President Trump Just Broke His Silence, Says The Truth That Hasn’t Been Said In 78 Years

The President has been tasked with an issue that has been around for decades, and that problem is dealing with North Korea. They have proven to be quite the wild card that no other president could seem to tame.

History repeats itself, and the president has made it very clear that he is not going to make the same mistakes previous world leaders have when it comes to dealing with rogue nations like North Korea.

He said this in one of his most famous tweets yet:

“SOUTH KOREA IS FINDING, AS I HAVE TOLD THEM, THAT THEIR TALK OF APPEASEMENT WITH NORTH KOREA WOULD NOT WORK, THEY ONLY UNDERSTAND ONE THING!”

President Trump has understood that most people haven’t. That is that talking will never work with a country like North Korea. Kim Jong Un is a vicious dictator that will stop at nothing to destroy America. Which is why we could never talk out of it.

The world is becoming a more dangerous place and Kim Jong Un has launched his sixth nuclear test while confirming the validity of North Korea’s nuclear ascendancy.

While South Korea begins to prepare for anything that might happen, many people feel it would be a better solution to just submit to North Korea’s demands. After all is a war really worth it?

One man in history made a similar mistake over 78 years ago and that would be Neville Chamberlain, Prime Minister of Britain at the time. He felt it was best to try to talk to Nazi Germany to obtain peace. He figured if they submitted to Hitler’s demands then everything would be better. It didn’t end up going that way.

And now in 2017 here we are again posed with the same question. The good news is we now have a president who knows that talking to Kim Jong un or submitting to his demands isn’t going to solve anything.

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