North Korea’s chubby despot Kim Jong Un has temporarily given up on making nuclear threats and invited President Donald Trump to discuss permanent denuclearization.
Is the Rocket Man going to kiss The Don’s pinky ring?
Trump agreed to the unprecedented meeting, a first session of open dialogue between the two nations following years of military tension brought on by Kim Jong Un’s constant posturing and former president Obama’s indecision over the miniature tyrant.
Kim Jong Un talked about denuclearization with the South Korean Representatives, not just a freeze. Also, no missile testing by North Korea during this period of time. Great progress being made but sanctions will remain until an agreement is reached. Meeting being planned!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 9, 2018
The North Korean despot’s invitation follows peace talks between South Korean leaders and their Northern counterparts this past week.
The Daily Caller reports that South Korea’s National Security Adviser Chung Eui-Yong, who led the delegation to the North Korean capital of Pyongyang, briefed the White House on the status of their discussions and conveyed Kim Jong Un’s invitation to the President.
Chung told reporters that North Korea appears committed to fulfilling America’s demands for denuclearization and stated that Kim wants to “meet President Trump as soon as possible.”
The invitation to the talk follows a year of increasingly volatile actions by the North Korean regime, which fired multiple intercontinental ballistic missiles over the Sea of Japan, some of which flew directly over Japan. At the time, President Trump reined in China’s own support for its communist ally, and promised to rain “fire and fury” down on North Korea if it escalated its efforts to develop nuclear weapons.
Given the previously aggressive stance adopted by the North Korean regime, it is unknown whether the Rocket Man intends to meet with President Trump to further discuss the denuclearization of North Korea or if he’s seeking an invitation into the Nuclear Club and stabilize his fragile position among the North Korean elite, which sees in him a weak leader incapable of standing up to international pressure.
Contrary to handwringing in the liberal media, South Korea fully credits Trump for bringing Kim Jong Un to the table, explaining that the President’s “leadership and his maximum pressure policy together with international solidarity brought us to this juncture.”
Source: Daily Caller.
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