in the vicinityVideoRep. Gabbard: Trump makes a mistake thought that North Korea is not a threat
President Trump criticism which has been directed to downplay North Korea missile tests; reacts 2020 democratic presidential candidate Rep. Tulsi Gabbard.
President Trump “a big mistake” is thinking that his relationship with Kim Jong-Un enough to forge claims a deal, Tulsi Gabbard.
Rep. Gabbard, D-Hawaii, and 2020 presidential candidate, told Neil Cavuto on “your world” Trump “personal charm” and the relationship with the North Korean leader will not lead, in itself, an agreement to denuclearize the Korean Peninsula.
She also said that, based on his behavior, it does not always seem as if the President understands the seriousness of the situation with North Korea.
“Every single day that passes is a day that North Korea can continue to try to strengthen their nuclear capability,” Gabbard says. “So, I think President Trump is a great mistake, that his own personal charm or his relationship or friendship with Kim Jong-Un will be enough to reach to make a deal, our goal.”
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Gabbard claimed that they would, if elected, to de-escalate tensions and “at the end of this nuclear ‘Cold war’.”
The Hawaii legislature claims to Trump the decision to distance the U.S. from the Iran nuclear deal could make it more difficult to reach an agreement with Pyongyang on its own denuclearization.
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“If you are in Kim’s position, ask yourself, why should I make an agreement to get rid of nuclear weapons, if I don’t know to decide whether this President or a future President is going back on an agreement to wage a regime change, war or something else,” Gabbard calculated.
It is characterized Trump foreign policy as a “shoot from the hip” strategy.
Trump’s last meeting with Kim in February in Hanoi, Vietnam. The two leaders were not able to reach a deal to Trump short-cut to the summit on a difference of opinion about sanctions.
“Sometimes you have to go,” Trump said after the meeting.