Tuesday, June 12, 2018



Well, What Do YOU Make Of It?


It Should Be Interesting to See How the Market Responds Today.

The endless taunts, jibes, prevarication and calumny of the ENEMEDIA are becoming less and less relevant to American citizens. 

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Serious stuff.



Trump was right, his button is bigger.



All the more reason to walk early.





82 comments:

  1. Battlestar Galactica said

    Hilarious expression on Kim Jong-un´s face says it all when Trump asks
    photographers to make them look ´handsome and thin and perfect´


    Daily Mail [UK], by Chris Pleasance

    Kim Jong-un was caught on camera looking baffled after Trump joked about looking ´nice and handsome and thin´ during the summit in Singapore. The President made the quip as the pair sat down with their aides for a working lunch at the Capella resort on Sentosa island. As the men approached the table Trump turned to waiting photographers and asked: ´Getting a good picture everybody? So we look nice and handsome and thin and perfect?´ The camera then pans around to Kim standing at the other side of the table with a blank look on his face. The North Korean leader blinks a ...

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    1. A bit of wry good humor should never be unwelcome at ANY event no matter how serious it may be.

      Good for President Trump!

      May his tongue remain firmly planted in his cheek at every available opportuity.

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  2. Luigi Tortellini said

    Trump meets Kim: The world is safer, but Is Trump?

    Arutz Sheva [Israel],

    by Jack Engelhard

    Why is Trump running so fast? What’s the rush? It can only mean that Trump takes seriously Satchel Paige’s observation, which runs as “Don’t look back. Something might be gaining on you.” That, plus he’s a New Yorker, which is to say he is bred, trained and conditioned to move fast in a town and in a business where runner-up gets no diploma. You have to win and as president, Trump’s been chalking up his wins at an impressive pace – but why the rush? Is it to fix things before it’s too late? His successes together with his attempts to get things ...

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    1. When it comes to righting wrongs, correcting errors, solving problems and making REAL progress there is NO WAY anyone could possibly move "too fast!"

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  3. Auntie Venina said


    No more nukes! Kim Jong-un commits to complete denuclearisation
    in historic Trump meeting


    Daily Express [UK],

    by Rebecca Perring

    DONALD Trump and Kim Jong-un’s historic summit ended today with the pair signing an agreement which saw the North Korean despot commit to complete denuclearisation. In what looks like a victory for American big-stick diplomacy Kim agreed to wind down his nuclear ambitions so long as the US promised not to attack his country. Photographs of the agreement signed by both leaders, who have now left Sentosa, reveal Kim Jong-un "reaffirmed his unwavering commitment" to denuclearisation adding the "world will see a major change". The document reads: “President Trump and Chairman Kim Jong un conducted a ...

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    1. Emma and Henry Gale said

      So far s good, but it's only a piece of paper. Let's wait a year and see-if-any real action has taken place.

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  4. Until we see the details and concrete steps, as well as verification procedures on compliance it is just talk and photo ops.

    Don't trust the murderous Kim Jong Un or is dictatorial regime.

    Wait and see.

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    1. Oswald P. PentagasJune 12, 2018 at 7:20 AM

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    2. Why don't you READ and attempt to DIGEST at least a sampling of the numerous articles posted before expressing an opinion, Annie?

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    3. Oswald, I'm sorry, but we DO NOT PERMIT derogatory references to other bloggers or personal remarks of ANY kind.

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    5. Naming names is strictly forbidden.

      So is calling names.

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  5. Carlton Cameron-Smythe said


    Bigger Game than North Korean

    Donsurber.com, by Don Surber

    President Donald Trump´s Singapore thing with Kim Jong Un is a nice piece of a larger puzzle. Certainly the Korean peninsula is in a strategic location bordering China and within missile range of Russia and Japan. But as historic as ending the Korean War would be, President Trump has a larger game plan. On Saturday, he brushed aside the G7 as irrelevant, and it is with its nonsense about climate change and gender equality. Japan´s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is a stand-up guy, and maybe the new guy in Italy is too. But the others are two teenage boys and ...

