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A Message from President Donald J. Trump – The White House – 6/15/2018 #DenukingOfNorthKorea –

PEACE IS ALWAYS WORTH THAT EFFORT!

WE HAVE BEEN WORKING VERY HARD!

I MADE THE TRIP! IT WAS WORTH EVERY SECOND! IT WAS AN INCREDIBLE EVENT!

THE PEOPLE OF ASIA FEEL SAFE! AND RIGHT NOW, THE PEOPLE FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD FEEL MUCH SAFER THAN THE DAYS BEFORE I WAS PRESIDENT.  

WE ARE DOING A GOOD JOB….WE ARE WORKING VERY HARD AND WE ARE GOING TO PRODUCE.  IT’S ALL GOING TO HAPPEN! GOD BLESS YOU!

PRESIDENT DONALD J. TRUMP

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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo Holds a Briefing After Meeting with Top Notch North Korean Official – 5/31/2018

We have made real progress in the last 72 hours – Mike Pompeo

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP Withdraws from Planned June 12th Summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un – The White House – 5/24/2018

As Martha McSally (R-AZ) member of the House Committee on Armed Services and Homeland Security stated:  that Kim Jung Un has continued to play around with this thing and he is trying to act like an equal to us on the world stage.  But the reality is that he is a gnat in charge of a failed state.  President Trump is the leader of the free world and this is not a game!  The rhetoric they have used it’s gone beyond the posturing and they are back to threats.  I totally agree that President Trump needed to walk away to remind him.  We are going to continue the maximum pressure campaign to crank up the noose on this failed state to stop them from achieving a nuclear weapon that can threaten our country.

Congresswoman McSally will soon lead a congressional delegation over there in a few days to get eyes on the ground to talk to the troops, talk to military leaders.  Also talk to our diplomatic leaders and those of South Korea to see what is really happening.  We want to do all that it takes to protect America and it is critical timing.

 

TIMELINE

March 8:  Trump accepted invitation from Kim Jong Un to meet

May 10:  Trump announced North Korea Summit would take place in Singapore on June 12

May 15:  North Korea threatened to cancel Summit over U.S. – South Korea military drills

May 22:  Trump said “certain conditions” must be met before meeting could take place

Secretary Pompeo:  North Korea didn’t respond to repeated requests to discuss logistics of Summit

All President Trump wants to make sure is that North Korea does not have a nuclear weapon to make sure they can’t hold a U.S. city hostage.   

 

“SADLY, I was forced to cancel the Summit Meeting in Singapore with Kim Jung Un.” President Donald J. Trump

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We are using all elements of National Power right now, it’s a maximum pressure campaign with economic sanctions and diplomatic pressure and, if we need to, we have to have all options on the table…..the whole idea of deterring your enemy from doing something so dangerous is that you have to be willing and able to make is so painful for him that he has to change his behavior. If needed, we will have the military ready, and they are able and we are willing to stop them from holding one of our cities hostage.  It would be an awful scenario, but it’s a second worse scenario to having a nuclear weapon and an ICBM in his hands.  Martha McSally (R-AZ)

 

JENNIFER GRIFFIN stated that it is the belief at the top level of the Pentagon and President Trump expressed it, that China’s President Xi, when Kim Jung Un went to Beijing to met with him, that shortly after that, as the White House was engaged in very tough trade talks, that Kim Jung Un started to pull back and indicate that maybe these talks would not work and started making threatening statements.  The Pentagon disinvited China to upcoming military exercises at the end of June with 27 nations, called RIM PACK, at the rim of the Pacific.  It was a signal that the Pentagon was starting to send a signal to the Chinese.  The Chinese just last week landed a nuclear-capable bomber on the disputed Woody Islands in the South China Sea.  The Pentagon wants this to be a diplomatically  resolved issue, but we still have 28,500 U.S. troops on the Korean Peninsula and we still have war exercises taking place in the next coming weeks which makes Kim Jung Un anxious.  We are in a very, very tense situation as we see these talks called off.  

 

It is the hope of President Trump that this Summit will soon take place to keep the world in peace and because the North Korean People deserve a better life. 

 

President Trump will speak soon after withdrwing from North Korea Summit.   America wants this resolved, but we will not be subjected to nuclear blackmail.  We keep praying for peace in the world! God Bless America!

