“One thing will work” With North Korea: Trump’s New Mysterious Statement

The US president said in an enigmatic message posted on Twitter that there was only one way to have with Pyongyang … without specifying which one. Two days earlier he had made a mysterious statement.

"One thing will work" with North Korea: Trump's new mysterious statement© Joshua Roberts
US President Donald Trump (illustration).

“Presidents and their administrations have been talking to North Korea for 25 years,” Donald Trump tweeted on October 7, adding, “The agreements and the huge sums of money paid had no effect . ”

“The agreements were violated even before the ink was dry,” continued the White House tenant. “Sorry, but there is only one thing that will work! “Said the President of the United States, without giving any further details.


At a reception on October 5 at the White House, he had already had an evasive sentence on the subject: “Maybe it’s calm before the storm.”

He had just attended a meeting with the main US military officials, where the sensitive issues of the day, including Iran and North Korea, were discussed. When questioned on October 6 on this statement, the US president had only replied: “You will see.”

“As he has said on many occasions, the president will never announce in advance [his strategy],” White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said on the same day in response to a question on the subject.

Climbing tensions between Washington and Pyongyang

A week ago, Secretary of State  Rex Tillerson confirmed the existence of contacts between the United States and North Korea . “I told Rex Tillerson, our wonderful Secretary of State, that he is wasting his time negotiating,” Donald Trump promptly responded through his Twitter account. “Keep your energy, Rex, we will do what we have to do,” he explained.

For the past several months, Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un have been verbal escalators, each of which has brandished the threat of a nuclear strike.

In his first major speech at the UN headquarters in mid-September, the US president threatened to “totally destroy” North Korea in the event of the outbreak of hostilities by Pyongyang.


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