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  6. Sala din Gofaq Youseff said


    Trump’s Statesmanship Surprise

    American Thinker,

    by David Prentice

    Nobody knew. None of us saw it. Amongst his biggest supporters, maybe a handful suspected it. Many of us expected the economic renewal of the US to happen. Many of us foresaw a significant roll back of Saint Barrack’s horrid, destructive agenda. A lot of us hoped for a major push back on the left. All of which we have gotten. None of us, no one I have read, no one I know, expected Donald Trump to be a giant in foreign policy. No one expected him to reshape the world. Yet Donald Trump, in a short time, is doing so. That was supposed to be one of the reasons to vote against him. He had no foreign policy experience.

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  7. Mordecai Rappahannock Terwilliger said

    ‘The World Will See a Major Change,’ Says Kim Jong Un as He and Trump Sign Comprehensive’ Document

    Cybercast News Service, by Patrick Goodenough

    Predicting a very “different” relationship with North Korea, President Trump joined Kim Jong Un in signing what he called a “very comprehensive” document, at the end of their four and a half hours of talks in Singapore on Tuesday. “The world will see a major change,” Kim said through a translator, referring too to “leaving the past behind.” When a reporter called out a question about denuclearization, Trump said, “we’re starting that process very quickly – very, very quickly. Absolutely.” “One hundred percent denuclearization?” he was asked. Trump did not answer. He also did not answer when asked whether they had ...

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  8. BREAKING:

    North Korea has agreed to 'verifiable' denuclearization after a 45 minute historic Summit meeting with President Trump!


    It has been reported that Progressives have been seen jumping off of the roof tops in New York City, and in California

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  9. Angelica Flintheart said

    Former sports star Rodman weeps during interview on sidelines of Trump-Kim summit

    Reuters, by Fathin Ungku

    SINGAPORE - Former U.S. basketball star Dennis Rodman wept during an interview in Singapore on Tuesday as he discussed unprecedented talks between the North Korean and U.S. leaders in the city-state aimed at trying to end a nuclear standoff. Rodman, who is one of a handful of Westerners to have visited reclusive North Korea and met Kim Jong Un, arrived in Singapore on Monday, the eve of the summit, declaring he was “excited to be part of it”. He was spotted by Reuters on Tuesday sitting by the pool and smoking a cigar at a hotel just over 200 meters from ...

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  10. Matthew McConaughey said

    Trump-Kim summit LIVE: President predicts ‘TERRIFIC relationship’ as leaders begin talks

    Daily Express [UK], by Matthew Robinson

    NORTH Korea’s despotic leader Kim Jong-un is set to meet US president Donald Trump tonight at a historic summit in Singapore, with the world holding its breath as the two live-wire leaders go head-to-head. It will mark the first time the ruling leaders of North Korea and the US will have met since the establishment of the hermit state following the Korean War in the early 1950s. Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un are set to meet at 2am tonight, with bilateral discussions set to be held in Singapore. While hopes for a denuclearisation or peace deal are low, both sides have spoken ...

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  11. Now, they are in a pure fucking panic. Desperately trying to spin this to make Trump look bad. Oh, they will. They already are, and their demented sheep are of course following right along.

    In less than two years isis is gone, no longer part of the globalist TPP scam, economy booming, jobs coming back to America, the 70 year armistice is over, and NK has given up their nuclear aspirations.

    IN LESS THAN TWO YEARS.

    Now, lets all have a nice hardy disrespectful laugh at the left and their feeble fucking weak attempts at spinning this

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  12. John Bennett Rampartison said


    Trump, Kim confident but body language reveals nerves at first meeting

    Reuters, by Sam Holmes, Miral Fahmy

    SINGAPORE - In their first moments of meeting each other, U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un both sought to project a sense of command as they began a historic summit in Singapore, according to a body language expert. Karen Leong, Managing Director of Singapore-headquartered Influence Solutions, said the first 60 seconds showed both leaders seeking to take charge in their encounter. “Their handshake seems to be between peers,” she said. “Trump seemed to be very aware of this, that he needed to up the stakes and be seen that he is the leader.” Trump did most of ...

