Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Trump's Big North Korean Moment Is Either A Masterstroke Or A Horrible Debacle. There's No In-Between. | Daily Wire

On Monday evening, President Trump met with North Korean dictator Kim Jung Un, the tyrannical overlord of a slave state with 25 million prisoners and a gulag system containing hundreds of thousands of human beings, a radical threat to world peace who has tested nuclear weapons and long-range missiles. Trump gave Kim the thumbs up; the American flag, the symbol of freedom in the world, was placed alongside the flag of North Korea, the closest thing to the Nazi swastika in the world today. Then President Trump praised Kim fulsomely, using verbiage to describe him that he would never use about our G-7 allies.

And the right celebrated.

There’s nothing to celebrate yet. Nothing. Here’s why.


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"a radical threat to world peace": most unlikely. The main threat to world peace is the American Establishment.

"the American flag, the symbol of freedom in the world, ...": ho, ho, ho.

Posted by: dearieme | Jun 13, 2018 3:01:36 PM

What does your comment mean? Who in addition to you is saying this? If it is in the article i didn't read it.

Posted by: Stu Buchalter | Jun 14, 2018 6:15:12 AM

I think Ben lost his balance on this one. There's a big "in-between" as long as Trump can just walk away. Now if transport planes full of cash start flying to NK without some verifiable deal in place -- then I will start to worry.

Posted by: CR | Jun 14, 2018 9:03:37 AM