Friday, June 30, 2017

President Trump: The ‘Era Of Strategic Patience’ With North Korea Has ‘Failed’



NBC: Trump: ‘Era of Strategic Patience’ with North Korea has ‘Failed’

President Donald Trump was forceful and direct Friday, presenting a united front against what he called the "reckless and brutal regime in North Korea," as he stood next to South Korean President Moon Jae-in.

"The North Korean dictatorship has no regard for the safety and security of its people or its neighbors," Trump said in the Rose Garden on Friday. "And has no respect for human life — and that's been proven over and over again."

The latest sign of brutality from the regime, Trump said, resulted in the death of American Otto Warmbier, who was released back to the United States earlier this month after being held in North Korea for over a year.

Signaling an urgency on North Korea and their continued nuclear efforts, Trump stressed "the era of strategic patience with the North Korean regime has failed".

"Frankly, that patience is over," he said.

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WNU Editor: North Korea's development of nuclear weapons and the long range missiles to deliver them has changed the strategic situation in this part of the world. President Trump is right .... the "era of strategic patience" has not worked, and a new strategy needs to be found.

More News On President Trump's remarks That The ‘Era Of Strategic Patience’ With North Korea Has ‘Failed’

Trump says strategic patience with North Korea over -- Reuters
Trump, hosting Moon, sees 'many options' on N.Korea -- AFP
Trump: US patience with the North Korean regime 'is over' -- CNN
Trump: We have 'many options' on North Korea -- Politico

5 comments:

Bert Bert said...

Now starts the strategy of impatience.

D.Plowman said...

Whats telling is that when he began to say 'We are working with...' he left out China.

fazman said...

Hes got 6 months to a year, so l hope so.

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Jac said...

All dictator are strong of our weakness. Hitler himself was proud of that.