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Father Of Otto Warmbier: Obama Admin Told Us To Keep Quiet, Trump Admin Brought Him Home

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posted on Jun, 19 2017 @ 05:08 PM

originally posted by: Chadwickus
a reply to: UKTruth

Why hasn't Trump snapped his fingers and got the other 3 prisoners released then?

What has that got to do with Obama not even speaking with the family and the state dept asking them to stay quiet?

posted on Jun, 21 2017 @ 09:10 AM
a reply to: D8Tee

10 other Americans held captive by N Korea were brought home during Obama's terms. If Trump's so fired up about Warmbier, what's he doing now about the 3 Americans still in N Korea? It's easy to point fingers - in fact, it's so easy that doing so can get you elected president. According to Trump's logic, the 3 remaining American captives in N Korea should be home now, and because they're not, it's Trump's fault. Trump's the guy in charge now. What's he doing about it, other than blaming Obama, again.

Worst. President. Ever.

posted on Jun, 25 2017 @ 11:53 PM
June 25, 2017

North Korea sure waited a long time to issue this statement. They must have been holding their collective breath, fearing that our cruise missiles would arrive at any moment.

""North Korean officials, in their first remarks responding to the death of American student Otto Warmbier, are calling themselves the “biggest victim” in the tragedy and accusing the U.S of corroborating with South Korea in a “smear campaign.”"

This has to make the Warmbier family, and President Trump very angry. That country kills Otto, but THEY are the biggest victim? Why can't our CIA kill that SOB Jong?

originally posted by: D8Tee
The Obama administration would move mountains if it were a academic, basketball, football, or any celebrity whom were taken. Their only motivation was press coverage. But, since Otto was just only a plain folk American, strategic patience brought nada. Unlike the Obama administration, the Trump administration went to work to bring their son home and will get not one word of credit in main stream media.

FRED WARMBIER: When Otto was first taken, we were advised by the past administration to take a low profile while they worked to obtain his release. We did so without result. Earlier this year, Cindy and I decided the time for strategic patience was over.

We made a few media appearances and traveled to Washington to meet with [Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Korea and Japan] Ambassador Joe Yun at the State Department.

It is my understanding that Ambassador Yun and his team, at the direction of the president aggressively pursued resolution of the situation.

They have our thanks for bringing him home.
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