Tuesday night, the first US Presidential debate kicked off. President Trump was fired up, Joe Biden seemed a lot more amped up than every other day we see him. Chris Wallace spent a lot of time debating the President and making sure the President didn't beat Joe up too bad. At the end of the day, President Trump dominated and it was very personal to him. It's almost like Trump was angry at Biden for something Biden did to him....hmmm wonder what that could be.
Anyways, what brings us here are the polls, and I'm not talking about media polls and think tank polls, I'm talking about Twitter and Internet polls, the real polls in my opinion.
What we're going to do here is take a look at 6 different polls, 4 twitter and 2 from news websites, all show a clear winner of the debate.
First poll we'll look at is C-SPAN.
Out of over 325,000 votes, President Trump won with 69% of the vote. Clear winner for this poll.
Next we'll take a look at Fox12 Oregon:
The blue state of Oregon, home of the communist stronghold of Portland, seemed to think President Trump won too. Trump winning 51% of the 6,067 votes recorded. Close, but the President wins.
The third Twitter poll we have is from @Politics_Polls. Verified? No. Heavily followed? Yes. Polls are commonly unbiased on this account as are their results.
President Trump ran away with this poll, winning 62% of this 370,000+ vote poll.
The last Twitter poll we'll look at is a snap poll done right after the debate ended, and I believe it was only up for half an hour. This is from @US_PoliticsPoll. Not a fan of some of the polls they run, but results are very competitive it seems on most of them.
President Trump crowned as the winner again, winning 48% of the 1,331 votes.
Alright, now let's take a look at a couple open polls from websites.
The first one I have is from Fox8 out of Cleveland, Ohio.
Another W for President Trump, winning 53% of the 6,400 votes recorded.
Last but not least we have a poll from a WGA America site, NewsNationNow.
This was a snap poll as well, not sure on the duration, but it was already done when I saw it yesterday, so it wasn't even active for 12 hours. At any rate, President Trump won that with 61% of the vote with 5,100 votes cast.
Of course there are more of these polls elsewhere, and majority of them show Trump did win. I felt showing 6 would make the point that people thought President Trump won the debate. These polls are open to anyone to take and that's what makes them, in my opinion, more real than others.
Hope you enjoyed this post, and stay tuned for more!
2020 US Presidential Election and Twitter Polls: A Twice a Week Look (Week of August 17th Part 2)
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Since I last posted, there hasn't been many Twitter or Internet polls that have been released pertaining to the election. However, there is one big poll comparison that can be made.
On my last post, the last poll I went over was a poll from @Politics_Polls, a fairly sizable account with over 150,000 followers. The ran a poll last week on "who you would vote for if the election were held today". Biden/Harris won with a little over 52% of the vote.
This week, that same account ran another poll asking the same question and the results are a bit eye opening. Let's take a look.
Again this poll is from @Politics_Polls:
That is a pretty big win for Trump there. It wasn't even close. What happened? Last week the same account ran the same poll and Biden and Harris won, not big, but they did win. Here I'll post it below:
Like I said in my prior post, polls will change, especially these kind of polls. Do I expect Trump to have the big of a result each time? No. Do I expect them to be close, not exactly, but I do expect in the coming months that one candidate will continuously win each poll posted rather close or by a landslide. So far, it's looking to be in Trump's favor.
Trump did receive a bump this week. During the Democrat National Convention, Trump's approval rating went up each day. Yesterday and today, Trump received a 51% approval rating according to Rasmussen Reports. Here's that tweet below to see the bump he received this week:
It's kind of funny to see the opposing candidate receive an approval bump during the party's national convention. What does that say about Biden/Harris, and the democrats overall? They have no message except Trump is bad, could that be it? Seems like it.
All I have to say is there is a shift towards the President, and we are seeing it play out daily. The Twitter poll I posted today seems to match the Rasmussen polls above. Let's see how this continues to play out. Stay tuned!
2020 US Presidential Election and Twitter Polls: A Twice a Week Look (Week of August 17th)
Listen we all know the polls the media puts out can't be trusted. The way the media skews the data makes the results always in favor of one party, and that party is the democrat party.
That's why I'm a huge fan of Twitter polls. Twitter polls, yeah anybody can take them, but that's the thing anybody can take them. With media polls the do more polling in certain regions and sample more democrats. I feel with Twitter polls and other open Internet polls out there, you get more accurate results.
