It's something that’s never been seen before:
Kim Jung-Un — the dictator for life of North Korea, son of a dictator, grandson of a dictator — walking into South Korea, meeting the democratically elected president, Moon Jae-In, to talk peace.
A lot of talk about mutual cooperation and humanitarian relief. Which is another way of saying: South Korea will bail out North Korea, and try to alleviate the devastation the dictatorship has done to its own people.
We need to be skeptical.
Yet this, so far, is unprecedented.
And Donald Trump is unprecedented. That’s why it’s happening.
Don’t take it from me. That's what the Foreign Minister of South Korea said.
Do you think it was Barack Obama? He picked up the Nobel Peace Prize eight months after his inauguration, but the committee made their decision literally weeks after he was elected, "for his extraordinary efforts to strengthen international diplomacy and cooperation between peoples.”
Yeah, except that didn’t work.
Then all the fancy people said Trump was a fool — especially when he engaged in “Twitter diplomacy”, showing Kim Jong-Un who was the real tough guy.
But that strategy that just worked.
So far, at least.
Donald Trump will not win the Nobel Prize, even if this deal is real.
But if it works, 50 million free South Koreans, and 25 million imprisoned North Koreans, will know who broke the 65-year-stalemate. And so will Donald Trump.
And so will the left, though they will never admit it, even grudgingly...
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