President Trump crosses line into North Korea

President Trump crosses line into North Korea

In a made-for-television event with more symbolism than substance, President Donald Trump met Sunday with Kim Jong Un in the Demilitarized Zone.

A social media request for a quick handshake turned historic Sunday when President Donald Trump became the first U.S. president to set foot in North Korea during a meeting in the Demilitarized Zone with Kim Jong Un.

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  1. u13erfitz

    A lot of diplomatic relationships are about shaking hands and getting people to trust you. We gotta get nk to trust our word. Remember we are still technically at war. I know it doesn’t seem like much but if you change the relationship from shoot first to let’s talk first that’s huge progress.

  2. denise bartz

    More distractions from Russia, US SENATE, committed treason yet AGAIN, NOT PASSING congressional approval to attack Iran, who Trump provoked by sanctioning Iran for NO REASON, PUTIN AND HIS BEST FRIEND TRUMP SHOULD BE IN ICC

  3. kev pared

    to any homophobic remarks trying to 'hurt' either of these men, you're actively being anti gay for a pro-war agenda. you realise that right? hate the guy all you want, but the aim for peace in that peninsula is a noble cause, you have to give it to him. and don't be homophobic

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