President Donald Trump attended the G7 Summit in Canada, Accompanied by a Historical meeting Abroad with North Korean despot Kim Jong-un.
On Tuesday, Trump made a massive stop on his way home from Singapore, but the liberal media was dead silent on it. You won’t see this.
For the past couple of times, the world’s attention has been on Singapore, where the historical budding summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un took place. And while the ground-breaking meeting on Sentosa Island was clearly deserving of attention, you will find a few other particulars of the president’s trip worth noting.
In accordance with a tentative public schedule published by the president’s office, Trump had been place to see military bases in both Guam and Hawaii on his way back from Southeast Asia after the decision of the summit.
According to a tentative public schedule released by the president’s office, Trump was set to visit military bases in both Guam and Hawaii on his way back from Southeast Asia.
Trump’s first scheduled visit was a one-hour stop at Andersen Air Force Base from the U.S. land of Guam, the Pacific island which received a significant amount of attention because of Kim Jong-un’s threat to aim missiles from its coast this past year.
It has been roughly 10 months since Trump assured Guam Gov. Eddie Calvo which America was supporting his territory”a million percent” and it was”safe” from any North Korean strikes.
Trump is scheduled to arrive on Andersen at 3:10 a.m. Wednesday, and leave at 4:40 a.m., according to a schedule published on the president’s official public program Twitter account. This will be Trump’s first visit to Guam since assuming the presidency in 2017. [Source: Pacific Daily News]
After departing Guam, the president was scheduled to arrive at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii, on his way home. On his way to Asia last November, Trump stopped in the USS Arizona memorial at Pearl Harbor.
While it was unsure whether Trump would be visiting together or beating the troops on either visit, it appears unlikely that he would take such a route home if this wasn’t the plan.
Additionally, Trump has always been a fierce advocate for members of the army, both in office and during his presidential campaign. He always makes a point to visit with our troops and first responders while vacationing, so his stops in Guam and Hawaii won’t be any different.
The historic agreement came after the two leaders held several meetings throughout the day. Trump was asked by a reporter if Kim consented to denuclearize and he said,”We are beginning that process speedily.”
With his historic meeting with Kim Jong-un a resounding success, who better to commemorate the event with than the brave men and women of our armed forces? As usual, our Commander-in-Chief has the ideal idea.