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So Far, North Korea Is Following Through on Promises to Trump

It is a powerful symbolic gesture that war will soon be at an end, which, most seem to be forgetting this week.

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Tuesday’s Kim-Trump summit has by far been the most discussed story of the week, mostly because it’s hilarious to hear the liberal media’s massive flip-flop from defending Kim Jong Un a few months ago when Trump was talking smack on “rocket man” to lamenting the multitude human rights abuses in North Korea they apparently just learned about five minutes ago.

Trump could cure cancer and these people would be discussing how tragic it was that oncologists would soon be losing their jobs, no joke.

While there are many perfectly legitimate reasons to cast doubt on whether or not a tyrannical dictator who keeps millions of starving people as his virtual slaves will actually follow through on his word, I think it is safe to say…so far so good.

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The Blaze reports that the President announced Friday the remains of American and North Korean soldiers lost in the war have begun their return home, something that both Trump and South Korean President Moon Jae-In stressed were the top priority for a peace treaty between the two nations.

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North Korea has begun returning remains the missing remains of soldiers from the Korean War, President Donald Trump told Fox News’ “Fox & Friends” Friday morning during an impromptu interview on the North Lawn of the White House.

North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un agreed during the summit in Singapore on Tuesday, Trump said, to immediately begin returning troops who went missing in action during the Korean War from 1950 to 1953.

Trump said he told Kim he would like to get the American remains being held in North Korea.

“[Kim] said, ‘Yes, we will do that,’” Trump explained. “They are already starting to produce the remains of these great young soldiers who were left in North Korea. We’re getting the remains.”

This may not seem as vital from a security standpoint as denuclearization, which is clearly the goal of Trump cozying up so very much to Kim. But it is a powerful symbolic gesture that war will soon be at an end, which, most seem to be forgetting this week, has already been agreed upon:

In April, Kim and Moon agreed to finally end the 65-year war and denuclearize the Korean peninsula when they signed the “Panmunjom Declaration for Peace, Prosperity and Unification on the Korean Peninsula.”

The two nations plan to convert the 1953 armistice to a peace treaty by the end of the year.

For such a clearly volatile dictator to be facilitating the return of US and South Korean dictators, it bodes well for the rest of the agreement. The rest, of course, remains to be seen, but I’d feel pretty confident in saying we have good reason to be hopeful.

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Bloomberg Buys Last-Minute Political Ads On Behalf Of Joe Biden In Texas And Ohio

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Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who just so happened to run the country’s most expensive failed presidential campaign in history, is now apparently blowing through a wad of cash in a last-minute attempt to buy some political ads on behalf of Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden. The ads have been purchased in key states that are known strongholds for Republicans, Ohio and Texas. Via Daily Wire: The last-minute advertising amounts to $15 million – a fraction of what Bloomberg is spending in Florida to support Biden – and represents internal polling suggesting President Donald Trump is vulnerable in the two states, The New York Times reported. “Howard Wolfson, one of Mr. Bloomberg’s closest aides, said the former mayor had recently asked his team to run a round of polls to see whether Mr. Trump had unexpected vulnerabilities that could be exploited in the campaign’s closing weeks. Up to this point, Mr. Bloomberg’s general-election activities have focused on Florida, where he has pledged to spend $100 million supporting Mr. Biden,” the outlet reported. “The Bloomberg team conducted polling in a number of states over the weekend and came away convinced that Texas and Ohio represented its best targets — narrowly divided electoral prizes where the war for television airtime is not already cluttered with heavy advertising on either side. The team presented Mr. Bloomberg with the numbers on Monday morning and he gave the go-ahead.” “We believe that Florida will go down to the wire, and we were looking for additional opportunities to expand the map,” Wolfson told the outlet. “Texas and Ohio present the best opportunities to do that, in our view.” The big focus of the campaign ads being put out by Bloomberg will be the president’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic. The ads running in Texas will…

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Protesters In Philadelphia Explode Into Rioting And Looting After Police Shooting

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Well, it seems that we’re about to hit another round of rioting and looting by the Black Lives Matter movement — don’t worry folks, it’s all just tools to fight against oppression — this time taking place in the City of Brotherly Love, Philadelphia. A 27-year-old black man was shot and killed during an altercation with police officers earlier in the day, which is the latest inspiration cited by these angry “protesters” for the justification for their lawlessness. via Fox News: Walter Wallace, who was allegedly holding a knife, was fatally shot while two police officers were responding to a complaint about a man with a weapon in Cobbs Creek, according to the Associated Press. He “advanced toward” the officers, who then fired “several times,” the outlet reported. Wallace was hit in both the shoulder and chest, then taken in a police vehicle to a hospital, where he died. https://twitter.com/MrAndyNgo/status/1320953991170125826 Following Wallace’s death, which was recorded and posted on social media, hundreds of people — some armed with bricks — protested in the 52nd Street commercial district, and the demonstration quickly turned violent. Police cars and dumpsters were set ablaze and NBC10 Philadelphia reported that at least 30 police officers were hurt. A 56-year-old sergeant was hit by a truck and sent to the hospital with a broken leg and other injuries. Some of the stores that were hit with looting included several Rite Aid pharmacies, a restaurant, and some clothing and shoe shops. Two ATM machines have also been reported to have been smashed. A total of 30 people were arrested during the incident. Folks, if Joe Biden is elected president and the left takes over Congress, this scene right here will become common place. How do I know that? Because the left will do nothing to stop the rioting and looting…

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