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Mickey Bergman, Executive Director of the Richardson center for global Engagement was part of the negotiations, which eventually, Otto brought warm beer home.

Reported new details about the secret efforts to secure the release of the American college student Otto warm beer, suffered brain damage and died after captivity in North Korea for 15 months after an unfortunate trip to the country in the year 2015.

According to a long article in the August issue, President, Trump published in the GQ off on the secret State Department mission to send in June 2017, an American plane to North Korea to retrieve a warm beer after learning of the University of Virginia student was unconscious.

“Take care of Otto” Trump allegedly said that then-Secretary of state Rex Tillerson.

According to the report, North Korea was informed of the “one-sided” that the American plane with diplomats and doctors would be landing in Pyongyang for the mission.

Warm beer parents still held hope that her son was asleep or in a medically-induced coma, GQ reported, also told of her home-state senator, Republican sen. Rob Portman of Ohio, and that he appeared to have severe brain damage.

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But if his parents, the plane met with her son at an airport in Cincinnati, they were shocked at what they saw: A vegetative warm beer sounds cry “inhumane”, as he bucked violently against the strap of his stretcher. His eyes were open, but he was not communicative.

Doctors could not determine what caused the damage. But to spread the theories started that warm beer was tortured while in captivity theories, his parents and the President himself embraced.

The New York Times was the first, you quote an anonymous official, the reports in June 2017, the government “received intelligence reports in recent weeks indicating that Mr warm beer they had beaten repeatedly while in North Korean custody.”

To see speaking of Fox News in September 2017, warm beer, father Fred described his son in a vegetative state and said, “It looked like someone had use a pair of pliers and re-arranged his lower teeth.”

Trump tweeted that on the same day: “Otto was tortured, on the faith of North Korea.”

Great interview on @foxandfriends with the parents of Otto and warm beer: 1994 – 2017. Otto was tortured, on the faith of North Korea.

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 26, 2017

But the GQ article cited a coroner’s report, and quotes-intelligence-there are experts who doubt the claims. An investigating judge, the said investigating warm beer, Lakshmi Kode Sammarco, they noted that “no obvious signs of torture.”

“The dozen or so experts I have spoken, only a single thought-there was even a remote chance that he had been beaten,” journalist Doug Bock, Clark wrote in the GQ piece.

Clark also said that a senior-level American official said to him, “In General, the reports were intel-incorrectly, as medical studies have shown.”

Asked Tuesday by Fox News whether the administration believes was hot tortured beer, a State Department spokesman told Fox News: “We will hold North Korea responsible for the Otto warm beer the unjust detention.”

The GQ article said the Warmbiers declined to comment for the story. To reach Fox News, the family tried Tuesday to McGuire Woods, Virginia law firm that represented the family, but has not heard back.

In June, after his historic summit Korean leader Kim Jong-Un meeting with the North, Trump said that the meeting between the two leaders may not have happened if not for the death of warm beer.

“Otto has not said to have died in vain,” Trump.

Warm beer parents responded by saying they hope that “something positive” from the summit.

“We appreciate President Trump’s recent comments about our family,” Fred and Cindy warm beer said in a statement. “We’re proud of Otto, and miss him. Hopefully something positive can come out of it.”

Alex Pappas is a political reporter at FoxNews.com. Follow him on Twitter at @Alex Pappas.

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