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Is Kim Jong Un really ready to make a deal?

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By ERIC TALMADGE

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NK Fatso is just plain evil.

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How many military disputes has NK been involved in in the last 70 years?

Quite a few. Just ask the South Koreans.

@riperez Why does the "warmongering" U.S. keep paying 22% of the UN's budget?

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Wc62six says, "Its like, the democrats keep forgetting that the North Korean Regime are the bad guys, NOT the Americans". How many military disputes has NK been involved in in the last 70 years? How many military disputes has the US been involved in, how many elected governments has the US been involved in, how many sovereign nations has the US invaded in the last 70 years? How many military disputes in the US currently involved in? In the last 70 years the US has caused mayhem and misery in its attempt to dominate and bully the globe. Kim should NOT give up nuclear weapons until the US and Israel does likewise. Any nation without a nuclear program will be at risk to the same treatment as Vietnam, Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Syria... at the hands of the warmongering US.

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Is Kim Jong Un really ready to make a deal?

He had better be. He understands the alternative.

Ironically, Democrats are hoping the summit fails.

The Republicans are the ones who want it to fail. That’s clear as day.

What makes you say that, Stranger?

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Ironically, Democrats are hoping the summit fails.

The Republicans are the ones who want it to fail. That’s clear as day.

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“Ironically, Democrats are hoping the summit fails.”

Agree. For whatever reason or other, they don’t want Trump / Pompeo to have any progress with Pyongyang. Meanwhile, Japan doesn’t have to worry about missiles flying over their heads.

Its like, the democrats keep forgetting that the North Korean Regime are the bad guys, NOT the Americans.

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U.S. intelligence chiefs believe there is little likelihood Kim will voluntarily give up his nuclear weapons or missiles capable of carrying them.

Kim will never give those up. He's looking for recognition as a member of the "nuclear club," something previous US presidents refused to supply. With Trump, though, Kim sees a useful fool.

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Photo opp. For Kim.

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Ironically, Democrats are hoping the summit fails. They’d rather risk a nuclear war than for President Trump to have another win.

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