On Monday, President Trump ripped North Korea’s “brutal regime” after the death of Ohio college student Otto Warmbier, who was released by the communist nation in a coma last week.
“Lot of bad things happened,” Trump said during a White House meeting, “but at least we got him home to be with his parents.”
“It’s a brutal regime,” Trump continued, ” and we’ll be able to handle it.”
If I was Kim Jong Un right now, I would be shaking in my boots at the thought of Trump “handling it”. You can just ask Syrian Dictator Bashar Al-Assad, and he’ll tell you that President Trump does NOT mess around.
Here are his heartfelt comments:
Vice President Mike Pence also weighed in, releasing this statement:
Karen & I are so saddened to hear this. We're praying for Otto's family tonight. A tragic example of North Korea's disregard for human life. pic.twitter.com/XtqlCQCMSJ
— Vice President Pence (@VP) June 19, 2017
According to Fox News, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is making STRONG demands from North Korea about 3 other Americans that they’re holding hostage:
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said the United States held North Korea accountable for Warmbier’s “unjust imprisonment” and demanded that the country release three other Americans it is holding prisoner for alleged crimes against the state. The U.S. government has previously accused North Korea of using such detainees as political pawns.
We are praying for Warmbier’s family during this tough time.
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