I did this same thing back in 2016, and you know what polls got the election in 2016 right? It wasn't the media polls, it were the Internet and Twitter polls.
So Let's take a look at some big US political polling accounts on Twitter. The first two polls I'll show you are recent, and the last one is last week.
Let's start with a poll courtesy of @PpollingNumbers:
This poll doesn't ask who people plan on voting for, but simply who they think is going to win the 2020 US presidential election, and you see who's on most peoples minds, President Trump. I mean this is a pretty significant poll based on the number of votes and just the runaway victory the President receives here.
Now let's take a look at a poll courtesy of @USPoliticsPoll:
This poll finished just today, and it comes from a fairly large account (16.2K followers). The result here has more people planning to vote for Trump-Pence at 51.1% than Biden-Harris at 48.9%. Close, but does resemble that Spectator Index poll I posted about last Friday.
From the looks of those 2 polls above, and the Spectator Index poll from last week, the momentum and enthusiasm is on Trump's side. However, let's take one more look at another poll here from last week.
This poll is courtesy of @Politics_Polls:
This one has the largest sample of them all, but it is from last week. This one has Biden-Harris up by a fair amount, and is similar to the results that Trump-Pence received in the US Politics Polls poll above. Is the enthusiasm and momentum really on Trump's side? I still believe so, based on the polling from the past couple of days and the support the President has been receiving in the past couple of weeks.
This is why I love Twitter and Internet polls, they can always be different, but at one point, once more minds are made up and more results are counted, one option will start running away with the lead. That's what happened in 2016, some polls like these showed Hillary up and Trump up, but towards November everything started pointing at Trump.
We'll see in the coming months, but stay tuned to Pulsar for more!
Trump and Putin in Helsinki
Well if you've been watching the news this afternoon, you'd think President Trump just committed an act of treason. Did he? Is Venus a cold planet? President Trump did not commit an act of treason, do not believe the hysteria being pushed.
President Trump is a deal maker and a damn good negotiator, so why would he insult and bully Vladimir Putin to his face? It's almost the same as when the other side was furious President Trump didn't call out and bully Kim Jong Un during the Singapore summit.
You simply can't bully and insult your way to a deal or peace, you must use your leverage and build a professional, business, and personal relationship. That's what President Trump does best.
Did Russia meddle in the 2016 election? The US intel agencies think so, but for what purpose? They didn't influence or change anything, so is it any different than China or Iran doing the same thing? Why would Russia risk more sanctions and other geopolitical problems just to obtain and steal information on US voters and candidates?
President Trump said this today, and it's a very powerful statement, one that the democrats and media hated to hear: "I would rather take political risks in pursuit of peace than risk peace in pursuit of politics.".
The United States and Russia have no reason to be in conflict anymore. The USSR is gone, and Putin knows it ain't coming back. Putin also understands the US has a bigger economy and better military, so what good does conflict serve Russia and Putin?
It would be in the United States and Russia's best interest to get a long, trade, and be allies.
China is the real threat on this planet. China has a much larger economy and a more powerful military than Russia does, and a lot more sophisticated cyber warfare branch than Russia does. God forbid if China tried starting a war or went on an attack, wouldn't you want Russia on the side of the good guys? Russia teaming up with China would be the worst thing ever for the United States, and I think President Trump knows that, and that's why he wants Russia on our side.
No one seemed to care when Barack Obama told the Russians he'd "have more flexibility" after his election. No one seemed to care when Chuck Schumer (D-NY) met and had fun with Vlaidmir Putin, and no one cared when former CIA chief John Brennan voted for the communist party in the 1970s.
No matter what President Trump does, the opposition will always play it as bad news and "treason".
Do you think for one minute Putin would admit to meddling in our election? If he did, what do you want to do about it? WW3, over a damn election? President Trump is mature enough to recognize it, and is driving straight through all the flak and political risks to have a better relationship with Russia, and get them on our side.
A lot can be gained in a US-Russia relationship, in terms of trade and military power. President Trump views Putin as a competitor, and Russia as a competitor of the US, which rings true.
Don't get lost in all the media and democrat hysteria, there is nothing to worry about. President Trump knows what he's doing, and he is smart enough to know, you don't insult or bully someone you're trying to broker a peace deal with.