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  14. The Truth Has Been SpokenJune 12, 2018 at 7:55 AM

    After 40 Years of Obama, George W. Bush , Clinton, George H. W. Bush, and Carter, NOTHING was able to be done with North Korea. Until 18 months of Donald J. Trump came along.

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    1. YES! And for that we should all give thanks to Almighty God.

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  15. The Pink PantherJune 12, 2018 at 8:03 AM

    During the signing ceremony Chairman Kim praised Trump:

    KIM JONG UN: Today we had a historic meeting and decided to leave the past behind and we are about to sign a historic document. The world will see a major change. I would like to express my gratitude to President Trump to make this meeting happen. Thank you

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    1. It sounds very good, BUT given North Korea's historic bad performance in the past 70 years, I believe we should remain skeptical, until cincrete changes for the better have truky benn made. Right now it's still all "talk."

      Maintaining a policy of Cautious Opitmism wuld be my recommendation.

      PEACE THROUGH STRENGTH, indeed, but the corollary there is TRUST BUT VERIFY.

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  16. And as far as the G-7 meeting... Do you libs have a problem with an American President having an America First attitude?

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    1. Obviously they do. The Left has been pushing an "America Last" agenda for many decades. The GOP has been complaisant. Our PEOPLE have finally awakened and gotten thoroughly fed up with all of that, and THAT is why we elected President Trump.

      The ESTABLISHMENT and their myrmidons better known as the ENEMEDIA know their time is at hand. That, of course, is why they are making more NOISE than ever before.

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  17. Advice to Barack Hussein Obama...
    You want a nuclear-free North Korea? You want a World of Peace? Look at president Trump and learn! And see how it’s done! It’s called Peace through strength. NOT capitulation, and not paying ransoms.

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  19. "Nothing has actually been accomplished"?

    NO PLANE FILLED WITH CASH HAD BEEN DELIVERED, IF THAT'S WHAT YOU MEAN.

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  20. You leftist idiots are so pissed off that the president has actually done what he said he's do that you don't know what to do or day next!
    How can you possibly say that "Nothing has actually been accomplished"? What exactly did you expect to see happen?
    Yet Obama and every president since failed to do what Trump has done. I hope it gives all of you heart attacks. Never have I seen such SCUM hate success like you leftist animals do.
    Do us all a favor and stay in that Progressive shit-hole where you came from!

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  21. Ever since President Trump was elected the left has been rooting against America?

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  22. CNN and the rest of the #RESTISTANCE are already bawling about how the North Korea gulags are still open and how this deal has no details.

    Democratas dont realize how tired we are of this shit. This was a first meeting. Staffers work out the details and it could take years.

    President Trump, unlike the petty tinpot dictator he replace, will bring this agreement to congress for approval.

    It is refreshing to have a President who restores constitutional order.

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  23. Thank You Samantha Bee, and especially Robert Di Niro for showing the country and the world what rabid, Vulgar, jackass’s you Lefties are.
    Thank You for showing the world what a load of morons Hollywood is for standing up and applauding a has-been freak Saying “F” you to the President of the United States of America.

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  24. Giovanni "Bastardo" McShame said

    Nancy Pelosi hits Trump for receiving ´vague promises´ from Kim Jong Un
    on denuclearization


    Washington Examiner, by Al Weaver

    President Trump got nothing more than "vague promises" from North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un that do not show a clear pathway to denuclearization as part of their deal Tuesday morning, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., said. Pelosi said the president moved in "haste" to get a deal with Kim after announcing that the North Koreans will move on denuclearization, which Trump says will "go very quickly." “Nuclear nonproliferation is a pillar of America’s national security. We respect any serious and real diplomatic efforts to achieve that goal on the Korean peninsula," Pelosi said in a statement hours after ...

