Trump Trump can't handle North Korea

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In a CBS poll 26% of Americans believe that Trump is incapable of handling the North Korea problem. But, of course, Trump and his minions will see that as "fake news," especially since it wasn't a Fox News poll. Sad, so sad.

Well, one thing is certain, regardless of polls, he hasn't "taken care of" North Korea yet, as he has promised to do. All he has done is blow a bunch of hot air.
 

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There you go...
Who needs Congress when you've got polls?
 

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Eisenhower couldn't handle Korea.

No president since Eisenhower has been able to handle Korea.

Including Clinton, Bush, and Obama.
 
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Eisenhower couldn't handle Korea.

No president since Eisenhower has been able to handle Korea.

Including Clinton, Bush, and Obama.
So true, however, they didn't brag and brag that they were gonna.
 

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In a CBS poll 26% of Americans believe that Trump is incapable of handling the North Korea problem. But, of course, Trump and his minions will see that as "fake news," especially since it wasn't a Fox News poll. Sad, so sad.

Well, one thing is certain, regardless of polls, he hasn't "taken care of" North Korea yet, as he has promised to do. All he has done is blow a bunch of hot air.
As a simple minded person, you can only see in binary, correct?
 

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Eisenhower couldn't handle Korea.

No president since Eisenhower has been able to handle Korea.

Including Clinton, Bush, and Obama.
So true, however, they didn't brag and brag that they were gonna.

What are you egging him on? We already seen him to what Obama was to affraid to do and launch a missile strike against Assad.



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Did you know that the Korean Conflict HAS NEVER ENDED!
They are still discussing a truce at that border complex.
 

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Eisenhower couldn't handle Korea.

No president since Eisenhower has been able to handle Korea.

Including Clinton, Bush, and Obama.
So true, however, they didn't brag and brag that they were gonna.

What are you egging him on? We already seen him to what Obama was to affraid to do and launch a missile strike against Assad.



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One or two well placed Tomahawks will take out Lil Kim.
You have to find him first, I read he is as paranoid more so now then Assad, lil Kim been hiding in bunkers staying at minions homes and such.


I wouldn't really doubt if the U.S. uses a low yield nuke on his ass


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Eisenhower couldn't handle Korea.

No president since Eisenhower has been able to handle Korea.

Including Clinton, Bush, and Obama.
So true, however, they didn't brag and brag that they were gonna.

What are you egging him on? We already seen him to what Obama was to affraid to do and launch a missile strike against Assad.



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One or two well placed Tomahawks will take out Lil Kim.
You have to find him first, I read he is as paranoid more so now then Assad, lil Kim been hiding in bunkers staying at minions homes and such.


I wouldn't really doubt if the U.S. uses a low yield nuke on his ass


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He'll be having one of his "military parades" again soon or we can send Dennis Rodman to visit.
 

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Demwits are anxious for a war that they can blame on Trump. Of course, if there's no war, demwits can blame that on Trump too.
 

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Granny says, "Dat's right - free at last, free at last - thank God Almighty dey's free at last...

Americans freed from North Korea head home for big welcome, featuring Trump
May 9, 2018 | WASHINGTON — Freed after more than a year in prison, three Americans flew homeward from North Korea late Tuesday toward a big middle-of-the-night celebration featuring President Donald Trump — the latest sign of improving relations between longtime adversaries in the buildup to a historic summit between Trump and North Korea’s King Jong Un.
Trump promised “quite a scene” at Joint Base Andrews outside Washington for the detainees, who were released as Secretary of State Mike Pompeo visited North Korea on Wednesday to finalize plans for the summit. The three men, Kim Dong Chul, Kim Hak Song and Tony Kim, walked on their own from a van and onto the plane of top diplomat Mike Pompeo. It was the culmination of Pompeo’s 12-and-a-half-hour visit to the North Korean capital, which included a 90-minute meeting with leader Kim Jong Un. Returning to his hotel from that meeting, Pompeo had given reporters a fingers-crossed sign when asked if there was good news about the detainees. A North Korean official came to the hotel shortly after to inform Pompeo that Kim had granted amnesties to the three and that they would be released at 7 p.m. local time, according to a senior U.S. official present for the exchange. Carl Risch, the assistant secretary of state for consular affairs, and a doctor went to another hotel to pick up the men and bring them to the airport, the official said. They finally left custody at 7:45 p.m., and by 8:42 p.m. they were flying home.


U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo exits his plane on arrival in Pyongyang, North Korea​

As soon as the plane cleared North Korean airspace, Pompeo called President Donald Trump to inform him of the releases with the men all apparently in good health; then other officials notified their families. Even before Pompeo’s plane had touched down for a stopover at Yokota Air Base in neighboring Japan, the president announced to the world by Twitter that the “3 wonderful gentlemen” were free. They are the latest in a series of Americans to be held in North Korea for alleged anti-state activities in recent years, only to be freed during the visit of a high-level U.S. official or statesman. Their releases draw a line under an issue that had weighed on plans for a historic summit between Kim and Trump that will focus on North Korea’s nuclear weapons. “We’re granting amnesty to the three detained Americans,” the North Korean emissary told Pompeo at Pyongyang’s Koryo Hotel, according to the senior U.S. official who requested anonymity to discuss the exchange. “We issued the order to grant immediate amnesty to the detainees.” “That’s great,” the secretary of state replied.

The North Korean official then advised that the releases would follow a “very brief ceremony” — which he described as more like a legal process. The official closed with a gentle warning for the U.S. to prevent a repeat: “You should make care that they do not make the same mistakes again,” the official said. “This was a hard decision.” North Korea’s official news agency, KCNA, said early Thursday that Kim “accepted an official suggestion of the U.S. president for the release of Americans who have been detained in the DPRK for their anti-DPRK hostilities,” referring to the initials of the authoritarian nation’s official name, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. The dispatch also made the first official mention by the North of plans for the Trump-Kim summit. The Trump administration has made clear it regarded the arrests as politically motivated, and had been bitterly critical of North Korea’s refusal to grant consular access to the three, other than a brief visit by a U.S. envoy last June. The envoy had repatriated college student Otto Warmbier, who was sentenced to 15 years in prison with hard labor for stealing a propaganda poster. Warmbier died in June 2017, days after he arrived back in the U.S. with severe brain damage.


Tony Kim, one of the three Americans being held captive by North Korea, is seen in this photo taken in California in 2016, released to Reuters by the family​

Since then, pressure to win the releases of the other three men, whom the administration has referred to as “hostages,” has intensified. Relatively little is known about the men, all Korean-Americans, and the circumstances in which they ended up in North Korean custody. Kim Dong Chul, a former Virginia resident who had reportedly run a company on North Korea’s border with Russia, had been sentenced in April 2016 to 10 years in prison with hard labor after being convicted of espionage. Kim Hak Song and Tony Kim, who had both taught at a university in Pyongyang that was founded with donations from Christian groups, had been held for about one year and apparently had not been tried. Tony Kim’s son Sol Kim, a graduate student in California, is the only relative of the detainees to have appealed in public for their freedom. On learning of the release of Tony, who also uses the name Kim Sang-duk, his family expressed gratitude and credited Trump for engaging directly with North Korea.

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Another liberal perdition bites the dust.
 

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