WHITE HOUSE MAJOR ANNOUNCEMENT – 3/8/2018

RIGHT SIDE BROADCASTING – 

At 7:00PM EST, there will be a major announcement at the White House about North Korea. It is expected that it will be announced that North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has sent a message to President Trump. We have LIVE BREAKING NEWS COVERAGE of the major announcement about North Korea at the White House.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP was “CRYSTAL CLEAR” today at the United Nations – 9/19/2017

The United States has great strength and Patience……so says Our Dear President Trump.  The United States is ready, willing and able, but hopefully it will not be necessary to destroy North Korea.  North Korea has to accept that denuclearization is it’s only hope.  “Rocket man is on a suicide mission.” 

This president said things today that were not diplomatic, they were bold and clear.  We all loved it. It was very on-pointe.  He said to North Korea that they will be destroyed if they continue threatening the U.S. and the whole world.  POTUS was also saying to China that we will not stand for this.  “I mean it, I will do it’ so meant President Trump.  We are not going to stand by and allow this to continue, in this line of strategic patience as under President Obama.

This was a very thoughtful speech.  The Administration is now trying to grapple basically as to what to do with North Korea.  President Trump is looking at all options on the table.

TRUMP CALLED IRAN A “MURDEROUS REGIME” THAT HIDES “BEHIND THE FALSE GUISE OF DEMOCRACY.”  The President blasted the Iran deal calling it the “worst and one-sided transactions the United States ever entered into.  That deal was an embarrassment and it is not the last that you will hear about it. Believe me.”  This President, this leader was bold and the only closest world leader that ever spoke like this was Prime Minister Netanyahu.  This was a courageous speech amongst a group of people who don’t like President Trump, but he wants America to be respected not liked. 

President Trump says “this is what we are going to do, If you don’t like it tough!”  President Trump is powerful and does not ask permission to protect America before the world.

POTUS TRUMP was saying that if North Korea does not stop what they are doing, they are facing destruction.  Some say he was bombastic.  No, Trump was strong!  In Israel they called his speech politics, not bombastic and said that they were very impressed with President Trump’s speech.

He called Hezbollah out by name. All the talk about North Korea is directly related to Iran because Iran and No. Korea are buddies.  The Iranians are providing the know how and the North Korean’s are getting ready to strike.  What is happening with N. Korea now is what will happen with Iran.

The next step will be more sanctions but these are not going to stop North Korea and Iran.  In the future, there is a military option against N. Korea and Iran.  The military option in this case is the only option that is going to work. Sanctions have passed, yes they should be continued but they are not going to stop these two countries from acquiring and eventually using the nuclear option.

War might be the only recourse. It is a risky strategy, there is risk in war.  But we would rather have the risk taken over North Korea and Iran than in the U.S. Or over Israel.

Diane Feinstein called POTUS Trump’s bombastic.  It is shocking!  The speech was a very well delivered speech.  President Trump Called Out Iran, Cuba, Socialism, Irresponsible immigration. 

Regarding mass refugee migration, we the American People are willing to do any job to have independence.  It is not just migrants willing to do the dirty work.  Our people want to make it and are willing to work and do whatever is necessary to make it in America.

As to the dreamers, they want 11 million illegal aliens to be given protection.  This is upsetting and outrageous and it will harden people’s hearts.  Undocumented are “illegal aliens” as NAMED IN THE U.S. CODE.  Plain and simple.  They are not undocumented, they broke the law, them, their families, whom ever you want to blame.  We are still reeling from the horror of being invaded in every level.  How dare they demand something that is only earned by following our laws.  What type of citizens will these people be?

President Trump made it clear, he wants to use heart but his will is Law & Order, the reason why we voted for him.  There was nothing subtle in this speech today. The President knows how to hit the right tones that the proper behavior of civilized nations is not like that of North Korea and Iran. 

The United States has been blessed by a wise, strong, powerful man in words and deeds and that is Our President Donald J. Trump.  Go Get them Sir! We Support You!

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Gingrich on North Korea, the threat that is Kim Jung Un – “The Era of strategic patience is over”

 

VP Mike Pence:  The Era of Strategic Patience is Over.

General McMaster: It’s clear that the President is determined not to allow this kind of capability to threaten the United States.

A Senior North Korean Official stated that Thermonuclear War may break out at any moment.  Hannity said that “We know that they have nuclear weapons, we know they don’t have ICBM Capability.” 

