jueves, 28 de febrero de 2019

President Trump Has Made Unthinkable Progress on North Korea

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President Trump Has Made Unthinkable Progress on North Korea

“Since 1949, the United States and our allies have been engaged in a complicated, high-stakes efforts to reduce the global threat posed by North Korea. The result? An isolated authoritarian regime with a sophisticated nuclear arsenal many thought unachievable,” Rep. Brian Babin (R-TX) writes in USA Today.

“Enter President Donald Trump, who was elected to shake up the status quo. With his bold new tack in dealing with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, we are closer to discovering a path to peace than we’ve been in decades. That progress was unthinkable little more than two years ago.”

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