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If he pulls it off, great any thing which reduces the likelihood of war is good.

In spite of some very aggressive comments , Trump knows full well he cannot bomb North Korea into submission, Kim's Nukes are in granite right up against the Chinese and Russian Borders.

There would be fallout affecting both China and Russia and they would retaliate.
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If the Singapore meeting ends with a denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, then the world can breathe a sigh of relief.

Trump must be given credit for trying, when weak U.S. Presidents like O'Bama wet their pants in the face of threats.
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Re: nuclear summit in singapore

Originally Posted by bakerman ->
If the Singapore meeting ends with a denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, then the world can breathe a sigh of relief.

Trump must be given credit for trying, when weak U.S. Presidents like O'Bama wet their pants in the face of threats.
I agree.

I can't see why people try to demean him over this or say it's a waste of time. At least he's trying.
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Re: nuclear summit in singapore

Originally Posted by bakerman ->
If the Singapore meeting ends with a denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, then the world can breathe a sigh of relief.

Trump must be given credit for trying, when weak U.S. Presidents like Obama wet their pants in the face of threats.
Fixed that for you ..
Will the Donald be in the running for a Nobel Peace Prize I wonder.
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I always wondered why Obama - and I think he was a good man -got the Nobel Peace Prize before he had done anything ?
However he did give it all to charity do they all do that ?
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It’s an attendance only award, if Al Gore can get one then why not Obama?
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Re: nuclear summit in singapore

Originally Posted by bakerman ->
If the Singapore meeting ends with a denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, then the world can breathe a sigh of relief.

Trump must be given credit for trying, when weak U.S. Presidents like O'Bama wet their pants in the face of threats.
If the meeting results in denuclearization, I'll give a party for the Red Cross and shout every 050 member a trip around the world.

Everybody knows that's not going to happen.
And frankly, If I were North Korean, I'd be a bit reluctant too - given the USA's history of aggression.

I don't believe O'Bama was 'wet' - just realistic.
Trumps ็hest-thumping will achieve nothing - except perhaps an escalation.
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If the meeting results in denuclearization, I'll give a party for the Red Cross and shout every 050 member a trip around the world.

Everybody knows that's not going to happen.
And frankly, If I were North Korean, I'd be a bit reluctant too - given the USA's history of aggression.

I don't believe O'Bama was 'wet' - just realistic.
Trumps ็hest-thumping will achieve nothing - except perhaps an escalation.
There are no North Koreans to be reluctant, there is only Kim, he decides the mood of the state
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Even so, I repeat.
"If I were North Korean, I'd be a bit reluctant too - given the USA's history of aggression".

Ponder. Take away all the nukes and what do you think would happen ?
A benign, benevolent USA springing to their aid, somehow creating
democracy, civil rights, free trade etc etc etc ???
Yeah right, it's worked so well elsewhere.

Not saying that the North Koreans having nukes is a good thing - but it is their only bargaining chip which they are not going to give up easily.
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It would probably work better than they have at present a starving oppressed disenfranchised people .
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