Today the United States woke up to some startling news. The Left claimed it could not be done.
Yet after months of discussion and debate, Donald Trump made history. Eh, more history, that is.
With President Trump, we are seeing milestone after milestone being reached. He is a leader who means what he says. We haven’t seen a politician work so hard to make good on his word. People like Barack Obama were all talk. They impressed us with style and charm. But when push came to shove, they did nothing to help us.
Trump is more than just talk. He can make things happen. We’ve seen that over the course of his first two years in office. President Trump has continued to fulfill his campaign promises. Even when so many forces were against him, he stuck to his guns. He is, after all, putting the American people first.
Now, this morning we’ve learned of a world-shattering development. President Trump made good on his word to meet with North Korea’s Kim Jong-un. That unprecedented meeting resulted in some big developments.
From Fox News:
President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un signed a document on Tuesday stating that Pyongyang would work toward “complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula”— a historic concession, which was one of the requirements the U.S. sought at the summit in Singapore.
The historic agreement came after the two leaders held several meetings throughout the day. Trump was asked by a reporter if Kim agreed to denuclearize and he said, “We are starting that process very quickly.”
This has been a goal for decades. Only Trump has been able to make it happen. North Korea was dead set on going to war. They were using every last resource to produce nuclear weapons. Almost every day they threatened our allies, South Korea and Japan. Not to mention us.
Look at how things are changing. After months of effort, President Trump met with Kim Jong-un. In addition to that historic moment, the two leaders signed a ground-breaking agreement. North Korea will immediately start to denuclearize. Millions of people who once feared war will now sleep easy.
But that’s only the start. It seems like Trump addressed other problems North Korea faces, including their population.
From The Right Scoop:
At his 4am press conference, Trump says he did bring up the issue of human rights with Kim Jong Un. He said it was brief compared to the issue of denuclearization, but it was discussed…
Trump was pressed on it by ABC’s Jonathan Karl, and Trump suggested that he believes Un wants to change in this regard as well and that it’s something that needs to happen to usher in the new era of North Korea.
The communist regime denies their people basic human rights. That includes no freedom of speech or religion. Christians, among others, in North Korea are horribly persecuted. If you are caught with a Bible, they will jail you (or worse).
It’s no surprise that Trump would make this a priority. The president promised economic benefits to North Korea if the denuclearized. That includes massive investment in the ailing country. Their people would benefit from new jobs, resources, and opportunity. But with that comes the need to elevate them to the same level of freedom as millions of others around the world. Be sure to see that coming soon.
To add to a day of amazing things, we learned about former NBC star Dennis Rodman and his stunning involvement in this historic event.
From The Right Scoop:
Dennis Rodman broke down crying on CNN when he talked about his role in getting to this historic day.
This isn’t the first unlikely ally Trump has. The master negotiator has friends in unexpected places. And he knows how to utilize their unique skills. Trump isn’t so proud that he wouldn’t enlist the help of an enigmatic figure like Rodman—who has a previous relationship with Kim Jong-un.
Hmm, seems like a pretty big day. Nothing like this happened in the entire 8 years of that other guy’s administration. Just saying…