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Monday, July 2, 2018
North Korea is Continuing with its Nuclear Program
President Porn Star Shagger thinks making a "deal" with Kim Jong Un is like making a deal with a real estate development conglomerate. Guess what? It isn't. Trump thinks he's a great business man and deal maker. Guess what? He isn't. He actually went bankrupt owning a casino!
And here he is admitting his great summit with Kim Jong Un may fall apart. Now he tells us, after assuring us and the world that "there is no longer a nuclear threat."
Trump is a charlatan and bull$hi++3r, and only his cultists believe him.
"President Donald Trump told Fox News Sunday he trusted Kim Jong Un would dismantle his nuclear program ("I made a deal with him"), but admitted the deal they agreed to in Singapore last month could fall apart.
"Have I been in deals, have you been in things where, people didn't work out? It's possible," he said. That's far from Mr. Trump's confident tone arriving home from the summit, when he tweeted, "There is no longer a nuclear threat."
Trump says he "trusts" Kim Jong Un after summit. But new satellite imagery shows an expansion of a missile-manufacturing site capable of producing missiles that could hit U.S. military installations in Asia.
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The North Koreans were finishing construction of the plant around the same time President Trump was meeting Kim in Singapore. "It goes to show the intentions and expectations that the North Koreans had going into the meeting," said David Schmerler, a researcher at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey. "It shows that they are fully committed to maintaining their ballistic missile program."
This comes on top of a Washington Post report that U.S. intelligence believes the North Koreans are planning to conceal the number of warheads in their arsenal."