This is a serious problem said Gingrich. Gingrich went on to say that the has Options: Kim Jung Un is mentally unstable.  Millions could die in Japan, China, South Korea.  In the very near future one of three things will happen:

  1. He will back down and agree to some kind of suspension of his various programs, under enormous pressures from the Chinese.

  2. Or, there will be a military coupe, and he will be replaced by a more rational leader

  3. Or, we will begin to take military actions, which could start with things as simple as killing any missile capable of carrying a nuclear weapon. Steps short of starting an all out war.

  4. What does he do? To what degree does he want to survive? To what degree does he think that if he is not tough that he won’t survive in his society because they will kill him.

Gingrich said: He is not a nice person.  Makes the immediate future very, very dangerous.

Hannity: If America is going to take this action, we better be prepared for him. If he, Kim Jung Un, is as mentally unstable as the reports have said that he is, he will go Scorched earth.  

Hannity mentioned that President Trump was able to get the following bilateral concessions with China:

  1. Troops on the border that China sent to North Korea

  2. China sent coal back to North Korea and imported American Coal.

  3. They are open to trade concessions with the United States. So It seems that there is a there is a possibility of a new alliance,  American and China against North Korea.

While America and the world pick up the pieces of what the Democrats destroyed, corrupted and disassembled, President Trump and his Cabinet continue to work as hard as humanly possible to reconstruct, rebuild and #MakeAmericaGreatAgain.  It’s not just a slogan, it President Trump’s way of life.  To build, to reconnect, to uplift and to finally protect America and the world. Let’s continue to support our President and to pray for Him to God Almighty to please guide him and have HIS hand upon him, America and the World. God Bless.

R. Micallef

 

 

 

MOVING Remarks by the Vice President and Mrs. Pence to the Troops, Seoul, South Korea – GOD Bless Our Troops

 

Vice President and Mrs. Pence visited the troops on Easter Sunday and brought a message of hope, inspiration and support to them. The threat from North Korea is real. America has a hard road ahead, we need to pray for a solution to this very real, serious problem.

The White House —Office of the Vice President

For Immediate Release—April 16, 2017

Remarks by the Vice President and Mrs. Pence to the Troops, Seoul, South Korea

U.S. Army Garrison Yongsan 
Seoul, Republic of Korea

THE VICE PRESIDENT:  Thank you so much, General Brooks.  It is an honor to be with you today on this Easter Sunday, and let me invite a round of applause from all the great soldiers and their families who are gathered here for General Vincent Brooks, and the great leadership that he provides here to United States Forces Korea.  (Applause.) 

General, we are proud — grateful for your leadership.  

To Chaplain Kim, to Chaplain Wasaki (ph), and to all of those who made the service so special to us, my daughter Audrey already told me that was one of the best sermons she’s heard in a year and a half.  So what a special Easter sermon.  (Applause.) 

And we are just honored to be with you all today and looking forward just to some good food and to some good fellowship.  But it is a pleasure to be with you today.  On behalf of my wife, Karen, and our two daughters, happy Easter in South Korea.  It’s a joy to be with you all.  (Applause.) 

I bring greetings this morning from your Commander-in-Chief, President Donald Trump.  (Applause.)  I spoke to the President early today, and I spoke to him on the way over.  And he asked me to be here, and he told me in no uncertain terms to make sure that I told all of you we’re proud of you, and we are grateful for your service to the United States of America on this frontier of freedom that is South Korea.  (Applause.) 

In fact, I can say with confidence that every American is proud of your service here, and the attention that this part of the world has gotten from people back home is probably no surprise to all of you who are gathered here today.  This morning’s provocation from the north is just the latest reminder of the risks each one of you face every day in the defense of the freedom of the people of South Korea and the defense of America in this part of the world.

Your willingness to step forward, to serve, to stand firm without fear inspires our nation and inspires the world.  And it’s an honor for us to share this meal with you today.  Thank you for your service.  (Applause.) 

And let me say, as the General mentioned, as proud parents of a United States Marine — 

AUDIENCE MEMBER:  Ooorahh!  (Laughter.) 

THE VICE PRESIDENT:  It is the greatest privilege of my life to serve as Vice President to a President who cares so deeply about the men and women of our armed forces and their families. 

Now days like today make me think of the separation that comes at special times of the year for those who serve.  And so would all of you in uniform join me in giving a rousing round of applause to the family members who are here and the family members far away.  We appreciate their service and their support as you serve our nation in uniform.  (Applause.)

