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President Donald Trump's wild man talk on North Korea is purely strategic, according to a report from Axios last week.
In an Oval Office meeting in early September, President Trump gave his top trade negotiator, Robert Lighthizer, an Art of the Deal-style coaching session on how to negotiate with the South Koreans.The report goes on to say it's the same situation with his talk on North Korea. I don't personally think threatening North Korea actually benefits anything, but at least this means there's some logic behind it.
The time to act on North Korea, if there ever was a time to act, was two decades ago before they got nukes.
I strongly believe working with the North Koreans and bringing them into the modern world would do more to undermine their government than any threats.
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