Did the Impossible or Improbable Just Happen?

Not that many months ago, Democrats across America were running around warning everyone that President Donald Trump was determined to start a nuclear war with North Korea and that this war would devastate much of America. They predicted that Trump’s strong words directed at Kim Jong-un would result in global economic chaos that would affect many nations and lead to the destruction of the United States.

Yet, Trump’s strong words and stand against the threats made by Kim did not lead to war, but instead to the signing of a historic peace agreement in which Kim promised to denuclearize the Korean Peninsula, making the impossible and improbable come true.

(Breitbart) – President Donald Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un surprised reporters with an unscheduled signing of documents after their summit in Singapore on Tuesday.

The two leaders appeared in a room decorated with flags of both countries for the signing ceremony.

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“We’re both very honored to sign the document. Thank you,” Trump said shortly.

Kim said that the meeting was “historic” and that the two leaders had “left the past behind.”

“The world will see a major change,” he said. “I would like to express my gratitude to President Trump to make this meeting happen.”

The pair signed documents which vowed to establish diplomatic relations between the two countries with a commitment from North Korea to denuclearize the Korean peninsula…

Many believed that this summit would be the first of many that would need to take place before any definite agreement would be reached, but much to the surprise of everyone, Trump and Kim signed a 4-point peace accord that established official diplomatic relations between the two countries.




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