U.S. Responds to Warmbier’s Death

June 20, 2017Jun 20, 2017

In a response to Otto Warmbier’s suspicious death shortly after being released from a North Korean prison, the United States sent a strong message to the country by flying supersonic bombers over the Korean Peninsula.

In a joint exercise with South Korean fighter jets, two U.S. supersonic bombers conducted exercises at a time of heightened tension between the United States and North Korea, after Warmbier’s death. according to CBS News

Trump spoke candidly about Warmbier’s passing, calling it a “total disgrace.” http://www.cbsnews.com/news/trump-calls-death-of-otto-warmbier-a-total-disgrace/

Here’s what some people have been saying in response to the situation:




The United States has tens of thousands of troops stationed in South Korea and Japan. Escalating tensions in the area may make it harder for a meeting between Kim Jong-Un and President Trump, although a meeting is still possible – under the right conditions, says White House press secretary Sean Spicer.

Pleas pray for our troops in the region, and that a peaceful solution can be found.