Trump Has Shown More Leadership Than Previous Presidents On North Korea, But There Is Still Progress To Be Made 6/13/18 - A Whittle Bit of Commentary

A Whittle Bit of Commentary with Chad Whittle

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There is no way to predict in the end how all of the Kim Jong Un business will turn out but let’s hope for the best.

Un isn’t the most stable person on the planet, so who knows how he’ll feel tomorrow. He could totally change his mind and start nuking up again.

Regardless of what happens in the months ahead, President Trump has already done more to bring peace to the region and has made more progress than any other president in my lifetime and yours too. He should receive and deserves credits for his efforts because peace would benefit all of us, including Never Trumpers.

You have some that are pointing out the horrible conditions and the prison camps of Kim Jong Un, and yes, all of that is bad and in the future I hope Trump or the next president can build on the progress and push him to close the camps and have better conditions for his people. All humans deserve to be free and safe.

But these things take time. Look how long it’s taken to have a meeting with him or to finally have a president willing to try to bring peace. You cannot just go into a meeting with an unstable crazy person guns blazing and demand him do everything you want all at once. I don’t know an example in history where that has occurred. You gotta take it a step at a time, but let’s all hope that Trump and future presidents can make Un have better conditions for his people. That should be on the negotiation table as well and the sooner the better.

Trump has made progress and for that he should be praised. He’s shown more leadership on the issue than any previous presidents and I hope that he progress continues so we all can have a safer world.

I’m Chad Whittle on A Whittle Bit of Commentary.

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