President Trump Awarded Honorary 9th Degree Black Belt By South Korean President Of Taekwondo – Pledges To Wear Full Martial Arts Suit In Congress As President

President Trump awarded the Honorary 9th Dan Certificate By Kukkiwon President Lee Dong-Sup

Yesterday, World Taekwondo Headquarters awarded President Trump with a ninth-degree blackbelt, the last and highest active rank, in Taekwondo.

Pictured behind the two, are photos from Trump’s presidency including the historic day that he became the first President in history to join a South Korean President at the DMZ, to step into North Korea, and also to meet with the leader of North Korea in North Korea.


The world owes President Trump great gratitude for his bravery in fighting for world peace.

This man deserves a Nobel Peace Prize!

Daily Mail reported,

Kukkiwon, also known as World Taekwondo Headquarters, and home of the World Taekwondo Academy, has awarded former U.S. President Donald Trump a 9th Dan Black belt – the highest level attainable by professional martial artists.

The president of Kukkiwon, Lee Dong-seop, went to visit Trump at his home in Mar-a-lago in Palm Beach, Florida this weekend to give him a taekwondo and the coveted black belt.

‘I heard that the Donald Trump is highly interested in taekwondo,’ Lee said.

‘It is my pleasure and honor to receive this honorary certificate. Taekwondo is a great martial art for protecting oneself in these times,’ Trump said.

President Trump also vowed to wear the full Dobok suit in the halls of Congress once he returns, whenever that may be.

President Trump Signs His Autograph On a Dobok

It appears that Kukkiwon President Lee Dong-Sup asked President Trump for an autograph as well.

South Korea and the world loves President Trump!

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