(From NBC News)
Three Americans held in North Korean labor camps were free and on their way home Wednesday, President Donald Trump said.
Kim Hak-song, Kim Dong-chul and Kim Sang-duk, who is also known as Tony Kim, had all been held by Kim Jong Un’s regime.
Trump confirmed they had been released in a tweet.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was accompanying them back to the U.S. after visiting Pyongyang to finalize plans for a historic summit between Trump and the North Korean leader.