President Trump didn't flat out agree with Putin's denial, he simply said Putin made a strong denial of the meddling claims, and President Trump acknowledged the US intel about 2016 Russian meddling. Here's the thing, the DNC server has not been reviewed by the FBI, so how can anyone know for sure who really breached it or hacked it?
People like Julian Assange and Kim Dotcom who claim to know who breached the server, say it was't Russia. Julian and Kim both have been asking to come forward to testify to and show their evidence, and what they say happened, is someone simply used a flash drive and copied files from that server over to an external drive. No hack no nothing. Maybe that's why the DNC server was never looked at? The deep state and democrats don't want the real truth coming? I guess only time will tell.
Check out the full press conference here, per Fox News:
Strzok Struck Down on Capitol Hill
It was a heated day on Capitol Hill, disgraced FBI agent Peter Strzok testified in front of Congress about his bias and handling of the Trump investigation.
He was grilled by the GOP congressmen, and of course, stuck up for by the Democrat congressmen. At times the Republicans and Democrats were going at each other.
Peter Strzok was very careful in how he answered every question. At times, he couldn't answer simple questions because he'd claim the FBI wouldn't allow him, but there was several times he'd say that, and the FBI would come back and say he was allowed to answer whatever question it was.
It's funny, because Strzok has claimed, and claimed many times today, that he was not biased and that bias did not influence his investigation. His text messages and personal beliefs completely contradict that. Whenever members of Congress would hammer him on bias, that's when Strzok would get the most defensive and visibly irritated.
Let's watch a few videos from today shall we.
First we'll start off with the complete exchange between Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) and Peter Strzok, and at the end is where you'll see Strzok get very defensive and irritated about his clear bias. This video is per C-SPAN:
Gowdy really let Strzok have it, and really hit the nail on the head. Strzok really didn't have a defense, but did his best to answer as carefully as possible.
To show Strzok's true bias, and to make him actually read that bias Congress, Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA) made Strzok read his clearly biased text messages, some of which Strzok said he couldn't recall writing or sending.
Check it here per Storm Scoops on YouTube:
The man clearly had bias, and to tell his mistress, and co-worker, Lisa Page that "We'll stop it" when talking about Trump becoming President is astounding. Strzok then sits there in front of Congress and clearly lies about not having any bias.
Rep. Gohmert (R-TX) told Strzok straight up on how he felt about him and accused him of lying. Sparks really flew from this meeting, see the exchange here per Fox News:
That exchange really upset the Democrats, but it needed to be said, and someone besides Trey Gowdy and Jim Jordan had to put Strzok in his place.
Listen when you're the lead FBI investigator, investigating then candidate and nominee Trump, and then President Trump, and you're texting with another FBI investigator about stopping Trump, impeaching Trump, and getting him to resign, you have bias.
After all these text messages came out months ago, Mueller kicked Strzok off the investigation, but Strzok said that his texts had nothing to do with it, but declined to say why he really was kicked off.
Strzok was also in charge of the Hillary Clinton investigation as well. Strzok is the one who changed the wording. Per CBS News, Strzok changed it from "grossly negligent", which would have almost ensured charges to be filed against Clinton, to "extremely careless" which gave Clinton a slap on the wrist. Comey confirmed that, but Strzok said he did not recall changing that language. How funny.
Listen the FBI as a whole aren't bad people, they do great things for this nation, but those in Washington D.C, and those running these investigations into Clinton and Trump, are extremely biased and corrupt. They clearly do not and never did like President Trump, but for some reason that's not big deal to them or the Democrats in this country.
Something has to give here. Strzok's mistress, and co-worker, Lisa Page failed to appear in front of Congress this week. Page claimed she didn't have all the documents needed to answer questions, but it doesn't seem like she wants to play ball at all. It feels like Page will crack under pressure, and she is doing all she can to delay the hearings and weasel her way through it.
The United States of America and her people deserve better, and they deserve honest answers. The house of cards is slowly but surely falling down. It's only a matter of time until someone folds, or evidence comes out where no one can defend against it.
President Trump is right, this is a total witch hunt. These people in the FBI, the Democrats, and Hillary Clinton herself thought they'd win in 2016 and none of this would see the light of day, well they failed, and Donald J. Trump is president, and we're seeing all this corruption come to light.
