Summit with Trump and Kim

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Tommy379

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Trump has gotten further than any other president on North Korea.
 

Huckleberry

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Trump has gotten further than any other president on North Korea.
Like Ronaldus Magnus, he actually cares about the United States of America.
This is the kind of stuff that shows what a joke the Nobel Peace Prize is.
 

Nehemiah6

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Like Ronaldus Magnus, he actually cares about the United States of America.
This is the kind of stuff that shows what a joke the Nobel Peace Prize is.
Trump certainly cares about America, hence MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN. Looks like Western Europe has become a joke. Finally the Italians are waking up, but it may be too little too late. As for Canada, Trudeau is a TOTAL EMBARRASSMENT and the world must be laughing at Canada for allowing this clown to hold office.
 

Billyd

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I'm going to wait and see what happens. Meanwhile, I'll be praying for President Trump and Kim, and that God will bring peace to the Korean peninsular. It would be great to see our troops come home.
 
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Think the moving of the U.S. Embassy o Jerusalem is going to cause more of a stir Auntie my friend.
 

Dem

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Joh 15:19 If you were of the world, the world would love its own. But because you are not of the world, but I have chosen you out of the world, therefore the world hates you. Not concerned with the things of this world but mind the things of His kingdom
 

AuntieAnt

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Joh 15:19 If you were of the world, the world would love its own. But because you are not of the world, but I have chosen you out of the world, therefore the world hates you. Not concerned with the things of this world but mind the things of His kingdom
If you're not concerned with the things of the world, why have you posted throughout the forums your opinions regarding capitalism, fascism, socialism, communisim, a black lives matter parade in Texas, guns, police, President Trump, Trumpsters, Obama quoting scripture, etc., etc. Seems to me those are all things in the world. And it certainly looks like you're concerning yourself with them. :p

Also, just so you know, this is a news forum. It's where news is posted. :rolleyes:
 
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that's a good point AuntieAnt. Some people have to talk just for the sake of talking. Guess it makes them feel better. We are old enough now to know that. Be nice if more Christians actually spent less time talking and more time praying. We might be hearing better news
 

prove-all

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Summit with Trump and Kim, is influenced by China

Kim said the reason he withdrew from the meeting with the South was because of the
Max Thunder 2018 joint U.S.-South Korea air force exercises that were underway.

I am not buying that.

Back in April, when Kim seemed devoted to peace, the U.S. and South Korea held two
other annual joint military events: Foal Eagle and Key Resolve. Kim issued no objection
to these, and they did not hinder his visit to the South at that time. Max Thunder 2018 is
only an extension of those two previous exercises, scheduled and announced well in advance.

On March 25—before Kim’s outreach to South Korea and the United States—he made
a surprise visit to China. This was his first foreign trip since assuming power in 2011.

It was only after that historic meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping that Kim
began reaching out to America and South Korea with offers of peace.

On May 8, just before Kim began retracting all those olive branches he had offered,
he traveled to China for a second time and met with Xi again.
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China’s leaders support Kim Jong-il’s regime because a rogue North Korea
serves China’s ambitions, both within the region and in the global arena!

If Xi does not feel genuinely threatened by the U.S. leadership, he may be in no hurry
to truly withdraw support of the Kim regime. He may be inclined instead to prolong the
ambiguity and confusion, and to use North Korea’s oscillations between charm and
threats to distract the Trump administration for as long as possible.

America’s midterm election is only five months away, and politicians who oppose Trump’s
protectionist efforts may win control of the legislature. So buying time in this way could
be of great value for Xi Jinping.

The world should be considerably more concerned about Russia and China than
about North Korea because those two nations are the ones that enable the Kim
regime’s duplicity and belligerence.
 

Nehemiah6

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Trump has gotten further than any other president on North Korea.
Yes. We can expect Trump to negotiate and achieve a deal which will be beneficial to all involved. It is sad and disgusting to see how the Left-Liberals (including the mainstream media) attack Trump in this matter, rather than support and applaud him. It is truly sickening to see what is going on among the so-called *progressives" (who should have all been shipped to North Korea in exchange for a deal).