News that North Korea has pledged to suspend uranium enrichment and nuclear and long-range missile tests in return for U.S. food aid is drawing a cautious – and skeptical – reaction, given Pyongyang’s record of breaching previous such agreements.
“Today’s agreement with North Korea sounds a lot like the failed agreements of the past,” said Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-Fla.), chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee. “We have bought this bridge several times before.” .......To Read More....
My Take - This blast from the past is worth noting. We can see why the N. Koreans seemed to think they could get Trump to cave in on sanctions. They were used to dealing with Bush 1 and 2, Clinton and Obama. Allof whom were gutless, and Kim, who isn't the brightest pebble in the brook thought Trump wasn't any different.
It's called chess, not checkers!