And let me promise those family members and all of you in uniform here today that under President Trump’s leadership, we’re going to rebuild our military.  We’re going to restore the arsenal of democracy.  We’re going to give our soldiers, sailors, airmen, Marines, and Coast Guard the resources you need and deserve to accomplish the mission you are given and come home safe.  That’s a promise from your Commander-in-Chief.  (Applause.) 

This is a challenging time all over the world, but especially here in the Asia-Pacific.  The opportunity for me to be here today at such a time as this is a great privilege for me, but let me assure you under President Trump’s leadership, our resolve has never been stronger.  Our commitment to this historic alliance with the courageous people of South Korea has never been stronger.  And with your help and with God’s help, freedom will ever prevail on this peninsula.  (Applause.) 

But it is Easter Sunday, and as I look out at all these courageous Americans and courageous Koreans who are gathered here today, I’m deeply humbled.  I truly am.  We celebrate today what Karen and I and those of us gathered here recall as that Resurrection Sunday, and that worship service was so sublime. 

But it puts me to mind of one of my favorite stories in the Old Book.  It’s the story of a moment where the Nazarene encountered a soldier.  The soldier walked up to him and told him that he had someone ill in his home, and he asked if he might take action to be helpful.  And as Jesus began to walk with him, he said, no, you don’t need to come with me.  He said, I’m a man under authority.  He said, I tell one to do this and he does it.  I tell another to do this and he does it.  He said, you just say the word and that servant under my household will be healed.

The words that ever struck me from that story were there at that crossroads, the story recalls in a little town called Capernaum.  It simply said that Jesus was amazed.

At no other point in any of the stories of his life do I hear that he was amazed, except when he was speaking to a soldier.  Because he saw orientation to authority and he saw faith.

Let me say on this most holy of days, for those of us who claim Christ as Lord, we’re amazed too.  We’re humbled.  We look out today and we see courage writ large in the soldiers and the families who are gathered here.

And I just want to assure you on behalf of the people all across the United States that in these troubled times, in this part of the world, your courage and your valor still amazes the American people.  

So we just wanted to come and say thank you, say thank you for your service, and thank you, General, for your leadership and the leadership and service of all those represented here, carrying on a tradition and a commitment to freedom here on this peninsula that is now more than six decades in the running; and succeeding far beyond those who carved this free society in this ancient land could possibly have imagined, perhaps, is the American soldier shoulder-to-shoulder with the Korean people who fought for and won the freedom more than six decades ago.  

And I stand before you today very moved on this Easter Sunday because one of those soldiers more than six days ago — 60 years ago was my dad.  As we landed today on the peninsula, I looked out at those rolling hills, and I thought about Second Lieutenant Edward J. Pence, who was with the 45th Infantry Division of the United States Army.  Dad served here in combat.  It was in this month — this very week — in 1953 that my dad was awarded a Bronze Star here in Korea for action in combat.  

But like so many who have worn the uniform and come home, my dad didn’t think the heroes were the ones that came home.  Whenever he spoke of his time here in Korea, he spoke of the ones that didn’t come home.  He spoke of friends lost, sacrifices made.  And so on this day I think of my dad, gone 29 years now, but still enshrined in the hearts of everyone in our family.  And I think of what dad would be thinking about and I believe is thinking about as he looks down to see his third son return to that place that he left so many years ago, and to see that the sacrifices that were made here, and the commitment that endures here has resulted in a free and prosperous South Korea.

And so it shall ever be.

So for the sake of all of you who wear the uniform today, for the sake of all who have gone before, thank you for your service and happy Easter.  (Applause.) 

Now, the prayer-in-chief in our family is my wife, Karen.  And she said that we could impose on her to maybe return thanks for this meal, and then we look forward to meeting as many of you as we have time to meet today.  

So, everyone, my wife, Karen Pence.  (Applause.)

MRS. PENCE:  If you would bow with me.  Heavenly Father, we thank you for your son who died on the cross for each one of us in this room.  We thank you for the privilege of being able to fellowship today together.  Thank you for the sacrifices of the families here.  And in this Month of the Military Child, thank you for the sacrifices that the children make as well. 

And, Lord, we just thank you as well for the hands that prepared this wonderful meal.  We pray that you would bless our conversation and that you would just pour out your blessings on these amazing people in this amazing country.

In your son’s name we pray, amen.  

AUDIENCE MEMBERS:  Amen.

THE VICE PRESIDENT:  Thanks, everybody. 

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