Trump: Democrats Against North Korea Summit Just Like They Defend MS-13 & Attack Tax Cuts
President Donald Trump sent out a sharply worded tweet against Democrats, accusing them of cheering his administration’s failure with North Korea.
He’s got a point.
Democrats are so obviously rooting against us in our negotiations with North Korea. Just like they are coming to the defense of MS 13 thugs, saying that they are individuals & must be nurtured, or asking to end your big Tax Cuts & raise your taxes instead. Dems have lost touch!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 25, 2018
Democrats want it both ways. First, they criticize and condemn the president for his diplomatic dealings with North Korea and Kim Jong Un. Then they criticize and condemn when his diplomacy is snubbed and North Korea scorns the summit.
What do they want?
Here’s the real deal: Dems don’t care so much about stabilizing U.S. relations with North Korea as they do about using North Korea as a platform to politically destroy this White House.
From the Daily Caller:
President Donald Trump hit back at his Democratic critics for allegedly cheering on his cancellation of a summit between himself and North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un.
Trump [in his tweet] appears to be referencing comments by Democratic House leader Nancy Pelosi who remarked that the president’s letter read “kind of like a Valentine” and “when you got this letter from the president saying, ‘okay, never mind,’ [Kim Jong Un] must be having a giggle fit right there now in North Korea.”
Pelosi also defended MS-13 gang criminals recently and derided Republican-led tax cut legislation as “crumbs.”
Trump canceled the summit in a Thursday letter saying, “Sadly, based on the tremendous anger and open hostility displayed in your most recent statement, I feel it is inappropriate, at this time, to have this long-planned meeting.”
Trump noted that he still hopes to meet Kim Jong-Un at some point if their regime agrees to the terms set out by the U.S. and said if he changes his mind that they should not hesitate to reach out. The president thanked the North Koreans for releasing three U.S. hostages detained by the regime under false pretenses.
Article posted with permission from Pamela Geller