President Trump is delivering progress and success on N Korea instead of the familiar concessions and excuses of his predecessors, Obama, Bush and Clinton. He spoke…
President Trump took a few moments while seated alongside German Chancellor Angela Merkel to take questions from reporters, notably, nothing from either rude agitators Jonathan Karl or Jim Acosta. The first question references the exoneration given to President Trump on the Russia, Russia, Russia cover for the Mueller witch hunt operated as a tool of the globalist COUP.
President Trump said, “It was a great report. No collusion, which I knew anyway, no coordination, no nothing. It’s a witch hunt, that’s all it is.” Trump called the report, “very powerful, very strong” and noted, “They were very forceful in saying that the Clinton campaign actually did contribute to Russia, so maybe somebody ought to look at that.” He won’t hold his breath waiting for Jeff Sessions to do his job. [[WATCH VIDEO BELOW]]
Trump said, “But what we really should do is get on with our lives and get on with a lot of things. We have a lot of great things happening including, including with North Korea.” Trump expanded on that topic, saying, “We are in total touch with both North Korea and South Korea. We’ll be setting up a meeting very shortly.”
He’s asked if there will be any breakthroughs on Iran expected in the course of the day. Trump acknowledged that they’ll be talking about Iran but doesn’t anticipate any major developments.
President Trump is asked if he believes that Kim Jong Un is playing games. Trump said, “I don’t think he’s playing, you know, it’s never gone like this, it’s never gone this far. I don’t think it’s ever had this enthusiasm for them wanting to make a deal.” He agrees, “The United States has been played beautifully, like a fiddle, because you had a different kind of a leader. We’re not gonna be played, okay?”
Trump says, “We’re going to hopefully make a deal, if we don’t that’s fine. The United States in the past was played like a fiddle. Money going in and nobody knew what was happening. The day after an arrangement was made…they start with the nuclear weapons again. That’s not happening to us. We will, I think, come up with a solution and if we don’t, we leave the room.
“With great respect we leave the room and we just keep it going.” President Trump also took the opportunity to praise President Xi of China for his help in moving the process along, particularly at their border with North Korea.
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