Here’s The Powerful Video Trump Showed Of North Korea’s ‘Two Futures’ During Summit

Here’s the “trailer” that President Donald J. Trump showed Chairman Kim Jong Un during their historic summit on 6/12/18. This is a rip from the official White House press conference live stream, where they showed the video to reporters before the President took questions.

This is actually very clever. And it shows he understands that Kim loves movies. Here are your two choices – you can continue on the path to getting bombed – or – open up the country and this is what it can be and that’s better for you as well. It’s a warning, but it also shows the promise of the wiser choice. –WZ

Daily Wire:

In his meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, President Donald Trump showed a video depicting two possible futures for North Korea — a shocking film showing both the United States military firing weapons at an increasingly isolated North Korean shore, or unqualified success, economic prosperity, and fame on the world stage.

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The four-minute video first shows pictures of North Korean destitution, and shots of what appears to be the DMZ, and video of North Korean military exercises, undertaken in near-complete silence from the rest of the world. Eventually, after suggesting that Kim has the opportunity to change the future, the video shows the desolation of nuclear war, followed by video of the “other” possibility: technological advancement.  More

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