North Korea has a reputation of behaving badly for decades. And while Obama was soft and was all talk but no action, Trump is a strong leader who proved to be all action!
In her Saturday opening statement on Fox News Channel’s “Justice,” Jeanine Pirro said President Trump’s “genius” and his administration’s “crippling sanctions” led North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un to consider negotiating with the United States.
In her Opening Statement, Pirro said Kim sees Trump as a tougher American president than President Obama.
“Kim Jong Un knows full well that he [will come] to discuss full-blown denuclearization… and he also knows he is not dealing with a Barack Obama, who buckles to dictators,” Pirro said.
Pirro, a former district attorney, and judge, criticized Obama’s dealing with the Iranian regime, saying that he “caved” to their demands by sending them $150 billion as part of the Iran nuclear deal.
“It was Trump’s genius and crippling economic sanctions that brought this dictator to his knees,” Pirro said of Kim.
At a rally in Moon, Pa., President Trump said he hopes to make the “greatest deal for the world” at the planned meeting.
Judge Jeannine Pirro is one of the few decent reporters we have that reports the truth!
And yes…Sanctions have been part of pressure for decades on North Koria. And for decades the pressure didn’t work. Our President Trump put severe sanctions that have worked in just one year. Obama had 8 and they only laughed at his half-hearted sanctions. He was a spineless failure who repeatedly worked toward dividing the country!
President Trump is a strong leader and is for the good of the country. He is doing everything he can when it comes to North Korea. I believe President Trump will settle for no less than the complete dismantling of N. Korea’s nuclear weapons program. I believe he will tell Kim Jong Un that’s the deal, take it or leave it.
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