Trump played by the Rocket Man?
Everyone wanted it to be true. Trump was actually looking for a mantel to become the home of his Noble Peace prize. It all seemed so sudden and more unpredictable than even Trump himself. After sixty-five years, the dream of peace on the Korean peninsula is still a possibility. The two players in this matter will, well, play. After releasing three American detainees, Kim Jong-Un may have felt he’s standing on some moral plateau.
According the Associated Press, “North Korea on Wednesday (5-15-2018) canceled a high-level meeting with South Korea and threatened to scrap a historic summit next month between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un over military exercises between Seoul and Washington that Pyongyang has long claimed are invasion rehearsals.”
The White House was caught off-guard by this recent disposition from the Supreme Leader in North Korea. In many ways, Kim Jong-Un is just as much of an amateur with worldwide diplomatic relations as Trump. Our President always warned that this could happen. Much to his credit, he kept saying, “We’ll see what happens” which is what he says when he doesn’t have a clue about what will come next. Not having an answer to any question is rather amazing for such a blatant blowhard like Trump.
As this story is hitting, the Senate Judiciary Panel investigating Russian interference in the 2016 Election has released a two-thousand-page transcript of interviews they conducted with key players from the Trump campaign and family. The interview with Donald Trump, Jr. was revealing and dodgy, at best. Don Jr. answered either, “Don’t recall,” “Don’t know,” or “Don’t remember,” sixty-seven times in his testimony. The word, “father,” appears more than 77 times in the transcript.
The big question of whether Trump Jr.’s dad, now the President of the United States, was involved with the writing of the first public statement about the meeting with Russians in Trump Tower remains cloudy. Trump Jr. says he didn’t tell his father, but he thinks he told Hope Hicks, the former White House Communications Director. One must assume that Donald’s trusted confidant would have informed the candidate of this big meeting.
The real question that we’ve been asking here in America, is whether Kim Jong-Un can be trusted. North Korea is trying to assess the credibility of our Great Orange Leader. Kim can go into the Trump summit with his trusting eyes wide open, or he can pour enough piss and vinegar to force Trump to pull out. If that happens, Trump will have two hot spots in the world, the Middle East, for being played by Netanyahu, and the Korean peninsula, after being played by the little Rocket Man.
There will be no great happiness or follow-up if the big meeting is canceled. Trump isn’t a leader who thinks ahead. There is never a Plan B for anything. He is so concentrated on his own optics and publicity that he never contemplates “what if.” In diplomacy, that “what if” is the rocket fuel that starts a peace plan or starts a war. Trump doesn’t grasp the bigger picture and the historical implications of what is happening.
The White House press secretary is saying that we “fully expected” what has transpired with North Korea. Really? What part of “face saving” do they not understand in the big white lie house.
This North Korean confrontation on the joint military actions (training missions) comes days after Trump said that Kim Jong-Un treated the detainees very excellently. One needs not only a shovel with this guy, but hip-boots as well. If someone arrests you, puts you in jail for three years and makes you do hard labor, in which part of all that is excellence?
Donald Trump, Jr., Jared Kushner, and Paul Manafort met with five Russians in the Trump Tower on June 9, 2016. In case you are not aware, this meeting has its own Wikipedia page. Don Jr. answered an email saying he was looking forward to the meeting, He believed it would produce Clinton emails that could help the Trump campaign. Isn’t it illegal to conspire with a foreign country to affect an America election?
Trump ripped up a nuclear agreement with Iran that was co-signed by the U.S., the U.K., France, China, Russia, Germany and the E.U. And what did he expect when he moved the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem? What does Trump think Kim Jong-Un is going to say when the elder leaders of his party keep warning him about Trump? It’s clear that the investigations into the Trump campaign by Robert Mueller’s team at the Special Counsel’s office are far from over. I believe they have more on the current administration than anyone knows, including Trump.
The old slogans, “What goes around comes around” and “as you sow, so shall you reap” now come sharply into focus. The bad karma Trump has created for himself by what he has said and done will finally come back to smack him in his little pie-hole. The end will produce a clearer image of this man who refuses to apologize and who is never wrong. Trump is a perfect fool living on his hill. The Beatles said it best, “His head in a cloud, the man with a foolish grin is talking perfectly loud. But nobody wants to hear him, they can see that he’s just a fool.”
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