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Cindy Warmbier, whose son Otto died in 2017 after being returned to America from a North Korean prison in a vegetative state, on Wednesday urged President Trump not to accept a “bad deal” with Pyongyang as the regime threatens to send the United States a “Christmas gift.”
“I’ve always said the same thing: don’t make a bad deal and don’t believe a word they say. And nothing’s changed,” Cindy Warmbier said Wednesday when asked by The Hill about her message to Trump in the face of renewed North Korean threats.
The article goes on to state the following:
Cindy Warmbier also had a message for North Korea: “People matter. Otto matters. We’re never going to let you forget our son.”
I was honored to be joined by Fred and Cindy Warmbier, Otto’s parents and close personal friends of mine. I’m proud to be their friends and support their efforts to hold #NorthKorea accountable & ensure Otto is never forgotten. pic.twitter.com/MACU6MVGlV
— Rob Portman (@senrobportman) December 18, 2019
Sens. Toomey and Van Hollen’s ‘Otto Warmbier BRINK Act’ will soon become law – it was included in this year’s NDAA. Otto’s parents, Cindy & Fred (right), are here in honor of their son. pic.twitter.com/aYYYdY6kI6
— Bill Jaffee (@billjaffee) December 18, 2019
Cindy Warmbier, mother of Otto, at news conference with Congress members to announce new North Korea sanctions in NDAA: “My message is to North Korea like it always is. People matter. Otto matters. We’re never going to let you forget our son.” pic.twitter.com/KDvuZLiunL
— David Nakamura (@DavidNakamura) December 18, 2019
Fred and Cindy Warmbier just spoke.
Fred said he’s “overjoyed” by this legislation and is still coping with his son’s death.
Cindy’s message: “People matter. Otto matters. We’re never going to let you forget our son,” she said, speaking to North Korea. pic.twitter.com/Mv3ZUc8qJ8
— Taylor Popielarz (@TaylorPopielarz) December 18, 2019
— Laura Kelly (@HelloLauraKelly) December 18, 2019
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