“We are rockin’,” President Trump told a raucous crowd at a rally in Elkhart, Indiana on Thursday.

Trump and his supporters had reason to celebrate. In just the last couple of days he got America out of a disastrous nuclear deal with Iran, persuaded North Korea to set free three American captives, announced the capture of five “Most Wanted” Isis terrorists, and set a time and place for his history-making summit with Kim Jong-un.




North Korea frees Americans

Huge win for Trump and new Secretary of State Pompeo!

Mark Moore, New York Post

President Trump announced on Twitter Wednesday that three Americans being held in North Korea are “in the air” and returning to the United States with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.

“I am pleased to inform you that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is in the air and on his way back from North Korea with the 3 wonderful gentlemen that everyone is looking so forward to meeting,” the President wrote. “They seem to be in good health. Also, good meeting with Kim Jong Un. Date & Place set.”

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo

Five minutes later he updated with news of their impending arrival.

“Secretary Pompeo and his “guests” will be landing at Andrews Air Force Base at 2:00 A.M. in the morning. I will be there to greet them. Very exciting!” Trump wrote on Twitter.

The White House said Trump “appreciates” Kim’s releasing the American citizens and “views this as a positive gesture of goodwill.”

“The three Americans appear to be   in good condition and were all able to walk on the plane without assistance,” the White House said in a statement. “All Americans look forward to welcoming them home and to seeing them reunited with their loved ones.”

Kim Hak Song, Kim Dong Chul and Kim Sang Dok. (Photo via

Kim Sang Dok has been held by the regime since April 2017 after he was picked up at the Pyongyang Airport as he was preparing to leave the country for committing “hostile criminal acts.”

Kim Dong Chul, a South Korean business and naturalized American citizen, has been detained since October 2015 on espionage charges.

And Kim Hak Song has been in North Korea custody since May 2017 also for “hostile acts.”

Peace Prize for Trump!



A rollicking crowd of Trump supporters roared their approval for the President at a rally in Washington Township, Michigan, on Saturday night, as a foul-mouthed comedian bombed at the White House Correspondents dinner in Washington D.C.

“I’d much rather be in Washington, Michigan, than in Washington, D.C., right now,” said Trump. “That I can tell you.”

The Michigan crowd cheered and clapped and chanted “Nobel, Nobel, Nobel!” advocating that the President be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for influencing the history-making peace developments on the Korean Peninsula.

UPDATE: “President Trump should win the Nobel Peace Prize” for his efforts to unify Korea, said South Korean President Moon Jai-in after his historic meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un at the DMZ on Friday.

“I just want to get the job done,” Trump told his Michigan supporters. “Strength is going to keep us out of nuclear war.”

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Trump mocked the “fake news” talking heads who questioned whether he had anything to do with the remarkable move toward peace by North Korean leader Kim Jong-U.N. and Moon Jai-in of South Korea.

“How about everything!” Trump said. “Even President Moon said that.”

Trump emphasized that he would not “be played” by the North Korean dictator.

“We’ll see how it goes, and whatever happens, happens. I’m not going to be like John Kerry who made that horrible Iran deal.”



“By the way, is this better than that phony Washington White House Correspondents dinner?” Trump asked the audience, who roared with approval. “Isn’t this more fun?”

He noted that at past dinners he had to sit and smile as unfunny comedians tried to tear him down.

“These people they hate your guts,” he said. “You got to smile, and if you don’t smile, they say ‘He was terrible, he couldn’t take it’ and if you do smile they’ll say ‘What was he smiling about.’ There’s no winning.”