Elder Patriot – Is it too early to gloat?
SEOUL (Reuters) – U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Monday North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was ready to allow international inspectors into the North’s nuclear and missile sites.
Secretary Pompeo made the announcement after meeting with Kim in Pyongyang on Sunday. Pompeo told reporters that only logistics remained to be agreed to.
The U.S. Secretary of State also said that the two countries were nearing agreement on details of a second summit between Kim and United States President Donald Trump.
Hey Hillary, what do you say now?
Last November, twice failed presidential candidate and the failed former Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton pointedly undermined President Donald Trump’s approach to North Korea on Monday during a speech in Beijing.
In an hour-long appearance diatribe Clinton blasted President Trump for his hard-line attacks on Kim as Pyongyang was in the midst of long-range nuclear missile tests.
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Clinton warned that all-out nuclear war might result if the U.S. didn’t pursue a softer diplomatic tone.
A year ago, the hypocritical decepticon said she wants to see the resumption of denuclearization talks among six-nations – China, Japan, North Korea, Russia, South Korea and the U.S.
But when Clinton took over the State Department under President Barack Obama, she cut off those talks. Then, last November, Clinton actually had the gaul to say:
“It appears they [the administration of President Trump] have withdrawn their global responsibility and leadership, which has raised question about stability in Asia-Pacific as well as the state power of the U.S.”
That statement certainly hasn’t aged well, has it. Then again, neither has Hillary.
How lucky are the people of North Korea that Donald Trump was elected instead of this mistress of doublespeak and deception?
Because of Trump’s philosophy of “Peace through Strength” the world is becoming a safer place and the people of North Korea now have hope for a prosperous future.
Hillary finished her remarks during that video conference last year by telling her listeners:
“I was the candidate of reality. It just wasn’t as entertaining as the reality TV candidate.”
The leaders of the world may never admit it but the people of the world owe President Trump a debt of gratitude.