Mr. Trump spent the weekend on Twitter ranting about everything from Dr. Ron Jackson to North Korea and South Korea to the White House correspondents’ dinner that he elected not to attend for the second year in a row. He also bragged that his rally in Michigan was so big that “thousands of people” couldn’t get in.
Once again, Trump was on Twitter on Sunday night, this time boasting about The New York Times Sunday headline regarding the North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. All the while discrediting The Times, he attempted to take plenty of the credit himself for U.S. relations with North Korea although President Moon Jae-in of South Korea is perhaps the one that deserves the most credit.
According to The New York Times:
‘Keeping diplomatic developments coming at a head-snapping pace, the South Korean government said on Sunday that North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong Un, had told President Moon Jae-in that he would abandon his nuclear weapons if the United States agreed to formally end the Korean War and promise not to invade his country.’
In addition, ahead of a proposed meeting with Mr. Trump, Kim said he would also invite experts and journalists from South Korea and the U.S. to watch the shutdown net month of North Korea’s only known underground nuclear test site. However, Trump officials have been more cautious about the chances of reaching a deal and had laid out their own plan for dismantling the country’s nuclear program, which would have been over a two-year period.
Here’s what Twitter had to say to Trump:
Stay tuned for more Trump Twitter rants tomorrow.
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