Trump Thinks He Saved U.S. From War With North Korea

President Trump and Kim Jong Un

President Trump is what the Shock Exchange would describe as “mercurial.” When President Obama was in office Trump chastised him for even thinking about negotiating with North Korea. Once Trump got into office not only did he meet with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un, but he celebrated it as a superb act of diplomacy. The recent meetings with Kim Jong Un were to be applauded. It showed that the U.S. and North Korea could have a dialogue over tamping down North Korea’s nuclear ambitions, and potentially relaxing some of the trade restrictions that are strangling the peninsula’s economy.

Now the president is claiming he single-handedly save the U.S. from with North Korea:

North Korea had previously engaged in unprecedented provocations in the form of missile tests. Most missiles have been launched into the Sea of Japan. Last August it had the audacity to shoot one over Japan, just to prove its long range capabilities. Kim Jong Un is on record that he wants assurances from the U.S. that it will not assassinate him like it did Iraq’s Saddam Hussein and Libya’s Muammar Gaddafi. Otherwise, he will continue attempts to develops nuclear weapons capable of reaching the U.S.
Those assurances may not have been given at last month’s historic summit. What happens next between the U.S. and North Korea will be explained at Trump And The Global Economy August 8th in Brooklyn. Will President Trump be there?


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