Trump on Kim: “He’s de-nuking, I mean he’s de-nuking the whole place. It’s going to start very quickly.”


As I note in the tweet below, the enemedia’s reception of President Trump’s remarkable meeting with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un and North Korea’s agreement to end its nuclear program is in stark contrast to that same media’s ecstatic response to Barack Obama’s disastrous Iran deal. But in Iran, they were screaming “Death to America” even as the deal was being signed. This case is completely different: there is every sign that North Korea is ending its belligerence. But the enemedia is now suddenly crying for the verification that they couldn’t have cared less about in regard to Iran. Their hypocrisy is stark and glaring.

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“Trump Says Kim Jong Un’s Tossing His Arsenal And ‘De-Nuking The Whole Place,’” by Ryan Pickrell, Daily Caller, June 12, 2018:

President Donald Trump said Tuesday that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has “to get rid” of his nukes, adding, “I think that they will.”

“I really believe that he will” denuclearize, the president told ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos, in a post-summit interview, “I have gotten to know [Kim] well in a short period of time. He’s de-nuking, I mean he’s de-nuking the whole place. It’s going to start very quickly. I think he’s going to start now.”

Trump signaled that North Korea will start by dismantling its missile sites.

“They will be announcing things over the next few days talking about other missile sites because they were, as you know, they were sending out a lot of missiles,” he revealed, explaining, “It was a period of time where I was saying, what are they doing? Every week it seems another missile going up. I mean, they’re going to be getting rid of sites.”

North Korea has already taken steps to dismantle the Punggye-ri nuclear test site, but it is unclear to what extent the testing site has been disabled….

“He’s committed to not starting again,” the president said, “That won’t be happening. He means it. He really wants to do something, I think, terrific for their country, and it’s the only way it can be, it’s the only way it can be terrific.”

He acknowledged that denuclearization may not be as quick and easy as his administration initially suggested.

“You know, if you look at, if you talk to the experts, you can’t just do it immediately,” he explained, “It takes a period of time. But they’re gonna do it. They’re gonna start immediately.” Trump said that he trusts him.

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