally of supporters in Billings, MT.
The Trump administration also points to the fact that North Korea didn’t use ballistic missiles in a recent military parade, a move that shows they are moving in the right direction toward denuclearization.
“The recent parade in North Korea, for once, was not about their nuclear arsenal,” Sanders said. “The president has achieved tremendous success with his policies so far. And this letter was further evidence of progress in that relationship.”
Even globalist observers are amazed at the progress behind made by President Trump with regards to North Korea.
“Kim has concluded he needs to make a deal with Trump,” said Sue Mi Terry, who studies Korea at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, to the Washington Post. “He’s the only person who would get to a peace treaty. It’s the one and only opportunity for North Korea to achieve the thing they always thought they needed to have.”
If the progress continues unabated, it may be time to award President Trump a Nobel Peace Prize. Perhaps Obama’s could be revoked, re-purposed and given to a man who actually deserves it!