Donald Trump claims that Kim Jong Un does not want to break promise to him four hours after he does exactly that.

By |2019-05-04T14:38:36-08:00May 4th, 2019|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , , , , |4 Comments

Unfortunately, this tweet came out four hours after North Korea fired off the ballistic missiles which they promised they would no longer test while negotiating with the US.

Courtesy of The Independent

Donald Trump has insisted the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un will not break “the promise he made” about denuclearisation, hours after the secretive communist state fired several short-range missiles from its east coast.

Described as “several projectiles” by the South Korean military, they flew distances ranging from 44 to 124 miles after they were launched off the Hodo peninsula coast, according to South Korea’s joint chiefs of staff.

If it is confirmed that North Korea fired banned ballistic missiles, it would be the first such launch by Pyongyang since November 2017.

Seoul later said it was “very concerned” about the test launch and urged its northern neighbor to resume nuclear negotiations.

Mr. Kim has previously promised not to test nuclear weaponry or intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs).

So did Trump not know about this at all?

Or did he know, and then ask Kim, who told him not to believe his intelligence agencies and to instead trust him, just like he trusts Vladimir Putin?

And speaking of Putin, it turns out that he has requested that Trump relax sanctions on North Korea as well.

Courtesy of Bloomberg:

President Donald Trump initiated a lengthy call with his Russian counterpart on Friday, in which Vladimir Putin urged sanctions relief for North Korea and warned against interference in Venezuela, the Russian embassy in Washington said.


On North Korea, the Russian embassy said Putin and Trump “noted the importance of consistent progress towards denuclearization and achieving long-term normalization on the Korean Peninsula.” Putin briefed Trump about his April 25 meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Vladivostok.

Hours after their talk, North Korea fired numerous short-range projectiles off its eastern coast, according to South Korean authorities, a move seen as Kim’s latest and most provocative signal of frustration over talks with Trump following the pair’s failed summit in Vietnam in February.

That’s right Trump initiated a phone call with Vladimir Putin, that we only know about because Russia is bragging about it, during which Putin told Trump to relax sanctions against North Korea, warned him against interfering in Venezuela, and celebrated the end of the Mueller investigation. 

And while Putin is giving Trump his marching orders Russia continues to launch cyber attacks against America, and North Korea fires off ballistic missiles like they are bottle rockets in a suburban backyard. 

How does anybody fool themselves into believing that Trump has a handle on any of this?

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  1. aNOn May 5, 2019 at 7:29 am

    Statement says Putin suggested easing sanctions against North Korea the day before Kim Jong Un’s regime tested more rocket launchers.

    tinydjt tweet>
    Very good call yesterday with President Putin of Russia. Tremendous potential for a good/great relationship with Russia, despite what you read and see in the Fake News Media. Look how they have misled you on “Russia Collusion.” The World can be a better and safer place. Nice!
    5:49 AM – May 4, 2019

  2. anonymous May 5, 2019 at 7:32 am

    Little Rocket Man is every bit as trustworthy as you are, #DerangedDonald.

  3. Anonymous May 5, 2019 at 8:26 am

    Dr. James Muller, a cardiologist at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, is a co-founder of International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War — which won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1985. Now recent events, such as the incendiary dialogue between the United States and North Korea, have prompted him to renew his anti-nuclear work.

    Muller: Part of the nuclear problem is the word that often comes up: unimaginable. And the doctors’ contributions is to make the darn thing imaginable. You know, to talk about the burned children that will result from use of a nuclear weapon, to make the point that this could happen. So many parts to the nuclear story are horrible to think about, but one wonderful thing is that, after 1985, they began to dismantle thousands of Russian and American nuclear weapons. We’re down to 15,000 now, from over 60,000. There are now nine nuclear weapons states. There were six at the time. The weapons have spread to North Korea and Pakistan and India. We’re as close to nuclear war as we were in 1953.

    Why do we not see huge headlines about that?

    It’s a hidden threat. You know, the environmental threat is in our face. We see the fires. We see the floods. The nuclear one, it’s like a hidden dragon that’s kind of hidden underneath the surface so you can’t see it.

  4. Anonymous May 5, 2019 at 8:53 am

    Also, Trump authorized a 2 million dollar payment to North Korea for Otto Warmbier. Otto didn’t even make it long after being released, he was horribly brain damaged. They murdered him and Trump paid them anyway.

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