As Johnny Cash said in "God's Gonna Cut You Down", "You may throw your rock and hide your hand, working in the dark against your fellow man, but as sure as God made black and white, what's done in the dark will be brought to the light...". You're damn right John, God rest your soul.
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Headlines of the Day: Pruitt Out as EPA Chief, Teen Attacked for Wearing MAGA Hat, and Facebook Deemed the Declaration of Independence Hate Speech
Breaking down the top three headlines of Thursday, July 5, 2018. Pulsar has chosen 3 headlines from today as the top 3 to go over, and those headlines are as follows:
CBS News reported earlier that Scott Pruitt has resigned as director of the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency).
This comes after Pruitt being under intense scrutiny on scandals he's had while running the EPA. Pruitt has had to face pubic criticism and calls to resign as well. One being as recent as this week, Pruitt was confronted by a mother holding a child, berated him and called for his resignation.
Pruitt may have had personal issues, but he seemed to be running the EPA just fine. Now, it wasn't too great when he was wastefully spending our tax dollars traveling.
Of course the media spent plenty of time shaming Pruitt and putting his wrong doings out there, maybe because he is part of the Trump Administration. The media managed to ignore 43 EPA scandals that happened during Obama's presidency, per Grabien.
President Trump came out on Twitter and confirmed that Andrew Wheeler will replace Pruitt as director of the EPA. More on this here from Fox News:
2. Teen Attacked for Wearing a "MAGA" Hat
A teen was eating at a San Antonio Whataburger when a very insensitive man walked up to him, robbed him of his "Make America Great Again" hat, and throw the teen's drink on the teen. This all according to News4 San Antonio.
Check out the video here, per News4 San Antonio:
In that same News4 San Antonio article, Whataburger made a statement and stated that they "certainly don't condone this kind of customer behavior".
According to Infowars, the suspect has been identified as Jimenez Kino and Kino has since been fired from his job. Apparently /pol/ on 4Chan ID'd Kino and contacted his employer.
Just another day of tolerant leftists.
3. Facebook Flags the Declaration of Independence as Hate Speech
Today The Washington Times reported that Facebook deemed the Declaration of Independence was hate speech. All week Facebook's algorithms have been flagging the Declaration of Independence as hate speech according to the report.
The report cited how a community newspaper around the Houston/Beaumont, Texas area was posting the Declaration of Independence in small chunks each day for nine days on Facebook. The paper's Facebook paged received an automated notice that stated that the Monday post went against Facebook's standards on hate speech".
Facebook apologized and told the paper that the censorship was a mistake.
Facebook has been under fire from libertarians, republicans, and privacy hawks for years now, and especially since their data scandal just this year. Mark Zuckerberg has had to go before Congress for these scandals.
Big tech has been pushing the limits on censoring speech. Twitter, Facebook, and Google are the big three when it comes to online speech censorship.
Here's more on this story per Fox Business:
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Headlines of the Day: ICE Under Fire, Oil Prices Topping the Charts, and Walmart Drops "Impeach 45" T-Shirt from Website
Breaking down the top 3 headlines of today, Tuesday, July 3, 2018. The top three headlines Pulsar has chosen to go over are as follows:
Monday night a group associated with the "Abolish ICE" movement through a brick through the office window of Nebraska Republican Party's headquarters in Lincoln, NE. The same vandals then spray painted "Abolish ICE" on the sidewalk outside of the office. This all according to the The Daily Caller.
This is just one of multiple violent leftist protests against ICE. On Saturday, a man assaulted a United States Secret Service officer after an ICE protest in Lafayette Square in Washington D.C. Per NBC Washington, a man illegally parked his car along Pennsylvania Avenue, got out, moved a security barrier, and started screaming "Where is the president" to officers.
After the suspect started shouting at the officers, he then punched an officer in the jaw and in the eye. He was arrested for assaulting a federal law enforcement officer.
According to CBS Philly, an ICE protest turned violent with multiple arrests today. See the news report, per CBS Philly, here:
People need to stop acting on emotion and look at the facts and statistics of ICE. Research ICE, and look at all the good things they do for the United States. They put their lives on the line and go to work every day to protect American citizens. Why does the left hate Americans so much? The left needs to tone it down, or they'll start being arrested more, or even worse, get people killed.
