Trump Distances WH From Saboteur Bolton's 'Libya Model' Plan For NK, Scales Back Military Drill"This is the President Trump model. He's going to run this the way he sees fit."
May. 17, 2018
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President Trump is fighting back against John Bolton's attempt to sabotage his peace talks with North Korea.
John Bolton tried his best to sabotage President Trump's peace talks with North Korea around two weeks ago by repeatedly and publicly making insane comments demanding North Korea follow "The Libya Model" of nuclear disarmament.
Libya's leader Muammar Gaddafi gave up his nuclear weapons program around 2004 in an attempt to normalize relations with the US only to be sodomized to death by Western-backed rebels a few years later.
Kim Jong-un has said repeatedly he has no desire to meet the same fate as Gaddafi and threatened to pull out of peace talks early Wednesday, citing Bolton's inflammatory comments.
As The Independent reported early Wednesday:
In a statement issued by the North Korean Central News Agency [KCNA], Mr Kim took issue in particular with Mr Bolton's references to the so-called Libya model of nuclear abandonment and his statements on "complete, verifiable and irreversible denuclearisation."Late Wednesday, Trump's White House scrambled to distance themselves from Bolton's Libya comments and reportedly scaled back their military drills with South Korea.
The White House on Wednesday downplayed comments by national security adviser John Bolton, who recently invoked Libya's decision to denuclearize during the Bush administration as a model for US policy on North Korea, potentially placing a planned US-North Korea summit in jeopardy.The Pentagon also said there was no plan to send B-52 bombers, which North Korea feared were aimed at launching preemptive strikes against their country, to their upcoming drill.
From The Straits Times:
The US military's B-52 nuclear bombers are unlikely to participate in air drills between the United States and South Korea after Pyongyang pulled out of planned high-level talks with the South to protest against the exercise, South Korean media reported yesterday.Hopefully, Bolton's latest attempt to sabotage peace talks with North Korea will fail.
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