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Choice News WEDNESDAY, FEB 27, 2019  |  11 comments  |  1 commentary
One-on-One: Trump, Kim confront North Korea’s nuke plans
With nervous world capitals looking on, President Donald Trump and North Korea’s Kim Jong Un are beginning their second nuclear summit with a one-on-one discussion and an intimate dinner as hard questions swirl about what the American president will demand and Pyongyang might be willing to give up.

The two leaders and their aides encamped in Hanoi after long journeys by plane, train and automobile — Trump on Air Force One, Kim in an armored railcar and limousine — for two days of talks addressing perhaps the world’s biggest security challenge: Kim’s nuclear program that stands on the verge of realistically threatening targets around the planet.

Although many experts are skeptical Kim will give up the nuclear weapons he likely sees as his best guarantee of continued rule, there was a palpable, carnival-like excitement among many in Hanoi as final preparations were made for Wednesday’s summit ...

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News Item3/1/19 8:55 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
David Brooks wrote:
I actually give the Trump administration a fair bit of credit on this. You would talk to people two years ago who really knew the North Korean situation from the inside, and they were terrified. I would ask people with security clearances, is it better or worse than I think? They said, it's way worse.

And so we were in scary times with a pseudo-confrontation with a nuclear-armed power. And now we're in a much better place. So it's better to talk. It's better to just at least keep them engaged. It's better to probe to see if there's anybody in the regime who is willing to be semi-decent.

And, if it's not there, you walk away from the deal. And I'm frankly glad Donald Trump walked away from a deal, rather than have a cheap political win. So are we in a good place? No, but we're in a lot better place than we were two years ago....

excerpts from, "Shields and Brooks on Cohen testimony, North Korea summit"

Yes, Timothy, they should have had a meeting of minds of the underlings and then a public agreement of the head guys.


News Item3/1/19 7:39 PM
Dr. Tim | Land of Cotton  Find all comments by Dr. Tim
You’re probably right, Jim. He should have sent Ambassador Rodman.

News Item3/1/19 12:30 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
ABC News Radio Online wrote:
"We have been respectful during this summit process. Now we must speak out. Kim and his evil regime are responsible for the death of our son Otto. Kim and his evil regime are responsible for unimaginable cruelty and inhumanity. No excuses or lavish praise can change that," Fred and Cindy Warmbier said in a statement....
excerpts from, "Otto Warmbier's family speaks out against Trump's defense of Kim Jong Un in son's death"

The family won a half a billion dollar lawsuit against North Korea, there's no chance of North Korea paying any of that I would think.

What I have read from other sources is that Trump should had the State Department have talks with lower-level diplomats of North Korea to see if there could be some agreement reached on various topics before he even went to a second summit with Kim.


News Item2/28/19 11:13 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
I will have to congratulate Mr. Trump of not making any deal, instead of a bad one. (Korea's Kim Jong Un concluded their second summit in Vietnam in an apparent stalemate,...)


News Item2/27/19 9:46 PM
Wayfarer pilgrim | Lubbock, Tx  Find all comments by Wayfarer pilgrim
Kim has taken his nuclear program and placed it in underground cities. He could move his army and move them through tunnels wide enough for a mile long column of every tank and bmp he has in his disposal. But it would be a useless task after killing 9 million South Korean citizens, 20 million Japanese citizens and possibly 20 million US citizens in multiple attacks.
That’s what Obama left on the table, and if y’all want to pray, then pray for our president. He’s all we got, and that’s it in a nutshell. Keep your powder dry on the impeachment process, I wouldn’t have to look to hard to think the DNC were colluding with our enemies just as they always have.

News Item2/27/19 4:10 PM
Frank  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
Well, let’s see. Kim is one of the world’s most prolific murderers of innocent people.

He gained power and notoriety through his nuclear weapons.

Kim, his family and close associates are already very wealthy. He does not care about his citizens and simply watches them starve.

IMO, there is 0% possibility that Kim will do away with his nuclear program.

He is simply playing Trump for a fool.

And, if he did give it up it would make no difference. If N. Korea attacked another country with nuclear weapons, he and his entire empire would be destroyed and he knows that.


News Item2/27/19 2:59 PM
Adriel  Find all comments by Adriel
""two days of talks addressing perhaps the world’s biggest security challenge: Kim’s nuclear program that stands on the verge of realistically threatening targets around the planet.""

Thats worth talking about.👍

Not a subject Obama could have ventured into.

Well done Donald.👍


News Item2/27/19 1:13 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln (Vietnam summit: For Donald Trump, relations with foreign leaders tend to get personal) from which,
David Jackson wrote:
...For Donald Trump, it often seems like the personal really is the political – and the diplomatic.

As he did in his previous lives in business and reality television, the former star of "The Apprentice" applies a personal style to his dealings with foreign leaders – badgering some, buttering up others, sometimes using both honey and vinegar on the same person at different times....

Now an official peace treaty seems to be the main thing on the table, I seriously doubt they will have any positive effects on the situation on the ground, however.


News Item2/27/19 9:56 AM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
Youth in Asia wrote:
If all fails, they can just throw a money bomb; trillions of fake NK currency, which will devalue their currency,...
The Nazis attempted this:

News Item2/27/19 9:22 AM
Benjamin | KCK  Find all comments by Benjamin
Lol! YIA, that is a brilliant and quite devious plan of sabotage. . . And I love it!!!!!!😏

News Item2/27/19 3:59 AM
Youth in Asia | Asia  Find all comments by Youth in Asia
If all fails, they can just throw a money bomb; trillions of fake NK currency, which will devalue their currency, and make them dependent on some other bills, forcing a regime change or face a depression.
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