President Trump and VP Pence Hold Impromptu Presser on North Korea Etc.

Speaking from Bedminster New Jersey, President Trump answers questions from media surrounding the ongoing issue with North Korea, and the intransigent republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and his inability to move legislation.

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It’s always about the economic folks.  President Trump is the first U.S. president to fully appreciate, and utilize, economic leverage to achieve U.S. national security objectives.

…”If China helps us with North Korea I will feel a little differently about trade”…

~President Donald Trump

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135 Responses to President Trump and VP Pence Hold Impromptu Presser on North Korea Etc.

  1. Jimmy Jack says:

    One thing I’d like to add to this. I keep seeing on twitter etc everyone is shocked, shocked I tell you – that Obama knew about NK mini nukes in 2013 and “was too weak to do anything about it”. I don’t doubt for a second that he is a weakling however this (IMHO) was purely strategic by Obama, not an act of stupidity of weakness.

    Obama allowed the NK to have their nukes bc he knew he would be giving Iran tons of cash to buy them off the Norks. NK’s launches have been sales demos for the Iranians not legitimate threats to the US.

    See how that works???

    Meanwhile the “Obama is so stupid and weak he doesn’t know what he is doing” widespread belief provides him cover for his nefarious actions. Never forget how much Obama hates the US. He knew exactly what he was doing.

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  2. amber says:

    POTUS couldn’t even muster up something nice to say about Sessions. He must be disgusted.

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  3. Ber Knar says:

    Taken from a source in the UK and if valid then Trump is accurate and grateful for the Ruskies removing 755 persons. Looks like the embassy pays Ruskies to work there.

    “A spokesman for the Kremlin, Dmitry Peskov, said that the 755 staff could include Russian citizens, a group who comprise the vast majority of the United States’ roughly 1,200 embassy and consulate employees in Russia

    This clarification means there is unlikely to be a mass expulsion of US diplomatic staff from the country. Commenting on which diplomatic staff would have to go, Mr Peskov told reporters: “That’s the choice of the United States.”

    He added: “(It’s) diplomats and technical employees. That is, we’re not talking purely about diplomats – obviously, there isn’t that number of diplomats – but about people with non-diplomatic status, and people hired locally, and Russian citizens who work there.”

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  4. WeThePeople2016 says:

    The New York Businessman and Leader was in full view in this Press Conference. Trump has taken the gloves off with Ditch Mitch. I love that he said ask me later if Mitch should resign from his post.

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  5. Howie says:

    Why not evac the South Koreans out of Seoul before we attack if we have to? The fools over the last 30 years have left us in this mess. The can has been kicked to the end of the road.

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    • Jmkny says:

      Seoul is huge. When I lived there in 97-99 the US military didn’t even have enough fuel in country to evacuate US non combatants. Never mind all the European and Canadian ex-pats whose embassies tell their citizens that the evacuation plan is to knock on the American embassy door.

      South Korea wanted back Yongsan, they got it. Let them defend their own country. The only time they seem to like our military presence there is when the Kims do their sabre rattling. When things calm down and it’s quiet, they don’t want us there. Give them what they want I say.

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  6. rodney says:

    I note that many world leaders in my life have been called “madman” to explain behaviour that is not rational for the scenario that is presented. I believe the real issue with NK is the fear of an agreement between China, the US, and others to “reassess” NKs place in the big picture. I think any nuke missle threat is actually a poison pill with what they can complete in time aimed around the compass.

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