With all eyes on this week’s historic summit between President Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, I thought you might be interested to know that The Heritage Foundation was the only major think tank on-site as it happened. Heritage’s Olivia Enos, who has provided extensive analysis on the situation with North Korea and their human rights record, flew to Singapore to closely monitor the summit and proudly represent your conservative principles there.
While in Singapore, Olivia provided commentary on the unfolding events, and conducted numerous interviews to keep a steady focus on our priorities: denuclearization of North Korea and an end to the oppression of the North Korean people. For example, BBC interviewed Enos twice on Monday, once on her perspective on President Trump’s agenda, and again on her assessment of how events were unfolding in Singapore and the importance of dismantling North Korea’s prison camps. The night of the summit, she appeared on Fox Business to discuss human rights, and did an immediate reaction segment on Fox News immediately following the signing ceremony between Trump and Kim. In a final interview she did Thursday morning with the BBC, she discussed the summit and what the United States’ goals should be in negotiations moving forward.
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