Donald Trump said Wednesday that a war would have broken out with North Korea, killing “millions of people,” if he had not been elected president of the United States.
The latter went on to say that his Democratic predecessor Barack Obama was very close to waging war at the end of his term. Which was ultimately avoided by his own rapprochement with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Donald Trump, however, refused to set a deadline for the denuclearization of North Korea.
“I do not want to go into that game. If it takes two years, three years, or five years … it does not matter, “ he told a news conference in New York, while his secretary of state Mike Pompeo set the deadline of January 2021.
Michael Moore predicted on Friday’s edition of HBO’s Real Time with host Bill Maher that President Trump will win the U.S. presidential election in 2020. Moore warned Trump will not leave office “if nobody stops him” because he “believes in being president for life.”
“He loves the dictators and I’m telling you my friends if we don’t stop it now you’ll look back at the show when we were all goofing around talking about The Handmaid’s Tale, but this is the moment,” Moore said of Trump.
Moore said he hoped his new documentary about Trump’s America, Fahrenheit 11/9, will get people to the voting booth in November.
In July 2016, Moore correctly predicted that Trump would win the election and the states of Wisconsin, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Michigan.
In October 2016, Moore said a Trump victory would be the “biggest f*** you ever recorded in human history.”
Moore correctly predicted soon after Trump’s election in November 2016 that there would be a “million women march.”