2. Oil Tops $75 per Barrel for the First Time Since 2014
Oil topped out at $75 per barrel today, but has leveled out at around $74 after the closing bell today per CNBC. Today was the first day since 2014 where oil has reached $75 per barrel.
President Trump has been calling on OPEC to increase oil production to help combat the rising prices, and some have been calling for the president to open up some of the US oil reserves.
Russia, per The Wall Street Journal, Russia plans to boost production output by 200,000 barrels a day. OPEC in general plans to boost oil production as well. Looks like President Trump is herding the cattle when it comes to oil countries.
According to The Hill, Saudi Arabia is planning to boost oil output by 2 million barrels per day. Saudi Crown Prince bin Salman and President Trump have had a great relationship since 2017, and we need a good one with Saudi Arabia in terms of oil supply and other things.
Here is a breakdown of rising oil and rising gas prices per Fox Business:
3. Walmart Buckles to Pressure to Remove "Impeach 45" T-Shirts from Store Website
Per Fox News, Walmart has removed "Impeach 45" t-shirts from their store website. Walmart came under intense social media fire today when it was revealed that they were selling t-shirts that had "Impeach 45" on them.
With all the division and incivility around the country, along with the democrats pushing for impeachment and violent protests, this seemed like a good idea for Walmart to remove it. Also a great business move after #BoycottWalmart started trending on Twitter and quickly gained support.
This is America, and you should be able to sell whatever you want, legally that is, but you're not entitled to sell it anywhere you want. Especially in bad political times as now, a large company shouldn't be profiting or encouraging a movement of division.
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Headlines of the Day: Foiled 4th of July Attack, Trump Tariffs, and Rand Paul Threatened Again
Below we're going to go over the top 3 headlines of Monday, July 2, 2018. The headlines Pulsar has chosen as the top 3 of the day are as follows:
Per WKYC, the FBI has foiled a plot to attack American citizens celebrating The 4th of July in Cleveland, OH.
The suspect, Abdur Raheem Rafeeq also know to police as Demetrius Nathaniel Pitts, was set up and caught by the FBI on Sunday, July 1st. Rafeeq told an undercover FBI agent that he planned on committing a terror attack on The 4th of July in Cleveland, OH.
According to authorities, Rafeeq conducted reconnaissance of downtown Cleveland, and even had pledged allegiance to Al-Qaeda.
This just goes to show that radical Islamic terrorism is still alive here in the US. Our men and women of law enforcement and government do a great job protecting us from it, this sting was a prime example.
The WKYC news reports can be viewed here:
2. President Trump's Tariffs are Ramping Up, Canada has Retaliated, and Some are Worried
President Trump has been slapping tariffs left and right on countries, but for good reason. The good reason being the American worker and in the end the American consumer. President Trump is hoping to not only protect Americans in general when it comes to trade, but he wants to level the playing field when it comes to global trade.
China has so far went toe to toe with the US and tariffs, the EU is threatening retaliatory tariffs on automobiles, and today Canada has hit the US with $12.6B in tariffs.
Contrary to popular belief, this is what Trump was hoping for. This now sets the stage for trade negotiations and new trade deals to be made. It may sting at first, but at the end of the day the American worker and consumer will both benefit.
Per Business Insider, Canada has hit the US with $12.6B in tariffs on steel, aluminum, yogurt, maple syrup, coffee, whiskey, candles, plywood, and various others. Now, a lot of this stuff the US has plenty of, and is made right here in the US, so buy American.
These tariffs have some uneasy, see the Fox Business report here:
President Trump today came out and straight up said that the WTO (World Trade Organization) needs to change, or the US will do something about it. Per Fox Business, President Trump doesn't plan to leave the WTO, but is exploring plans to change the WTO.
Axios has reported a leaked bill titled "United States Fair and Reciprocal Trade Act" is in the works. The bill will give the President unilateral power to ignore the two most basic principles of the WTO and trade with any country.
The President will be able to ignore tariff ceilings and not being able to set different tariff rates for different countries outside of free trade agreements.
That is a bill I hope that passes, and it should, as it's long overdue. The US has been getting destroyed in trade for years now, and it's about time we have a president that is sticking up for the nation.
3. Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) and His Family Have Been Threatened, and The Suspect is Behind Bars
The Daily Caller reported earlier today that Kentucky GOP senator Rand Paul and his family were threatened. The suspect threatened to kill him and chop up his family with an axe. According to the report, the suspect called in the threat to Paul's Bowling Green, KY office.
