Trump Secures MULTI-BILLION Dollar Deal for America, Didn’t Leave Vietnam Empty-Handed

President Trump cut short his second summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un after the sides couldn’t come to terms on an agreement for denuclearization.

Kim wanted all sanctions lifted in return for partial denuclearization.

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Trump wasn’t about to let that happen, so he left.

However, POTUS did not leave Vietnam empty-handed. He secured a $15 billion deal.

From Fortune:

Vietnam’s Bamboo Airways and VietJet Aviation JSC signed deals to buy 110 aircraft from Boeing Co. during President Donald Trump’s visit to Hanoi for a summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un.

Bamboo agreed to purchase 10 787-9 Dreamliners worth about $3 billion, while VietJet’s order is for 100 737 Max planes valued at $12.7 billion, Boeing said Wednesday. VietJet’s 100-plane commitment was unveiled at the Farnborough air show last year. The accords were signed in the presence of Trump and Vietnam’s President Nguyen Phu Trong.

Vietnam’s airlines are expanding their fleets as rising incomes and the region’s growing economies are spurring many to fly for the first time, boosting demand in the Asia Pacific, whose air-travel market is projected to surpass that of North America and Europe combined. Demand in Vietnam is also expected to climb after U.S. regulators last month gave their approval to the nation’s air-safety system, making its airlines eligible to begin direct flights to the U.S. and codeshare with American carriers.

Democrat Senator Jeff Merkley (OR) decided to send a vicious tweet aimed at President Trump during his second summit with North Korean tyrant Kim Jong-Un.

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Of course, Trump is in Vietnam to make sure peace is kept and the hermit kingdom decides to not nuke the United States.

Don’t tell that to Merkley, though. He’s still not aware that the economy is booming and minority unemployment is at an all-time low, apparently.

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From Daily Wire:

On Wednesday, Senator Jeff Merkley (D-OR), whose leftism demanded that he refuse to answer when asked if he agreed that America should never be a socialist country, attacked President Trump with a vile tweet in which he unfavorably compared Trump to North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un.

A president and a dictator met in Hanoi. One has demanded unquestioned loyalty, bragged about his nuclear arsenal, attacked the press, and employed family members as his advisors. The other is Kim Jong-un.

Merkley’s comparison is malevolent and ignores what a monster Kim Jong-un truly is. As The Washington Post noted in 2017, Thomas Buergenthal, who served on the International Court of Justice and was in the Nazi death camp Auschwitz as a child, said Kim Jong-un should be tried for crimes against humanity. He said, “I believe that the conditions in the [North] Korean prison camps are as terrible, or even worse, than those I saw and experienced in my youth in these Nazi camps and in my long professional career in the human rights field.” Buergenthal was one member of a three-judge panel that listened to former prisoners and prison guards from North Korea and said there was enough evidence to charge the Kim regime with 10 of the 11 internationally recognized war crimes.

The Post wrote, “Anyone who questions the leaders or the system is liable to be thrown in a penal labor colony — often for life, and often together with three generations of their families to eliminate the ‘seed’ of ‘enemies of the state.’”

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More on Trump in Vietnam, via Fox News:

President Trump paid a courtesy call Wednesday to the leaders of Vietnam, the nation hosting this week’s summit between Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

During the visit, Trump and Vietnamese President Nguyen Phu Trong presided over the signings of several commercial trade deals affecting the airline industries of their two countries.

U.S. aircraft manufacturer Boeing signed agreements with VietJet for 100 737 MAX planes and with Bamboo Airways for 10 787 Dreamliners as the two leaders looked on Wednesday.

U.S.-based aviation technology company Sabre also inked a deal with Vietnam Airlines.

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