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  25. Figalena Jackson said


    Jaws drop when Jim Acosta busts up historic moment for peace with disgraceful inappropriate questions

    BizPac Review

    by Renee Hayes

    Will it finally be the end for Jim Acosta’s White House press credentials? Civilized Americans eager to see an end to a decades-long contentious relationship with North Korea were mortified to hear a “journalist” yell out a combative questions at a highly inappropriate time…“Did you talk about Otto Warmbier, sir?” (Video) Acosta’s antics during the moment when President Trump and Kim Jong Un sat down to sign a joint declaration after discussing peace between nations didn’t end there. Prior to asking about Warmbier and after Kim Jung Un had expressed his desire “to put the past behind us,” Acosta blurted ...

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  26. B. Wildersall said

    Trump Told Kim to View the Future´From a Real Estate Perspective´

    Cybercast News Service, by Susan Jones

    At his meeting with Kim Jong Un, President Trump played a videotape of what the future could look like in a freer and more prosperous North Korea. He said the North Koreans seemed very interested in it: But that was a version of what could happen, what could take place. As an example, they have great beaches. You see that whenever they are exploding their cannons into the ocean, right? I said, boy, look at that view. Wouldn´t that make a great condo behind--? And I explained, I said, you know, instead of doing that you could have the best ...

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    1. That strategy could have well been effective!

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    2. Yes. Hope springs eternal.

      We must all strive to keep Hope alive.

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  27. Photos: These Singaporeans
    LOVE President Trump


    Daily Caller, by Justin Caruso

    President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un both arrived in Singapore for their much-awaited summit. Some people in Singapore showed just how much they appreciate President Trump’s efforts to make peace. President Trump will meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un Tuesday, Singapore time. It will take place around 9:00 p.m. EST. The two leaders will discuss possibly officially ending the Korean War as well as denuclearizing the Korean peninsula. The two men will possibly also pose for a photo op together. Kim Jong-un arrived in the country, as well, meeting with the Singapore Prime Minister Lee

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  28. Probably much was posturing.

    But who knows at this point. Nobody for certain, IMO.

    Now it's a matter of wait and see.

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    1. The above said, I believe that what has happened is a net plus for America.

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    2. Frasquita Frisco Valedictoriana said

      I’d be curious as to all of your thoughts on what happened yesterday. We committed to giving up exercises with South Korea effective immediately, and what did North Korea give? Of course we can always turn the exercises on again, and in any clash, someone has to make the first move to compromise, but with a history of promises that have turned out to be meaningless, this doesn’t bode well. Also, the absence of anything about ending the war or Japanese abductees were to me glaring omissions. Maybe the thought is to prioritize denuclearization and get to the other matters later, but I’d rather retrieve live Japanese before the remains of Americans.

      What bothered me most was President Trump’s use of the word “provocative“ in reference to the exercises, which comes straight from China’s mouth. They must be ecstatic. I don’t know why he would give them that, especially when the exercises are legitimately defensive.

      I went into this very happy, very optimistic, and maybe there is still reason to be so. But NHK World did a retrospective of relations with North Korea, and given the ebb and flow over the decades of making promises and breaking them, I understand why my Japanese friends are so cynical about what’s happening now.

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  29. Progessor Giles Larrabie said

    Cheese-and Hennesey-obsessed Kim Jong Un
    is served prawns, stuffed cucumber and Haagen-
    Dazs at historic summit with Trump–as president
    begs photographers to make guests look*


    Daily Mail (UK), by Geoff Earle

    North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un and President Donald Trump were treated to a six-course meal that included three deserts – including Haagen-Dazs vanilla ice cream – at their historic summit. It was the kind of gut-busting meal that could bring mutual camaraderie – not that either leader is watching his weight. ´Get a good picture everybody so we look nice and handsome and thin. Perfect,´ Trump told photographers and a Singapore government TV crew at the start of the lunch. Kim reportedly has packed on weight so he could emulate his powerful grandfather. Trump notched just below obese in his

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  30. St. Vitus Tanzer said

    Obama-era diplomat calls North Korea´s promises ´warm and fuzzy pile of
    generalities´ and professor says it´s ´vague´ as commentators warn Trump´s*


