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President Trump praised by Otto family Here is the summary of Katie Pavlich report

Updated On 21 Jun, 2017 Published On

After being held as a war criminal for about 17 months  American student Otto Warmbier was released from North Korean captivity last week.

Here we have a summary of Katie Pavlovich's report: 

Otto's father Fred Warmbier, in last week press conference held in Ohio, outed that the family was advised to keep the whole issue hidden when Korean administration took Otto into custody. And they did it without giving a second thought on consequence or result.

He said: 

"Earlier this year, Cindy and I decided the time for strategic patience was over. It is my understanding that Ambassador Yun and his team, at the direction of the president, aggressively pursued resolution of the situation."

he further added

"I think the results speak for themselves"



Monday night speaking from the White House President Trump announced that Otto has died after being rescued from North Korea in a coma.

The regime said Otto had gone into the coma after taking sleeping pill and botulism. 

American doctor said that there was no evidence of that Otto was suffering from brain damage, instead due to a traumatic injury.

"Otto who spent half a year in North Korea passed away and Katie emphasised on the consequences that recent death of a young American man could possibly hold. 

This time The current U.S President finally has felt the urge of making a public announcement consoling the family of the departed.

President Trump in a conference held at his office said:

But at least we got him home to be with his parents where they were so happy to see him even though he was in very tough condition. But he just passed away a little while ago. There will be consequences for the work regime has done

He added

It is a brutal regime and we’ll be able to handle it.

Here is the video covered by Fox News where President is seen speaking on the whole issue and shows his commitments:

 



Trump called Otto's treatment  "disgrace" during brief remarks the next day. The whole Otto family is looking forward to the justice they have been promised and hope their country fights back. The word from President surely means a lot to them.