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    Default South Korea Remains Hopeful After North Korea’s Summit Exit

    I think we should send LG over to NK to resolve this issue personally.

    South Korea said it hopes to continue talks with the north, even after the rogue regime canceled a planned summit between both nations.
    Early Thursday morning, the south’s presidential spokesman said the country will continue high level negotiations with Kim Jong Un in an effort to salvage the north-south summit.
    He added, the government will also work as a coordinator between the U.S. and the north ahead of a separate meeting between Kim Jong Un and President Trump in Singapore.
    North Korea cancelled its meeting with the south Wednesday, citing joint military exercises with the U.S.

    Meanwhile, Senator Lindsey Graham issued a stern warning to the North Korean dictator.
    In an interview Wednesday, the South Carolina lawmaker said if the rogue leader wants to survive then he’ll meet with President Trump.
    Graham said the president has drawn a red line, and if North Korea continues to threaten the U.S. with nuclear weapons — the rogue regime will be destroyed.
    http://www.oann.com/south-korea-rema...s-summit-exit/

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    Hope it works out, otherwise SK's leaders have a lot to lose in credibility as they promised our historic leader-in-chief this historic summit with the lure of Nobel Peace Prize and that he was the master negotiator.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shakey1 View Post
    I think we should send LG over to NK to resolve this issue personally.



    http://www.oann.com/south-korea-rema...s-summit-exit/

    I think we should send El-P

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    zippyjuan do something

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raginfridus View Post
    zippyjuan do something


    You just have to wonder what it's like to fall victim to a stern warning from Lindsay Graham...

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    Quote Originally Posted by fedupinmo View Post


    You just have to wonder what it's like to fall victim to a stern warning from Lindsay Graham...







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