Originally published at: HEROES RETURN: Kim Returns Remains of 55 US Soldiers Killed in Korean War | Sean Hannity
Kim Jong Un made good on a personal promise to President Trump Friday, returning the remains of at least 55 US soldiers killed in the Korean War and further signaling his willingness to cooperate with the White House.
The heroes’ homecoming was praised by President Trump on social media within hours of their arrival in South Korea as they headed towards the United States, saying “The Remains of American Servicemen will soon be leaving North Korea and heading to the United States! After so many years, this will be a great moment for so many families. Thank you to Kim Jong Un.”
Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis also praised the Hermit Kingdom’s decision to return the remains, saying it’s possible for an American military delegation to visit North Korea in the coming months to help locate more deceased service members.