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Ivanka Trump Takes a Stand During Olympics Closing Ceremony

The Winter Olympics in PyeongChang represented a unique moment in history almost immediately after they were announced.

To put these particular games in a little bit of historical context, one must thing back to 1989 – the year that North Korea literally spent billions of dollars to hold the World Youth Festival just one year after Seoul, South Korea hosted the Summer Olympics. Pyongyang refused to attend those 1988 games, and and not only called for an international boycott, but decided to hold an event of their own.

But all of that changed dramatically in January of 2018, when North Korea entered into negotiations with the South to send athletes and a delegation to the Pyongyang games – even after the North failed to enter by the October 30, 2017 deadline.

Since then, the mere fact that North Korea was there at all has been the subject of intense debate. What does it mean? What implications does this hold for the future? How will the Trump Administration respond to this? How will people react?

In a situation where even the smallest moves can have major ramifications, it’s particularly notable that Ivanka Trump chose to stand for the Korean team during the Olympic closing ceremony. What, if anything, does this mean for diplomatic relations in the future? Check out the new video from FOX News’ YouTube channel to get your answer to this and other pressing questions moving forward.

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