Donald trump promise to give protection to North Korea & Texas School shooting
Posted by Newslat on June 22nd, 2018
America is going through a lot of tough phases lately. From school shootings to Trump's interesting tweets to North Korea, we have seen quite a lot recently. A few days ago, President Donald Trump announced that he'd be providing protection to North Korea if they agree to denuclearisation. President Trump is attempting to address his potential summit to Kim Jung Un, where he assures the North Korean officials that if they denuclearize, he is ‘promising' to give protection to them.
Donald Trump vs Kim Jung Un feud has been going on for some time now. Ever since the North Korean dictator tweeted about his nuclear button being at his desk all time, these two leaders haven't stopped feuding with each other. Trump added- "if Kim Jung Un wants to reach an agreement, he needs to exhibit his desire. Maybe he doesn't want any agreement."
The North Korean officials are sharing the logistical details with the US as nothing happened, Trump further added.
Another horrific incident took place in Texas, last Friday, May 18th at the Santa Fe High school. A teenager allegedly opened fire at the Texas high school and killed ten students including one teacher. The name of the gunman is Dimitri Pagourtzis, 17, who admitted that he didn't kill those he liked and spared them to tell his story to the world.
This was the 22nd US school shooting and the 3rd occurrence in 8 days since the beginning of the year. His desire and planning to kill people jotted down in his private journal that was saved on his computer. He even posted a picture on Facebook, wearing a t-shirt that said ‘Born to Kill,' with his father's pistol and a shotgun, as described by authorities. His motives weren't apparent immediately, but after police authorities obtained his computer and mobile, his written plans on his private journal about the Texas school shooting confirmed about his evil intention.
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