President Trump Told His Wife He ‘Might Not See Her Again’ And Feared For His Life Before Aborted Attempt To Visit Kim Jong Un In 2017

Daily Mail: ‘I might not see you again, Melania’: How Trump kissed his wife goodbye and feared for his life before aborted attempt to visit Kim Jong Un in 2017, Bob Woodward’s book ‘Rage’ claims* Trump first tried to visit the DMZ in 2017, but had to turn around in bad weather
* Bob Woodward’s upcoming book ‘Rage’ says Trump was worried about the visit
* He said if something was to happen to him, it would be ‘the worst thing that could happen to us as a country’, according to book set to release on Tuesday
* Trump went on to visit the DMZ and meet Kim Jong-un 18 months later

President Donald Trump ‘kissed Melania goodbye’ before his first aborted visit to Kim Jong-un and the inter-Korean DMZ in late 2017, fearing that he may not return.

The claim comes in a soon-to-be-released book ‘Rage’ by the renowned Washington Post journalist Bob Woodward, who interviewed Trump 18 times ahead of its release.

‘Rage’ claims that Trump believed he might not return from the heavily fortified border, with bad weather eventually forcing him to return to safety and abort the visit.


Update #1: DON’S LAST WORDS Trump ‘kissed Melania goodbye’ and said ‘I might not see you again’ before first aborted Kim Jong-un visit (The SUN)
Update #2: Trump ‘Kissed Melania Goodbye’ Fearing He Wouldn’t Return From Korean Peninsula, Book Claims (Sputnik)

WNU Editor: A part of me is wondering if President Trump is being over-dramatic when he said he may not come back or when he told Bob Woodward this story …. Trump Told Woodward ‘You Don’t Know How Close We Were to War’ With North Korea (Newsweek). During this time there were concerns that the situation was escalating. But among all my friends and contacts in South Korea and China, I do remember at the time that they all believed and were very confident that it would never escalate to an actual shooting war.

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