Why Trump’s North Korea Success Is Example of “Genuis Level Diplomacy”

It has often been said that Ronald Reagan won the Cold War without firing a shot. Even as his political contemporaries and media pundits in the 1980’s mocked Mr. Reagan for what they dismissed as an overly-simplistic approach to world affairs, time and time again Reagan proved them wrong and in the end was the man most responsible for freeing hundreds of millions from the tyranny of an oppressive Soviet regime. The parallels between Reagan vs the Soviet government and Trump vs the North Korean government are striking.

 

A recent social media post by a Trump supporter described the President’s success with North Korea as “genius level diplomacy.”

The gist of that conclusion goes like this:

**Trump comes out swinging against North Korea warning the authoritarian regime he won’t put up with nonsense as previous presidents (Clinton, Bush, Obama) have done.

**Trump moved forcefully against China economically via demands for new trade agreements. While on the surface China tries to appear only mildly upset, behind the scenes Chinese officials are in a panic over what that could do to their economy. This, in turn, makes them, for the first time ever, take the sanctions against North Korea seriously.

**The North Korean regime starts to feel the impacts of real sanctions on them. China quietly but forcefully urges the regime to back off its nuclear ambitions.

**The Trump government is opening back channels of communication with both Chinese and North Korean government officials with an important assist from South Korean and Japanese counterparts. This is the moment when real progress toward possible peace begins.

**Trump orders military strikes against the Syrian regime. These strikes are shockingly precise and devastating. In dealing with Syria Trump is also sending a message to North Korea and North Korea takes note. This is a president who will move quickly with powerful military force should he feel the need to do so. The North Korean government soon after calls for meetings with South Korea – all leading to the remarkable events this week.

GENIUS LEVEL DIPLOMACY.


 

Watch South Korea’s Foreign Minister Tell CNN That Donald Trump Deserves All The Credit For Success With North Korea

It might very well be the most significant international success story in a generation and according to South Korean leaders most of the credit goes to President Donald Trump – the same president the U.S. media continues to demean, attack, and threaten at every turn.


 

On North Korea Trump Leads Where So Many Others Failed

President Trump’s tough talk and even tougher sanctions against North Korea were chastised by the far left as the workings of a warmonger. Liberals repeatedly cried on social media about how Mr. Trump was pushing us to war. 

Less than a year later the whole world appears to be changing for the better thanks in part to the tough and determined leadership of Donald Trump.

And now this “warmonger” president is overseeing a remarkable transformation on the Korean peninsula that could greatly improve the lives of hundreds of millions and make the rest of the world a much safer place. Bill Clinton made the North Korean situation worse. So too did George W. Bush and Barack Obama. In a matter of months, Donald Trump is managing to succeed where his presidential predecessors failed.


 

WOW! North & South Korea To March Together During Olympics!!! Trump Is Healing The World!

If this had happened under Barack Obama’s watch, the globalists would be falling over themselves to throw him another Nobel Peace Prize. Within just one year, the Trump administration has managed to bring North Korea to the bargaining table with South Korea, and now the two Koreas have agreed to join as one during the upcoming Olympic opening ceremonies.

Last week the South Korean president stated that President Trump deserved a great deal of credit for what is now being accomplished between the two Koreas. That high praise was then all but ignored by the American media. And now this remarkable development. Wonder if the media will finally give Mr. Trump some credit?

You shouldn’t count on it – but great news for the people of both Koreas, regardless.

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