WATCH: Trump Becomes First POTUS To Enter North Korea, New Press Secretary Is Assaulted By Guards

WATCH: Trump Becomes First POTUS To Enter North Korea, New Press Secretary Is Assaulted By Guards

Donald Trump became the first sitting United States president to enter North Korea. This never would’ve happened under Hillary Clinton.

45 has single-handedly averted a nuclear showdown with the hermit kingdom via his actions.

Trump brought up the subject of meeting with Kim Jong Un earlier this week during the G20 conference in Osaka, Japan. He noted on Twitter and elsewhere that he could easily stop by North Korea on his way home if Kim Jong Un would be open to the idea of meeting, and did mention the DMZ.

“After some very important meetings, including my meeting with President Xi of China, I will be leaving Japan for South Korea (with President Moon). While there, if Chairman Kim of North Korea sees this, I would meet him at the Border/DMZ just to shake his hand and say Hello(?)!” the President tweeted on Friday.

Clearly, Kim Jong Un took him up on his offer.

“I was very surprised to hear about your offer on the tweet and only late in the afternoon I was able to confirm your invitation. I had wanted to meet you again and especially for both Koreas, this place is a sign of unfortunate history of the past,” Kim Jong Un is reported as saying.

Here’s the report on new White House Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham reportedly being roughed up by North Korean guards…

The new White House press secretary, Stephanie Grisham, got into a scuffle with North Korean officials on Sunday during a chaotic scene outside a meeting room where US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un talked privately.

A source at the scene said Grisham got in “an all out brawl” with North Korean officials as American and North Korean reporters were hustled in to view the summit. Grisham was bruised a bit in the scuffle, the source added.

Grisham could be seen after the episode directing reporters outside the building in which Kim and Trump met, and she was later seen looking no worse for wear as she accompanied the President at the DMZ.

Democrat Senator Jeff Merkley (OR) decided to send a vicious tweet aimed at Trump during his recent summit with North Korean tyrant Kim Jong-Un.

Trump was in Vietnam, at the time.

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Don’t tell that to Merkley, though. He’s still not aware that the economy is booming and minority unemployment is at an all-time low, apparently.

From Daily Wire:

On Wednesday, Senator Jeff Merkley (D-OR), whose leftism demanded that he refuse to answer when asked if he agreed that America should never be a socialist country, attacked President Trump with a vile tweet in which he unfavorably compared Trump to North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un.

A president and a dictator met in Hanoi. One has demanded unquestioned loyalty, bragged about his nuclear arsenal, attacked the press, and employed family members as his advisors. The other is Kim Jong-un.

Merkley’s comparison is malevolent and ignores what a monster Kim Jong-un truly is. As The Washington Post noted in 2017, Thomas Buergenthal, who served on the International Court of Justice and was in the Nazi death camp Auschwitz as a child, said Kim Jong-un should be tried for crimes against humanity. He said, “I believe that the conditions in the [North] Korean prison camps are as terrible, or even worse, than those I saw and experienced in my youth in these Nazi camps and in my long professional career in the human rights field.” Buergenthal was one member of a three-judge panel that listened to former prisoners and prison guards from North Korea and said there was enough evidence to charge the Kim regime with 10 of the 11 internationally recognized war crimes.

The Post wrote, “Anyone who questions the leaders or the system is liable to be thrown in a penal labor colony — often for life, and often together with three generations of their families to eliminate the ‘seed’ of ‘enemies of the state.’”

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