Hannity interview of President Trump, June 12, 2018 (3 segments)

Part 1, Trump: We want to denuclearize the entire peninsula

Part 2, Trump: Sometimes I felt foolish for North Korea rhetoric

Part 3, Trump: Kim Jong Un will visit White House at the right time

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2 Responses to Hannity interview of President Trump, June 12, 2018 (3 segments)

  1. czarowniczy says:

    That’s why, to me, it only makes sense for China to be THE guarantor of the denuking and all treaties involving the US and NK.
    NK is China’s beeatch, China keeps the NK economy afloat not only to keep it a China client state but to prevent millions of NK refugees flooding China if NK collapses. There’s also a continuity to Chinese government we don’t have so China knows that the idea of a heavily demilitarized and neutralish Korean peninsula, even a divided one, under stable Chinese supervision, is better than what’s been going on for ~70 years.
    Interesting Trump would admit to feeling a bit foolish for getting into a ‘dozens’ war with Kim, seems his getting down on Kim’s level to express himself is what got to him – and China. Previous POTUSs have reacted to NK provocations with the usual stilted and neutered diplomatic replies, NK comes out like a schoolyard bully and the US replied like the whimpy nerd hall monitor. Trump got right doewn there in his shiny little face and told him to play ball or else we’d relocate the bat – first time a US POTUS has said that in ~70 years. Got his attention and China’s too.

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  2. Lucille says:

    The Key to Trump’s Success in North Korea
    By Karin McQuillan – June 13, 2018

    Who would have thought a real estate developer from New York City, famous for plastering his name in big letters on his buildings, would be a champion in foreign policy? Big surprise: It turns out that being confident, tough, and aggressive works well for a president dealing with dangerous pipsqueaks like ISIS and North Korea.



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