Pres. Trump Supporters Gather in Seoul

The pro-Trump supporters, some of whom were wearing military uniforms, urged Washington to help South Korea. (AP/Photo)

November 6, 2017
OAN Newsroom

Some of President Trump’s biggest fans take to the streets in South Korea.

The group waved American flags and signs supporting the U.S. military in the country’s capital to welcome the president ahead of his visit Tuesday.

President Trump is expected to tackle several regional issues, including the North Korean nuclear crisis, in meetings with South Korean President Moon Jae-in.

Both President Trump and the South Korean leader have supported a new round of sanctions against the isolated dictatorship.

Meanwhile, Chinese officials say President Trump’s upcoming visit will set a positive tone for the relationship between the two countries.

The Chinese ambassador to the United States discussed the president’s trip during a recent press briefing in Washington D.C.

He claims the international community has high expectations for the meeting between President Trump and China’s leader Xi Jinping.

The president is said to be looking to maximize diplomatic pressure on North Korea during the 12 day trip.

He went on to say the two countries should maintain a healthy and stable relationship where the nations can effectively cooperate.

  • 210’s

    I guess the S Koreans don’t know how hateful and oppressive the USA is. Don’t they get CNN or NBC over there?

  • PatrickJ

    Sometimes late in the evening, I sign off on the conversation thing and I just go to my music. I’m not a big music guy but I do have my favorites. A mix of old and new but regardless, it’s what I grew up with, so it sort of fits me.
    Just a mix of things I guess. A little rock, a little blues, a little Willie Nelson, a little Angelica Hale. Angelica is actually sort of new, but the girl is phenomenal.

    Music is sort of a language by itself. Another way of communicating, I guess. Hope you all had a great evening. Catch you tomorrow.

  • Joe samo

    We love him too.

  • Tyrone

    Seems like a better reception than what Trump would receive at any left wing, “celebrate diversity”, only black lives matter, University.

  • PatrickJ

    The South Koreans, the Taiwanese and the Japanese still exhibit a lot of the traits Americans used to pride themselves for. I don’t know if we will ever go back there again. Probably not, would be my guess. By promoting welfare and food stamps and endorsing open borders and Obamacare and now a $15 minimum wage the Democratic Party has made Americans lazy and unproductive.

    When Asians come here, they go to work immediately, at anything they can find. Within two years, they own their own business. When Asian students started applying to our colleges and universities, some schools had to put a quota on them, because their SAT scores were so high they were keeping other students from gaining acceptance. Harvard and U.C. Berkeley come to mind.

    While ethnic diversity may sound like a good thing in theory, it causes us to be less productive as a nation. It’s a just a simple fact that some people are just smarter and work harder than others. Protecting certain segments of the work force from those who are more intelligent and have a better work ethic is a mistake, in my opinion.

    But then, I’m not a Democrat and my wife is Asian.

  • iwontell

    What would be “really funny” if AF-1 happened to fly over NK and happened to be carrying a H-bomb and accidentally “it fell to earth”………..on the way over.

    Seems ironic that it “could happen” just to show Rocket Man we’re pissed at him………..hee-hee

  • Mark Hom

    Not surprising since they love capitalism and manufacturing. I wish more Americans had these old fashioned priorities.

  • Seoul is a great city. Koreans are very intelligent and honest. I saw many bicycles in Seoul that weren’t locked. Too hot in the middle of summer though. Travelling around South Korean is super easy and not expensive. Great trains, buses, and subway system.

  • Rupert

    What a contrast. The South Koreans have taken their part of the Korean peninsula and with the help of Capitalism have built it into an economic powerhouse in which it’s people live happy prosperous lives in an atmosphere of freedom.

    North Korea on the other hand has retained Communism and with the help of other Communist Nations such as China have built their military into a threat to world peace while starving their population under Communist slavery.

    It’s too bad those young people within the United States, such as those in Antifa, BLM and most of our recent college grads, who have thoroughly convinced themselves that Socialism/Communism is the way to go, can’t be mandatorily shipped into North Korea or Cuba or Venezuela or China for a year just to see if that’s what they really want.

    • Tish Gutjahr

      If Otto Warmbier could only speak to them from the other side. They are so ignorant and ridiculous.

    • Marra

      …or maybe we could reinstate the draft and let em fight in the middle east!

  • Javanne

    As they say in horse racing, our president went from worst to first last Jan 20.

  • ShemSilber2

    Diplomacy again, which we don’t need because all the past diplomacy has already worked wonders, and that’s why we already have peace on earth, RIGHT?

    On the one hand, it’s good for us to seek to get along with our neighbors, both individually and nationally. On the other hand, some don’t want to get along, but just want to be the top dog with everybody else under their jackboots, and Pharaoh Barry and Kim Jung Un are two bloody good examples of that, not to mention the Clintons. All such narcissists will understand is a huge WHOMP that will put a total STOP to all their nefarious shenanigans.

    We can rest assured that Mr. Trump will do what he can in his limited power to MAGA, and pray that he will be successful in doing so, but we can also rest assured that we will not have peace on earth until the Master Yahusha (Lord Jesus) comes in power, judging and waging war in righteousness (Revelation 17:11) until He makes His enemies His footstool (Psalm 110) and the kingdoms of this world the Kingdom of Yahuwah and of His Messiah (Revelation 11:15). The ZEAL of Yahuwah of armies will accomplish all His purpose, in the Name of the Master Yahusha, amein and amein!

  • CDG

    These are the older generation that realize the genuine danger that North Korea represents to the South and their freedoms. South Korea has its share of ignorant, kumbaya, snow flakes as well that choose to pretend that North Korea can be appeased with words.

    • Jenny O

      Lucky me, I have only met the older generation.
      I rather think the “snowflakes” fall on all nations, more heavily in some than others.

      • CDG

        I’m pretty sure snowflakes are only found in 1st world, developed, nations. Don’t think there are many snowflakes in Somalia!

        • Jenny O

          You may be right…

  • “I’m a Rooster!”

    It would appear these people in Seoul are far more intelligent than our homegrown Democrats.

    • Big Al

      Ha! – Big oxy, intelligent & demoncrats, lol…..

    • Javanne

      With the possible exception of the Palestinians, the people everywhere are.

      • Wheel of misfortune

        “Palestinians” are animals. Savage cave dwellers who long for the extermination of the Hebrews. Long live the nation of Israel!

    • ShemSilber2

      Even the slug in the garden is more intelligent that our homegrown demoniac-rats, nu? HAHAHAHA!

      • “I’m a Rooster!”

        In a conversation with my slug this morning, you are correct.

    • PatrickJ

      You set the bar pretty low on that one, Rooster.

      • Wheel of misfortune

        Crickets chirping…

      • “I’m a Rooster!”

        Mmm, I did, didn’t I?

  • Sylvia Avila

    Great! South Korea has always been our friends, God bless them all!

  • conquest915

    Outdamnstanding! Even China sees a positive in this trip. Now that is being presidential and is so refreshing to see.

    • Javanne

      While I’m not sure what “being presidential” means, it sure is a wonderful change from his predecessor, whose name I forgot (since it wasn’t worth remembering).

      • pajamakat

        The name of the last potus was Valerie Jarrett

        • Jenny O

          LOL! Good one.

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  • Big Al

    They love a ‘non-bowing’ leader!

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    • All American

      I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand.


        Actor George Takei…Was heard saying ….
        Sum Ting Wong.

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    • Tyrone

      Love and respect