Trump supports North Korea competing at Olympics in South Korea

If he doesn’t practice the nuclear option first, President Trump would acquire North Korea’s appearance in next month’s Winter Olympics.

“I’d like to see them getting concerned in the Olympics and maybe things go from there,” Trump announced Saturday at Camp David. “So I’m behind that 100%.”

Trump’s comments came after Chang Ung, North Korea’s International Olympic Committee representative, pronounced his republic is likely to send a span of figure skaters to the global foe coming to Pyeongchang, South Korea.

Ung told Japanese media at the Beijing airport that his republic was likely to send figure skating span Ryom Tae Ok and Kim Ju Sik to the Games.

The twin prisoner a bronze award in Feb 2017 at the Asian Winter Games in Japan.

Chang — who was reportedly headed to meet with IOC officials in Switzerland — declined to contend if his republic competence send some-more competitors to South Korea. Opening ceremonies for the Games are set for Feb. 9.


Trump pronounced he spoke with South Korean President Moon Jae-in, who upheld his unclothed knuckles doing of their North Korean counterpart.

“He thanked me very much for my tough position and, you know, for 25 years they haven’t been using a tough stance,” pronounced Trump.

The President was distant reduction good-natured toward Kim last week after the North Korean personality mentioned his nation’s nuclear program.

“Will someone from his depleted and food carnivorous regime greatfully surprise him that we too have a Nuclear Button, but it is a much bigger some-more absolute one than his, and my Button works!” Trump tweeted.


Tags: donald trump north korea south korea olympics Send a Letter to the Editor Join the Conversation: facebook Tweet

Check Also

School sharpened survivor’s weeping plea

Sam Zeif, who texted his family during the Florida school shooting, has called for new …