Trump to a dinner with the parents of the Otto-warm beer on the White House

nearvideo President Trump insists that the US will not pay North Korea for Otto warm beer back

North Korea reportedly presented US with a $2 million bill for Otto-warm beer medical care; response to Joseph Detrani, former special envoy for six-party talks with North Korea.

President Trump dinner on Saturday at the White house with the parents of the Otto-warm beer, the American college student, died in the year 2017, after the captivity in North Korea for more than a year.

Fred and Cindy warm beer, along with some of the Otto of friends, have a private dinner at the White house with trump, Fox News confirmed Saturday.


Warm beer was convicted of trying to steal a poster, while in North Korea, and was in prison for 17 months. He was finally released, returned to the U.S. in a vegetative state and later died.

Doctors in Cincinnati, said warm beer had not suffered severe brain damage, although they were not sure what led up to it. North Korea refused, abused him, saying, he fell into a coma, the result of botulism, and sleep.

The Associated Press reported that the Ambassador in Germany, Richard Grenell to join was the dinner on Saturday evening.

Trump said in 2017, that warm beer was tortured “beyond belief” by the North Koreans, but drew criticism earlier this year, said he took dictator Kim Jong-Un “at his word” when he said he was not involved warm beer in death.


“I think that is something very bad happens to him,” Trump said in February. “I don’t think that the leadership knew about it.”

Fred and Cindy warm beer, released a brief statement reiterated that the regime was in fact responsible for the death of her son:

“We have been respectful in this summit process. Now we need to talk. Kim and his evil regime are responsible for the death of our son, Otto. Kim and his evil regime are responsible for unimaginable cruelty and inhumanity. No excuses or praise can change that.”


Trump later hot-praised beer and said that his statements were “misunderstood” and that “of course, I think North Korea is responsible for Otto, the mistreatment and death.”

“The most important, Otto warm beer not died in vain. Otto and his family have become a huge symbol of passion and strength, last for many years into the future I love Otto and think of him often!” he tweeted.

Fox News ‘ Eric Shawn and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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