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From the moment that the surprise tweet from President Donald Trump about the possibility of a summit with North Korea was released, the first question everyone was asking was when and how could we possibly get a real conversation about the issues of North Korea’s nuclear weapons and how to stop them. The answer seems to be “in the middle of next week.”
“It will be a very interesting week, week-end and week-end,” White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said Thursday morning.
But the question became more of a reality when President Trump sent out his tweet on June 11 about the possibility of a summit.
“Will President Trump meet with Kim Jong-un of North Korea,” he tweeted.
The reaction from the media and from the Democrats was that Trump had sent out a propaganda piece and had undermined the entire U.S. foreign policy to date.
But then the administration followed up with another tweet at the end of the week stating that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo would be going to Pyongyang on Sunday and Kim would be meeting with him later in the week.
And then Monday came and President Trump sent out another tweet saying “KOREAN WAR TO END! The United States, and all of its GREAT people, should be very proud of what is now taking place in Korea!”
This signaled that a summit could happen and that this was not just some ruse by President Trump to draw in the attention of the media.
“I think we’ll see something that is of significant size between the U.S. and North Korea sometime next week,” former White House spokesman Sean Spicer told ABC News.
Then on Tuesday, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Joseph Dunford was quoted saying that he thinks we are “closer to a solution” that will result in a denuclearized Korean peninsula.
And then just after midnight on Wednesday, The Washington Post reported that the U.S. is “suspending joint military exercises with South Korea and sending a lower-level delegation to Pyongyang to prepare for a second summit between President Trump and North Korea’s Kim Jong Un.”
By now most people seem to be over the idea of the summit actually taking place. But what many do not realize is that this is the road to negotiations that we have been on for decades.
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