The parents of Otto and warm beer are hopeful “something positive” to come from trump-Kim summit

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President Trump welcomes Fred and Cindy warm beer, whose son has been imprisoned in North Korea and returned to America on the threshold of death; fix commitments in honor of the Otto-memory with American.

The parents of Otto and warm beer, the American student who died after a 15-month detention in North Korea said on Tuesday that they are confident can be “something positive” to come from the President Trump the historic summit with dictator Kim Jong-Un.

“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.”

Earlier on Tuesday, after his historic summit with Kim, Trump said that the meeting between the two leaders may not have happened if not for the death of Otto and warm beer.

Warm beer, 22, was a student at the University of Virginia, when he was arrested in North Korea in January of 2016, for allegedly a propaganda poster to steal. He was sentenced to 15 years in prison, and fell into a coma while in prison. He was back in the USA in June 2017, only to die a few days later.


“Otto has not said to have died in vain,” Trump, as he discussed North Korea’s human rights situation.

Trump ‘ s get came comments about warm beer, after Vice-President Mike Pence, the Ohio man’s father calmed down, when he spoke with him prior to the Singapore summit.

“Today I am said sure, his father, the President, said two days ago, your beloved son, Otto, warm beer, will not have died in vain,” Pence.

The Vice President praised the Trump about his success so far with North Korea speaks of this country’s participation in the Olympic games, which will test the suspension of all ballistic missile and, most recently, the release of three American hostages.

Trump said in the post-summit press conference that the remains of the Americans died during the Korean war will be brought home. He said it was a last-minute offer, and more than 6,000 Americans are expected to be’ back in the USA

Fox News’ Jenny Buchholz, Ryan Gaydos, Paulina Dedaj and the Associated Press contributed to this report.


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

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