    Daily Mail [UK], by Geoff Earle

    President Donald Trump labeled North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un a ´worthy negotiator´ and a ´very smart negotiator´ after their historic meeting – and many Korea experts believe Kim got the better end of the bargain. Many experts parsing over the joint statement released by the two men following their meeting in Singapore have found the paper they inked lacking in specifics – and lacking explicit language that might lead to verifiable compliance by a regime that has flaunted similar agreements in the past. Mintaro Oba, a Korea expert who served in the State Department under President Obama, dismissed the joint statement as ...

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  31. Claradeluna Lipschitz said

    Back-slapping Trump summit legitimises Kim, say critics

    Agence France-Presse, by Richard Carter

    Singapore - A historic handshake in front of US and North Korean flags, a solemn signing ceremony and back-slapping compliments: critics charge that US President Donald Trump has legitimised Kim Jong Un on the world stage. The photo opportunity the world was waiting to see -- the two leaders clasping hands -- has also been a goal of the Kim dynasty for decades. And analysts noted that Trump was treating as an equal a man who only a few months ago seemed to be tipping the world towards nuclear war and whose regime has been accused of horrendous human rights ...

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  32. I’m boycotting everything that Robert Di Niro does in Broadway, Hollywood, and his Restaurants. He has been acting like a spoiled idiot overstepping his opinions onto the rest of us. I personally don’t care what they think about anything. And I’m embarrassed to be in the same country as he is in.

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  33. Tonto Gpldstein said

    Trump-Kim Battle Of Body Language: Who Got The Upper Hand(shake)?

    Daily Wire, by Joseph Curl

    Almost as soon as President Trump and Kim Jong Un had finished their historic handshake, "experts" began analyzing who got the upper hand and what the body language of the two men really meant. " ´Alpha male´ handshakes as Trump, Kim meet, but body language shows some nerves," Reuters wrote. In their first moments of meeting each other, U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un both sought to project a sense of command but displayed some anxiety at the start of their high-stakes summit in Singapore.Body language experts said that in the 13 seconds or so

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  34. Terrence Tancredo of Torrance said


    Don’t Buy Establishment Media’s Sudden
    Concern for ‘Human Rights’ in North Korea


    Breitbart Big Journalism, by John Nolte

    The establishment media have one simple principle when it comes to dictators and human rights: If the dictator makes Republicans look bad (or Democrats look good), the media do not give a damn about human rights. North Korea is not only the most recent example, it is one of the most striking. Oh, sure the other examples of dictators the media love are endless — Fidel Castro, Hugo Chavez, Hassan Rouhani, Bashar al-Assad, Mohamed Morsi, Robert Mugabe, Saddam Hussein, and the Soviet Union — but when you look at today’s media narrative about human rights in North Korea, never let ///

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  35. See How Fake News Got It So Wrong Regarding Trump & North Korea (VIDEO)

    DCWhispers, by Staff

    Once again (those paying attention have since lost track of how many times) the Establishment (Fake) Media was wildly removed from reality when it plastered its anti-Trump propaganda over the airwaves and front pages. From CNN to the New York Times, they declared President Trump was pushing us toward nuclear war. None of that speculation was based on fact, though. It was merely more fodder for the anti-Trump elites. Trump knew better. So too did his millions of supporters. (Snip—headlines )The above was the lie. The following video depicts reality: ...

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    1. Rosa and Samson Strozc said

      The enemedia didn´t get it wrong, they wanted Trump to fail therefore they preached failure.

      Just like we wanted Obama to fail but we played nice guy and waited patiently for eight years to find somebody to pick up the pieces of that failure. The converse is that the media preached success for Obama and made themselves a laughingstock time after time. They are doing it all over again.

