North, South Korean Leaders Join Hands. So Trump's 'Mean Words' Didn't Lead to WW3 After All.
Good news, North and South Korean leaders are moving closer to being BFFs. They've met with one another and they're promising to bury the hatchet thermonuclear device, once and for all.
These leftist tweets slamming the Donald for starting World War III haven't aged well. Note these names and dates:
Every taunt back and forth between Trump and Kim Jong Un makes deescalation and diplomacy less possible.— Ben Rhodes (@Ben Rhodes)1506113937.0
Question is not whether Donald Trump will get us all killed very soon. The question is whether it will be called an… https://t.co/VUsTqMA7o7— Dr Saqlain Shah (@Dr Saqlain Shah)1512576438.0
Yep, according to all these lefties, the Trump's tough talk is planting the seeds of Armageddon.
Other presidents kissed little Kim's rotund hind-regions. Trump put his orange foot down and say "enough is enough." Now, here we are just a short time later. Kimmy and South Korea's top dog are skipping across the 38th Parallel hand-in-hand. The Rocket Man is talking about finding a less explosive hobby. America might be about to have one less enemy. Looks like flexing a little muscle pays off.
I won't speak too soon and say this is a done deal. I know there's no button next to the global thermonuclear war switch that automatically turns a Grade-A douchenozzle with ambitions of world domination into a kitten. The point is progress is being made. Thankfully, in the opposite direction of Los Angeles resembling the future scene from Terminator 2. Though, to be honest, a nuclear wasteland might actually be an improvement over Hollywood's current status. I digress.
The left is so quick to lay down the Trump hate, they never wait to see if his policies actually work. Our relations with the fat man are better than they've been in many years. Mostly thanks to Trump not bowing down and begging Kim to pretty please not blow us up. We're the big kid on the block. Trump has no problem acknowledging as much and, at the moment, it's paying off.
Now, the question is how long before the left pulls a 180 and demands an all-out war with North Korea: