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2020 Democratic presidential candidate Julian Castro on Sunday criticized President trump for meeting with North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un without any claims of the hermit Kingdom’s strongman.
Fresh from receiving a boost from its performance in the first Democratic presidential debate last week, Castro used the spotlight to lambast trump are made for the “raising the profile of a dictator like Kim Jong-Un”, without any material gains.
“It is worrying that this President is erratic and is a meeting without the staff the work done,” Castro said during an appearance on ABC’s “This week.” “It seems like it’s not all for show, it’s the material.”
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The former Secretary for housing and urban development, added: “I’m for talking with our enemies, what’s happening here is this President, could the profile of a dictator like Kim Jong-Un, and now three times, visited with him unsuccessfully, because he’s doing it backwards.”
Kim, the suspect ordered the killing of his half-brother over a plot of land with a nerve agent at a Malaysian airport in the year 2017. Meanwhile, the United Nations said in may that about 10 million people in North Korea suffer from “severe food shortages” after the North had one of the worst harvest in ten years.
Castro’s criticism of the President came just hours after Trump and Kim meet in the demilitarized zone between North and South Korea, and shortly joined the North – what to do to him the first sitting U.S. leader.
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After asking if Kim wanted him to cross, Trump took 10 steps in the North with Kim at his side, then escorted Kim back to the South, for talks on “Freedom House”, where they agreed to revive the stalled negotiations.
The spectacle marks the latest milestone in two years of roller-coaster diplomacy between the two Nations. Personal taunts of “Little Rocket Man” (the Trump), and “mentally confused US dotard” (Kim) and threats to destroy another possibility-again, off-again talks, occupations, love, and flowery letters.
“I was proud to step over the line” Trump Kim said, as they met on the South Korean side of the truce village of Panmunjom. “It is a great day for the world.”
Kim greeted the moment, said trump, “I think this is an expression of his willingness, the elimination of the unfortunate past and open a new future.” Kim added that he was “surprised” when Trump gave an unorthodox invitation via a tweet on Saturday.
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When he left South Korea on his flight to Washington, Trump tweeted that he was “a wonderful meeting” with Kim. “Stand on the soil of North Korea, an important statement for all of us, and a great honor!”
Trump had previously said the two were to each other. Regards, for example, “two minutes,” but they end together spending more than an hour The President of Freedom House-an interview with Kim by his daughter and son-in-law, Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner, both senior White House advisors.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.