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Were going to do something with regard to really smart financing" And when a 13-year-old boy asked him what he would do about the national debt Trump replied "Were going to make our country strong were going to do some great things Dont worry about it just go to school get an education" Although when one voter from Greenwich Connecticut asked him if hed be able to "look [Syrian migrant] children in the face and tell them they cant go to school here" Trump was quick and clear with his response "I can look in their face and say they cant come here" he said Trumps forays into smaller town hall settings in New Hampshire are evidence of how his team is refining its ground game after a surprising loss in Iowa Read More: Trump Plays Catch-Up on Ground Game in New Hampshire Despite the fact that its the final day before the primary Trump declined to criticize most of his Republican opponents besides former Florida Gov Jeb Bush "If he werent in government you wouldnt hire him to do anything" Trump said of Bush also saying "hes like a spoiled child" and that hes "not smart" Many members of the audience said they had already made up their minds about how they will cast their votes Tuesday night A veteran who stood up to ask a question said it wasnt really a question at all: "Id like to make some statements of facts here as to why you must be President of the United States" he began "Id vote 10 times if I could" "Im going to follow you around the United States for six months put my business aside" said another man in the audience who was from Boston and said hed been a fan of Trump since the 1980s Later a woman echoed the veteran: "I agree with the gentleman in the corner if I could vote 10 times I would" she said "Thats a minimal number you know for some people" Trump joked After the event as supporters filed out and Trump exited one fan jumped up and down with excitement: "I got a selfie I got a selfie" Write to Tessa Berenson at [email protected] the tail end of September in a tiny arena in a skiing town near Germany’s Bavarian Alps two North Korean figure skaters put in the performance of their careers to earn qualification for the 2018 Winter Olympics Kim Ju-sik 25 and Ryom Tae-ok 18 glided across the ice to "Je ne suis quune chanson" an anthem by Canadian diva Ginette Reno and logged a career-best total score of 18009 points Two months later Pyongyang test-fired a Hwasong-15 missile boasting that it was capable of striking the continental United States Then in his New Year’s address North Korean leader Kim Jong-un spoke of a "nuclear button" on his desk that put "the whole territory of the US within the range of our nuclear strike" US President Donald Trump responded in kind boasting of the size and potency of his own nuclear button In a year of saber-rattling and nuclear brinkmanship the two figure skaters the only North Koreans so far to qualify for the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang South Korea provided a rare glimmer of positive news from the pariah nation This Tuesday diplomats from Seoul and Pyongyang met at the border-straddling town of Panmunjom for the first high-level talks between the countries since 2015 Top of their public agenda: Olympic cooperation North Korea has won a total of 56 medals since it first participated in the Olympics in 1964 and two of those have come at the Winter Games the BBC reports But beyond the tables and tallies sports competitions have provided opportunities for both rupture and repair in relations between Seoul and Pyongyang Here is a look at how sport and politics have intersected at times with tragic and even deadly consequences on the Korean Peninsula The attack on Flight 858 When South Korea’s capital Seoul was awarded the 1988 Summer Olympics in 1981 it caused consternation on the other side of the DMZ Pyongyang initially campaigned to co-host the competition with Seoul the BBC reports But when that didn’t work North Korea not only boycotted the games it used terrorism to try and sabotage them In a shocking bid to deter foreigners from traveling to the games two North Korean agents planted a bomb on Korean Air Flight 858 in November 1987 The plane exploded above the Andaman Sea killing all 115 people onboard “I was told by a senior officer that before the Seoul Olympics we would take down a South Korean airliner” surviving assassin Kim Hyun-hui told the BBC in a 2013 interview “He said it would create chaos and confusion in South Korea The mission would strike a severe blow for the revolution” Clandestine workhouses North Korea was not the only nation that offered to host the 1988 Olympics after it had been awarded to Seoul in ’81 Rival cities argued that Seoul would not be ready Critics also feared that then-dictator Chun Doo-hwan would launch a bloody crackdown on the pro-democracy movement that was gathering steam Los Angeles the venue for the 1984 Games even proposed hosting a second successive competition As it was the international scrutiny that came with the Olympics was credited with restraining Chun’s hand and paved the way for the country’s first free elections in 1987 South Korea has been a democratic nation since The Olympics were heralded as an unbridled success rebranding Seoul as the capital of a modern dynamic country and shaking loose some of the grim associations of the 1950-53 war The year 1988 was “basically the coming-out party for Korea on the world stage” Lee Charm former head of the Korea National Tourism Agency told the South China Morning Post in 2015 But human rights abuses still lurked under the gleaming stadia The capital’s facelift involved the displacement of hundreds of thousands of people according to a UN fact-finding mission An AP investigation published in April 2016 found that authorities had also rounded up the capital’s homeless among them “children and the disabled” and sent them to clandestine workhouses ahead of the Games Over the next few years hundreds of South Koreans were allegedly beaten and raped in such institutions and some were even killed as they generated millions of dollars through slave-like labor making cheap goods for export Nobody has been held accountable for the abuses A unified team and flag Some officials have suggested that the two Koreas should field a joint team if North Korea attend the forthcoming Winter Olympics Although it’s never happened at a multi-sport competition like the Olympics a joint Korea team is not unprecedented In the years after the bombing of Korean Air Flight 858 a unified table tennis team was formed in a bid to ease tensions on the peninsula and the combined team was sent to the 1991 World Table Tennis Championships in Chiba Japan It was the women who excelled: North Korean Ri Pun-hui and South Korean Hyun Jung-hwa snatched gold from formidable Chinese opponents The Koreans in attendance waved white flags emblazoned with blue images of the entire undivided peninsula NYT reported in 1991 North Korea and South Korea have also paraded under a unified flag on several occasions The first time was at the opening ceremony of Sydney 2000 Games Athletes from the two Koreas also marched together at the 2002 Asian Games in the South Korean city of Busan the 2004 Athens Olympics the Turin Winter Olympics in 2006 and most recently at the 2007 Asian Games in Changchun China Gulags and censored scorelines With the rare exception of an experimental joint team fielded for the 1991 FIFA World Youth Championship North-South Korea soccer rivalry has run long and deep In the women’s game the North usually beat their southern rivals; while in the men’s game it’s the South that mostly comes out on top That’s what happened in the 2014 Asian Games when the North Korean men’s team fell 10 to the South The North was so sore about the loss that despite a great build-up the result of the match was never made public north of the DMZ according to the BBC “Nobody in North Korea as far as official media goes knows that match result” BBC North Korea analyst Alistair Coleman said Still there are worse fates than having your results scrubbed from the history books A member of the North Korean judo team who later defected from the country told Reuters that while some winning medalists were given apartments and cars he was sent to a gulag as punishment for losing to a South Korean athlete at the Beijing Asian Games in 1990 Write to Joseph Hincks at [email protected] among other things. aware of all the benefits of working in rural communities, "People are not out in South Heart, He said that "this childish behaviour did not behoove of the Congress chief", it just baffles me that Apple doesnt design with our bodies in mind." 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