President Trump Gets An Early Birthday Present During North Korea Summit

Trump’s historic meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has caused the Left to short circuit. Just a few months ago they were insisting that the President’s provocative tweets to the North Korean dictator were going to spark World War III.

Now that Trump is on the brink of denuclearizing North Korea, they are scrambling for ways to spin this story into a negative.

But while the American media is preoccupied with ways to destroy the President, the international community at large is overjoyed that Trump is working to bring peace to the Korean peninsula.

Many in Asia have been desperate for a major change, and the President is currently being welcomed to Singapore with open arms by the Prime Minister, who greeted him with a pleasant surprise as he arrived in the country.

From The Daily Mail:

Trump celebrated his 72nd birthday early today after the country’s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong presented him with a cake at lunch. Trump’s birthday is later in the week on June 14. 

Donald Trump arrived in Singapore on Monday ahead of his meeting with North Korea dictator Kim Jong Un and was presented with an early 72nd birthday cake by Singapore's Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong

At the meal, Trump told Loong that he is preparing for a ‘very interesting meeting tomorrow’ with Kim. 

‘We’ve got very interesting meeting in particular tomorrow,’ he said, ‘and I just think it’s going to work out very nicely.’

Singapore’s foreign minister tweeted a picture of Trump after the meeting grinning while being applauded by his chief of staff and secretary of state during the luncheon that was closed off to press.

The White House has confirmed that Trump, pictured having lunch with Prime Minister Loong, will speak with Kim Jong Un one-on-one when the summit gets underway

By all accounts, the meeting with Kim Jong Un has been an unprecedented success.

Many were worried when the President called off the meeting with North Korea last month, but Trump sent a strong message to Kim Jong Un by showing that he was prepared to walk away from the table if certain conditions were not being met. Now that Kim is towing the line, there’s no limit to what this meeting can accomplish.

Trump is truly the master of dealmaking.

Technically the Korean War has never officially ended, but Trump and Kim have been making great strides towards improving relations between our two countries. Their joint signing of a “comprehensive document” at the summit likely involves concessions that will lead us further down the path to peace.

Kim stated after the signing, “Today we had a historic meeting and decided to leave the past behind. The world will see a major change.”

Whether you are a Republican or a Democrat, President Trump has accomplished something that no other president has done, and should be given proper credit for this tremendous achievement.

Source: The Daily Mail

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