Rand Paul was subject to physical assault from a lunatic neighbor in 2017, and his attacker has been charged and sentenced in that crime. Rand Paul is no stranger to these sorts of threats and attacks.
Rand Paul is strong believer and supporter of liberty and the constitution, and according to the left, that's a bit radical.
Political and physical violence have been ramping up on the left since President Trump has taken office. A deranged leftist shot up a GOP congressional baseball practice in 2017, nearly killing GOP representative, and House Majority Whip, Steve Scalise. Rand Paul was present that day, but not hit.
This incivility and division has only been ramping up the last couple of months, and it seems as if there is no end in sight. The left is barking up the wrong tree, and for the sake of the United States, they should calm it down, and talk with those on the right. The mainstream media is no help at all for any of this.
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June 12, 2018 has already been etched into the everlasting book of history. It was the first ever face to face meeting between sitting leaders of the United States and North Korea.
The meeting started at a little after 9:00AM, Singapore time, and lasted well into the afternoon. The summit consisted of two main meetings. One meeting was about 45 minutes long and just between President Trump and Kim Jong Un. The second was a bilateral meeting between President Trump, Kim Jong Un, and a few government officials from the US and North Korea.
At the end of it all, President Trump and Kim Jong Un signed a "Declaration of Friendship". Within that Declaration of Friendship there were certain agreements, which you may read here:
The signing of the agreement can be watched here per whitehouse.gov:
SO WHY IS THIS A WIN FOR PRESIDENT TRUMP?
Let's pick at the low hanging fruit real quick, President Trump is the first ever sitting US president to have an in person meeting with a sitting dictator of North Korea. That right there gives President Trump points.
President Trump also clearly dominated the room. It was clear he was asserting himself as the alpha towards Kim Jong Un, and that he was coming into the summit from a position of strength. You could tell by the way President Trump talked and how he'd pat Kim on the back or slightly grab his arm from time to time. I don't think Kim was expecting that to be honest.
Now as for the agreement they signed. There isn't that much meat to it, but it is strategic in how the US laid it out. The US has simple demands here: denuclearization, POW/MIA recovery from the Korean War, peace between US and North Korea, and peace on the Korean Peninsula as a whole.
In the meantime, the US is going to suspend all war games and military drills on the Korean Peninsula. See, that's how deals go. You ask for something, but give something, in this case the US gave something very little, but very significant. North Korea wanted those drills to end to begin with.
Like any deal goes, if one end doesn't hold up their end of the bargain then there will be no deal. If North Korea doesn't commit to denuclearization or peace, then the US can very easily restart the war games and military drills and walk away from the table.
President Trump himself said there will need to be multiple meetings and many years to achieve the goals laid out. Denuclearization takes a while, but you need to start somewhere. Peace can start right away, but will need to be smoothed out over many talks and years as well.
The end game is capitalism, and eventually democracy in North Korea, that will take over a decade to achieve, but again, you need to start somewhere. President Trump showed Kim Jong Un a video of shots from around the USA, as well as what North Korea could potentially be like if they embrace western culture. South Korea did just that, and look where they are today.
If that end game is achieved, then there should no longer be a human rights crisis in North Korea. The citizens there will have a chance to live a long, healthy, and decent life. No more generation prisons or executions for watching western films, along with many other things.
Kim Jong Un knows all of this, he knows he has the weaker hand to play with, and he knows he has to play the game. He knows the world knows what his people are going through. If Kim starts shooting missiles off again, or continues to build nuclear weapons, it'll end badly for him and North Korea in general.
The US still has sanctions on North Korea, and Trump again put it out there for Kim, that if they honor their agreements, those sanctions can be lifted. That could open up to lifting the trade embargo, and potentially lead into doing what Trump suggested; hotels and condos on North Korean beaches.
Today, The Hill cited an AFP News Agency (@AFP) tweet that Kim Jong Un accepted President Trump's invitation to the White House. Allegedly Kim Jong Un invited President Trump to Pyongyang as well.
The Trump-Kim Summit was a big W for President Trump, and a big L for those against him. If those goals are all achieved, you can rewind back to where it all started, June 12, 2018 with President Donald J. Trump.