Thursday, July 6, 2017

Trump's Big CON: North Korea Will Not Develop a Nuclear Weapon Capable of Reaching the U.S., "It Won't Happen!"

UPDATE II:  Maybe The Donald left that secret plan at the golf course.

Early on July 4th, "Trump was spotted at his golf club in Virginia - his 36th day at a golf course as president".

Must be, because he promised he "would rarely leave the White House because there’s so much work to be done".

UPDATE:  How does a buffoon become president?

A political media allows an ignoramus to pontificate on things he knows nothing about. 

Here is a case study:

"We forget sometimes that President Trump’s political rhetoric was forged not over years of policymaking or in discussions with experts on foreign policy and domestic issues, but in weekly phone interviews with “Fox and Friends.” Before he declared his candidacy, the real estate developer and TV personality would appear on the program every Monday morning, weighing in on the issues of the day as the hosts offered their now-familiar lack of criticism of his musings. . .

[The timeline of The Donalds ignorant statements]

But, then, he’s already given himself an out on talking about what he intends to do. During a news conference in February, Trump insisted to reporters that, in essence, his plans for North Korea were none of their business.

'I don’t have to tell you. I don’t want to be one of these guys that say, ‘Yes, here’s what we’re going to do.’ I don’t have to do that. I don’t have to tell you what I’m going to do in North Korea,' he said. 'I don’t have to tell you what I’m going to do in North Korea. And I don’t have to tell you what I’m going to do with Iran. You know why? Because they shouldn’t know. And eventually, you guys are going to get tired of asking that question.'

The president’s current conundrum is twofold. First, there’s no easy solution. Second, Trump promised that there was one.

Had his policy been crafted by a team other than Fox’s early-morning talk show hosts, that second problem might not exist."

Read the Washington Post, Trump has never had a plan for dealing with North Korea.

His plan reminds me of the many other so-called secret plans he has.

But this plan may lead to a war in which millions of people are killed.

The Donald play a tough American President on American TV, but I guess North Korea hasn't been watching the show.

"Donald Trump made a bold pronouncement in the weeks before he became president that is not aging well.

Donald J. Trump

North Korea just stated that it is in the final stages of developing a nuclear weapon capable of reaching parts of the U.S. It won't happen!
5:05 PM - 2 Jan 2017

The U.S. government confirmed last night that North Korea successfully tested an intercontinental ballistic missile, crossing a chilling threshold and underscoring Trump’s failure to change the trajectory of dictator Kim Jong Un’s nuclear program over the past six months."

Read the Washington Post, Missile test underscores the failure of Trump’s naive approach to North Korea., which noted that:

"If [Trump] "thought a show of force would deter North Korea, he thought wrong. If anything, the president’s previous saber-rattling has only driven the regime to accelerate its efforts to build a nuclear weapon capable of striking the mainland United States. . .

Trump administration officials have been saying for months now that 'the era of strategic patience is over,' a reference to Obama’s approach, but no one has explained what exactly will replace it."

Next up: It's Obama's fault!!

Read also Trump's Big CON: It's All About the Show, North Korea Edition.

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