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- Otto Warmbier was a US university student who was detained and sentenced to hard labor in North Korea in 2016.
- He was released home last year after performing 17 months out of his 15-year prison sentence, and died days after his return.
- Donald Trump told reporters in Singapore after meeting Kim Jong Un that Warmbier “did not die in vain.”
Donald Trump has said that his historic summit with Kim Jong Un would not have happened with Otto Warmbier, the US university student who was detained and tortured in North Korea for 17 months.
In a solo press conference following his meeting with the North Korean leader, Trump said:See the rest of the story at Business Insider
- Trump pitched peace to Kim Jong Un with this Hollywood-style video starring Kim as the leading man
- Trump and Kim Jong Un’s full joint statement from the historic summit in Singapore
- Kim Jong Un brought his own toilet to the Singapore summit — and he takes it everywhere