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    2. Sarajane Schadenfreude said

      It would be interesting to see what news reports of the summit were written and posted before the meeting vs. those written after & based on facts. IIRC Singapore is 14 hours ahead of us, so a little trickery could easily slip notice. Just curious, tin foil still in Reynold´s box ; )

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  36. IF China does not support NK in their quest for weapons of mass destruction, then it is a simple answer. NK has a choice of peace or war(going it alone) and they can't even feed their army in peacetime, which means there is only one answer. Peace.

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      Witless derogation, and insipid platitudes are roundly discouraged.

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  38. Already we are seeing what can only be considered differences in interpretation of certain aspects of the summit "agreement".

    It is going to get interesting as we wait to see the results on the ground moving forward.

    Call me the hopeful skeptic.

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  39. Donald Trump And Kim Jong-Un Sign A Historic Agreement At Their Summit In Singapore – But All The Mainstream Media Can Do Is Whine And Complain

    First two paragraphs from the above link:

    Donald Trump just did what no other president in U.S. history was able to do. He actually sat down with the leader of North Korea, and at the conclusion of the approximately four hour summit meeting they both signed an agreement which calls for the United States to provide “security guarantees” to North Korea and which calls for the “complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula”. It was a truly historic day and a truly historic outcome, and yet all the mainstream media in the United States could do was whine and complain. Throughout their coverage, mainstream media reporters continually tried to put an anti-Trump spin on things. They claimed that the agreement did not have the “specific wording” that experts were looking for, they pointed out that other agreements in the past have failed, and they continually insisted that the Trump administration was giving Kim Jong-Un too much respect.

    Even when something positive was reported, it had to be immediately followed up with a downer.


    All the stitch and bitch is unseemly.

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      That means you, Annie.

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  41. Jerrold Farquhar-Jamison said

    The Key to Trump´s Success in North Korea

    American Thinker, by Karin McQuillan

    Who would have thought a real estate developer from New York City, famous for plastering his name in big letters on his buildings, would be a champion in foreign policy? Big surprise: It turns out that being confident, tough, and aggressive works well for a president dealing with dangerous pipsqueaks like ISIS and North Korea. Trump isn´t intimidated by anybody. Not by business rivals, not by critics, not by rogue FBI agents, not by foreign leaders. Certainly not by failed experts who urge meekness, caution, and limited goals. Our president is devoted to one thing: winning for America. He does listen to ...

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  42. Mollie Coddler said

    The Transformation of Kim Jong Un

    The Week, by Marc Ambinder

    On Tuesday, President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un ended their historic summit in Singapore with a handshake and the joint signing of a vague but important document. In said document, Trump agreed to provide security guarantees to North Korea. Kim recommitted himself to "complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula." Whether or not these agreements will hold remains to be seen. But another pertinent process to observe in the wake of this meeting is the loosening of Kim´s shadow self, and the unleashing onto the world of the political leader he wishes to be. Kim wants to transform into ...

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  43. Clarissa Harlowe said

    Trump Has Accomplished More Than Clinton, Bush, and Obama Combined, and This is Hust the Beginning

    Fox News, by Newt Gingrich

    With his historic summit Tuesday with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, President Trump has once again done something astounding and unpredictable. Yet, the surprise over the sudden summit should not have come as a surprise at all. By now we should be used to President Trump surprising us. Consider his record over the last four years. Four years ago, in June 2014, almost no one would have dreamed Donald J. Trump would be a serious candidate for president. Then, nearly three years ago, when he announced his candidacy on June 16, 2015, almost no one thought he could be ...

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  44. Clayton Howell-McCleod said


    NYT Columnist Attacks Trump for Fulfilling His Wish

    Donsurber.com, by Don Surber

    Last fall, the New York Times sent columnist Nicholas Kristof and three others to North Korea. His October 5 column was ominous, "Inside North Korea, and Feeling the Drums of War." Nuclear war is near, he warned, blaming Kim Jong Un and President Trump equally. "Far more than when I previously visited, North Korea is galvanizing its people to expect a nuclear war with the United States. High school students march in the streets in military uniform every day to denounce America. Posters and billboards along the public roads show missiles destroying the U.S. Capitol and shredding the American flag. ...

