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He is still not realizing that it's not just N.K.  just like his minions.  Just as it's not just the U.S. on the other side.   You and he forget S.K. is involved also.  As is Russia and China on the other side.  The Korean war involved ,many nations not just North Korea against the U.S.  Russia supplied the North and China.  If war was to come again Russia would side with the North as China would.  It very well could be a world war with nukes coming from not just North Korea.


Of course there are others involved, SK initiated the contact with Trump. He has been talking to Chine and Russia.

 

Hopefully the other world leaders have big minds and imaginations than the "Oh how I hate Trump" crowd.

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For about 20 years American Presidents tried to bribe NK out of its nuclear/missile ambitions. It didn't work and only passed the problem on to the next guy. It appears another approach is called for and President Trump is taking it.


Do you know why you cannot share the text of the Kim Jung Un letter to Trump inviting him to negotiate?  Because there isn't one.  Here are some experts who believe Trump is being played. I agree. If he can't outsmart a porn star, what can he do against Kim?  I feel sorry for Melania. 

 

Trump is being "played by Pyongyang" and is "unwittingly preempting himself of the one effective non-lethal policy he has, sanctions enforcement," according to Sung-Yoon Lee, a Korean studies professor at Tufts University's Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy.

 

https://www.cnbc.com/2018/03/09/donald-trump-is-being-played-by-kim-jong-un-on-north-korea-meeting.h...


If there was playing involved, I'd suggest it was the past 3 Presidents who let the NK nuclear and missile programs continue while paying bribes and getting only broken promises in exchange.

 

A new approach is needed - hopefully this is it.

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For about 20 years American Presidents tried to bribe NK out of its nuclear/missile ambitions. It didn't work and only passed the problem on to the next guy. It appears another approach is called for and President Trump is taking it.


Yes another approach is called for. When we got a President with mental problems South Korea took over and moved things forwarded. They talked to China who talked to Russia, and Russia gave Trump his orders to follow South Korea. We will have a meeting between the 2 Dictators and lets hope S. Korea views win out and some problems are solved. They can give Trump a parade to watch while they and the north hold the meeting. One expert told us Trump would really be on top of the world if 100,000 people were holding up cards to create his picture.

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For about 20 years American Presidents tried to bribe NK out of its nuclear/missile ambitions. It didn't work and only passed the problem on to the next guy. It appears another approach is called for and President Trump is taking it.


And what approach is that????

 

THE APPROACH OF A VILLAGE IDIOT??????

 

So far, Trump agreed to a meeting without consulting his foreign relations experts. He has failed to appoint an ambassador for South Korea, who would be, if there was one, a major contributor to the negotiations. He fired his Secretary of State weeks before this all important meeting. He will have a new Secretary of State that, for all intents and purposes, will be a newbie on the job. He is stoking the fire for a trade war with China, another major contributor in these talks.

 

In agreeing to this meeting, TRUMP has gotten nothing of substance, just talk. It is clear that Kim Jong Un is playing this idiot of a President like a fine violin. Un has barely publicized this meeting to HIS subjects in North Korea because he isn't serious.

 

What TRUMP can do wrong; he has done wrong.

 

I have no idea of what perspective you are looking at when you make positive statements about this meeting.

 

Maybe ROSE COLORED GLASSES???????


The only thing Trump is doing different than other Presidents is calling the N.K, leader names.  I  am sure that will help.  "I have a bigger red button than you" that made a big difference.  Sanctions have done nothing in the past and will do nothing under Trump.  As long a Russia continues to feed the North.

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North Korea is a pariah not because they're Commies but because every one of their leaders has gleefully sacrificed the people to preserve the leader's power. Therefore sanctions do nothing but punish the people, and the leaders (and military) could care less, so forget about Der Trumper's candyaz brigado and sanctions having anything to do with Kim's offer to talk.

 

The one thing no NK leader has gotten was direct talks with POTUS, and Kim knew he could get this one to the table. My bet the deal will be NK gives up their nukes and missiles and the US pulls it's troops out of the South. Then Kim will launch a conventional attack and overrun South Korea before we can get Der Trumper off the golf course (or his latest hooker).

 

Having an idiot POTUS makes his supporters feel great having one of their own in the White House, but sadly his screwups impact all Americans and a whole lot of foreign countries as well.

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@rk9152wrote:

For about 20 years American Presidents tried to bribe NK out of its nuclear/missile ambitions. It didn't work and only passed the problem on to the next guy. It appears another approach is called for and President Trump is taking it.


And what approach is that????

 

THE APPROACH OF A VILLAGE IDIOT??????

 

So far, Trump agreed to a meeting without consulting his foreign relations experts. He has failed to appoint an ambassador for South Korea, who would be, if there was one, a major contributor to the negotiations. He fired his Secretary of State weeks before this all important meeting. He will have a new Secretary of State that, for all intents and purposes, will be a newbie on the job. He is stoking the fire for a trade war with China, another major contributor in these talks.

 

In agreeing to this meeting, TRUMP has gotten nothing of substance, just talk. It is clear that Kim Jong Un is playing this idiot of a President like a fine violin. Un has barely publicized this meeting to HIS subjects in North Korea because he isn't serious.

 

What TRUMP can do wrong; he has done wrong.

 

I have no idea of what perspective you are looking at when you make positive statements about this meeting.

 

Maybe ROSE COLORED GLASSES???????

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He is still not realizing that it's not just N.K.  just like his minions.  Just as it's not just the U.S. on the other side.   You and he forget S.K. is involved also.  As is Russia and China on the other side.  The Korean war involved ,many nations not just North Korea against the U.S.  Russia supplied the North and China.  If war was to come again Russia would side with the North as China would.  It very well could be a world war with nukes coming from not just North Korea.

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@rk9152wrote:

For about 20 years American Presidents tried to bribe NK out of its nuclear/missile ambitions. It didn't work and only passed the problem on to the next guy. It appears another approach is called for and President Trump is taking it.


Do you know why you cannot share the text of the Kim Jung Un letter to Trump inviting him to negotiate?  Because there isn't one.  Here are some experts who believe Trump is being played. I agree. If he can't outsmart a porn star, what can he do against Kim?  I feel sorry for Melania. 

 

Trump is being "played by Pyongyang" and is "unwittingly preempting himself of the one effective non-lethal policy he has, sanctions enforcement," according to Sung-Yoon Lee, a Korean studies professor at Tufts University's Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy.

 

https://www.cnbc.com/2018/03/09/donald-trump-is-being-played-by-kim-jong-un-on-north-korea-meeting.h...

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For about 20 years American Presidents tried to bribe NK out of its nuclear/missile ambitions. It didn't work and only passed the problem on to the next guy. It appears another approach is called for and President Trump is taking it.

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