President Donald Trump shut down an anti-Trump naysayer from Time magazine at the press conference he held shortly after negotiating North Korea’s “complete denuclearization” agreement.
The reporter asked if Trump now considered Kim Jong Un his equal because POTUS had shown him a video of how the dictator’s country could look with future peace and prosperity. Confusing question? Ridiculous, actually, but President Trump responded with one of the most powerful statements to date about the historic event.
“If I have to say I’m sitting on a stage with Chairman Kim and that’s going to get us to save 30 million lives — maybe more than that — I’m willing to sit on the stage,” President Trump said. “I’m willing to travel to Singapore very proudly, very gladly.”
The liberal media is already trying to marginalize President Trump’s historic victory in bringing the reclusive North Korean dictator to the negotiating table by saying Kim “already won” by having a photo-op with a sitting United States president. . .
He explained: “If I can save millions of lives by coming here, sitting down, and establishing a relationship with someone who’s a very powerful man — who’s got firm control of a country and that country has very powerful nuclear weapons — it’s my honor to do it.”
— Sarah Sanders (@PressSec) June 12, 2018
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