What do you think will result after President Trumps speaks with North Korea leader Kim Jong Un?
Trump said he would talk to Kim to try to stop the country's nuclear program. "I would speak to him, I would have no problem speaking to him," Trump said. China is one of the few countries that engages with North Korea and is its only major backer. Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Alabama said. "I think it's unlikely that a good result would come out of it."
Trump is not president, so this question cannot be answered (yet?).
It's a what if question that could possibly happen. I could've asked the question "How will President Bernie Sanders negotiate with Putin over Ukraine?" but I think it's unlikely that he would become President.
So OK: New Q:
Out of the top three remaining Presidents hopefuls which one would best be able to deal with international crisis that threaten national security?
Trump? Clinton? Sanders?
I don't think anything would come of it. The result would be the same as after our talks in the 1990s. They will get food and other aid for a phony promise of a nuclear testing ban (or just stop launching test missiles). It will last for a year or two; then Kim will say the U.S. threatened him. A resumption of the program once again.
Until there's a coup by the generals who want better relations with the West, or China clamps down on NK, nothing will happen.
It would be the same regardless of who's President.
Will Trump talk to Kim Jong Un?
Will they or won't they? only their hairdressers know for sure!
I doubt Kim Jong Un would speak to him. Trump is not a god like Kim Jong Un. Besides if he did you know Un would use it as propaganda to totally dis Trump and America no matter what is said.
If there ever was a candidate for regime change NK is it with their suffering population.
But no, Hiliary and the democrats along with Bush decided to get Saddam Hussein who had no nukes. Well what do I know, maybe NK will screw up and accidentally explode a nuke in their own back yard, wouldn't that be nice? Wonder if the CIA could arrange that to happen and have plausible deniability.
Maybe then Trump should talk with him, if he is to be found.
by Don W 21 months ago
I'm struggling to keep up with all this. Is Trump really planning to attack North Korea if they do another nuclear test? Is it seriously being considered as a possibility? Or is it just sabre rattling? And is this type of brinksmanship the best approach to foreign policy?
by Randy Godwin 2 months ago
Boy oh boy we're so pleased we now don't have to worry about NK any longer because Trump stalled their plans. NOT!!They've continued to expand and update their nuclear weapons and missile facilities, and in fact, satellites have recently discovered previously unknown bases just for this purpose. DT...
by Ralph Schwartz 7 months ago
Well the world didn’t end. President Trump is leading America into diplomatic territory not seen in decades. Maybe we’ll finally see an end to the Korean War. Dennis Rodman was there too sporting a MAGA hat and taking shots at Obama. Thoughts?
by Greg Schweizer 16 months ago
The United States is being threatened and bullied by North Korea, why is it that our government is..still playing patty cake about Russia instead of concentrating on the REAL danger at hand?
by Jack Lee 17 months ago
It appears that we are at another crucial point in history. In the 1980s, Reagan faced a similar threat in Soviet Union. He negotiated and ended the cold war and took down the Soviet empire without firing a shot. In 2017, it appears President Trump has a similar challenge. If he can negotiate an...
by Jack Lee 16 months ago
In addition, he has convinced China to do the same to put pressure on the North Korean regime to stop testing nuclear missiles...and the EU to follow suit...This is huge...For once, the world is united to stop North Korea... something that has eluded the Obama admin. For 8 years...Where is the...
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