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Dear CNN: Kim Jong-Un Crosses The DMZ To Shake Hands With President Moon – Can You Say, ‘Stable Genius?’

In January, when speculation about Korea centered around nuclear armageddon who would have guessed this day would come?

Of course, we trot out all the usual caveats, not sure how much of what Kim Jong Un is saying can be truly believed, Naturally, that’s a given.

But in the sixty-five years since the war (sort of) ended this is the closest we have EVER come to seeing a resolution of the conflict.

Nobody even suspected there’d be a secret Easter-weekend meeting between Kim Jong Un and Mike Pompeo. But here are the photos.

Less than a month later, we’re looking at video of the historic moment, courtesy of the Associated Press:

North Korean leader approached the border, was invited to cross by the South Korean leader, and just like that, history was made.

Both leaders vowed to end the Korean War, and committed to the denuclearization of the Peninsula.

They were also talking about the reunification of families separated by the war.

For context, this unresolved ending to the Korean conflict has been at a stalemate since President Trump was 7 years old.

Now, 65 years later? It might be finally coming to a close.

And it was not long after Trump had gotten neighboring nations — especially China — on board with that Maximum Pressure strategy.  Trump gives credit where it’s due, there as well:

Contrast that to the Liberal attitude just a couple of weeks ago.

“We have gotten to a point in the world now where we have to rely on the sanity of Kim Jong Un and Putin over the president of the United States,” Behar said when discussing recent tweets sent by Trump that threatened military action against Syria. – Joy Behar

Now we’ve got a handshake, and progress toward Korean detente.

Critics paint him as a dangerous madman. Trump says he’s a ‘stable genius’.

Looking at his results so far, who would you believe?

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