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Trump Administration Sounds Off on Possible North Korea Talks

The Trump administration is taking the mission of the Olympics to heart by using the time to connect with world leaders, and their efforts include North Korea.

While Kim Jong-Un was not in attendance at the games, his sister Kim Yo-Jong was. While Kim Yo-Jong is still very much a part of the royal family, she allegedly brought a different message than her brother does. The Trump administration now seems more open to discussions with the infamous Hermit Kingdom.

However, this should not be a sign that the Trump administration is backing down with their calls to dismantle the rogue nation’s nuclear weaponry. Vice President Mike Pence, who was seated close to the female Kim at the winter games, has stated that the US will continue to impose sanctions until the country stands down.

But Kim has a major influence on her brother, and she came with a message of peace and potential reconciliation to South Korean President Moon Jae-in. Moon confirmed that he wants North Korea and the US to come to an understanding about their North Korea’s nuclear arsenal.

While North Korea attempts to work with South Korea, Moon has stated that inter-Korean talks will not be an option until the US and the North Koreans speak first. To that end, Ivanka Trump has a meeting with South Korean leaders to talk about North Korean relations. She will not only be discussing strategy but also potentially arranging the diplomatic feat directly between the US and North Korea.

Learn more on the latest on the situation by watching the video below.

~ Liberty Video News


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