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  45. ith North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, President Trump has once again done something astounding and unpredictable. And so has Robert Di Niro.

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  47. Jared McKellway said


    If Obama had talked to Kim Jong-un,
    MSM would´ve swooned


    Washington Times, by Joseph Curl

    Just hours after President Trump had concluded his historic summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un, the consensus from the mainstream media was that the whole event was a big nothingburger. Mr. Trump won no hard concessions, the MSM said — nothing concrete on denuclearization, on human rights violations. In fact, said the talking heads and political pundits, the things Mr. Kim pledged to undertake in a multipoint agreement signed by both leaders have all been agreed to before. What’s more, said the MSM, Mr. Trump had just legitimized Mr. Kim by deigning to meet with him, elevating his status to that of a world

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  48. The Singapore summit was a huge win for Trump, the left have no defense other than to spin it negative which makes them look even more petty and sour puss.

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    1. I would call it "A Good Start," –– a VERY good start in fact –– but how successful it will be in the long run remains to be seen.

      "Never count your chickens before they're hatched."

      That always good advice. };-)>

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  49. The video President Trump has produced for the occasion represent the kind of fresh thinking and different approaches we need from government.

    Even get a really crappy song stuck in your head? Annoying, you can't think... That is our government: An annoying, distracting, unproductive song stuck in our heads, looping over and over.

    President Trump brings a fresh approach to government, and that is what is driving everyone crazy. Olde Europe hates it, Democrats hate it, Republicans hate it...

    If any of these new approaches succeed, it spells disaster for the status quo and the (failed) traditional approach to governing, and that gores a hell of a lot of oxen.

    * - Pardon me for not effusively praising President Trump, but I beg the editorial board's indulgence.

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    1. The noxious earworm in this case is The Mueller Witch Hunt created, promoted and endlessly trumpeted round the clock every day ever since it became evident that Mr. Trump COULD win the election. This nucleus of a deadly form of CANCER only INTENSIFIED then METASTASIZED as soon as he DID win supposedly against all odds.

      We've heard about little –– almost NOTHING –– ELSE, since.

      I was not all that enamored of Mr. Trump when he first threw his proverbual hat into the proverbial ring, but at this point I am absolutely BESOTTED by him, because his vast army of detractors are SO vicious, SO vile, SO blind to goodness, wisdom and truth,, SO wicked –– and SO incredibly STUPID –– Mr. Trump has become a great HERO simply for standing up to them with aplomb, while repelling the myriad slings and arrows that come his way every hour of every day.

      The guy is a latter day COLOSSUS. I have come to see him as Our Last Best Hope –– possiby our ONLY hope..

      If Mr. TRUMP fails, our NATION fails, our FREEDOM will be lost, and the United states of America, as founded, will soon be swept into the dustbin of history.

      Our descendants will all be SLAVES to the monstrous Soviet-style Peoples Republik Mondial governed by ruthless, heartless, super-rich, godless, unprincipled Oligarchs.


      For those reasons I will no longer tolerate anyone who says a single WORD against him.

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  50. In the words of Charlie Sheen, I must say this:"WINNING!!!" (Charlie Sheen was one of a handful of Hollywood elites who actually supported Trump.) GOD ALMIGHTY has His hand in this. He told a prophet that He is fed up with the thieves looting and plundering the USA, and it's about to end. I believe Kim Jong Un saw the writing on the wall, and the prayer warriors are about to see their prayers answered during Donald Trump's 2 terms.

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    1. I forgot to say that the prophet who saw Donald Trump winning the 2016 election also saw Trump making history around the world as he negotiated with other nations. The world is about take him seriously as he stands up to the thieves plundering our treasury. In my thoughts, 1 of 2 things might happen in North Korea: If Kim Jong Un turns to Jesus Christ as his Savior, the deals he makes with The United States and Donald Trump will make North Korea prosper and perhaps cause a reuniting with South Korea. If he doesn't turn to Jesus Christ, the legions of demons will feed greed and cause trouble with the possibility of having Kim Jong Un being removed off the face of this earth.

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