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Gen. Jack Keane explains, the diplomatic strategy behind the President’s recent statements about North Korea and Iran.
After President Trump the play down of North Korea’s recent missile tests, Fox News contributor gen Jack Keane argues that the actions of Kim Jong Un “clearly a violation” of U. N. resolutions.
In an interview on “America’s Newsroom” Tuesday morning, Keane about the North Korean dictator motivations was asked.
“He started it weeks ago, when he fired anti-tank missiles, a new missile, and he has the firing of rockets and missiles with ever increasing range every week for weeks. Why does he do that?” Keane asked.
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Keane said that he agreed with President Trump, the missile tests were a “negotiation ploy.”
After the completion of the Hanoi summit, Keane is no compromise between the United States and North Korea said, prompting worries about the future.
“[Kim] came out of the Hanoi summit, with no sanction relief, that was his goal, the summit. And he was trying to win that ever since,” he said.
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Further, Keane added that he met with the Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Monday with President Trump, that the missile tests are a significant cause for concern that Japan is within range of North Korean missiles.
President Trump said in a tweet on Saturday that he had the trust of Kim Jong-Un.
“North Korea fired some small arms, which disturbed some of my people, and others, but not me,” wrote Trump.
“I have confidence that Chairman Kim will keep his promise to me, and smiled, as he Biden Swampman Joe a low IQ individual, & worse. Maybe you can send me a signal?”, he continued.
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In addition, Keane said, Kim Jong-Un wants another summit with President Trump, but refuses to negotiate on a lower level.
“Interesting enough, though, our people don’t have to reach out to Kim Jong-un to negotiate the people, and you want, at a lower level. You want said negotiations with the state on another summit,” Keane.