January 23, 2018

Trump on North Korea: Past presidents ‘left me a mess’

Trump on North Korea: Past presidents ‘left me a mess’

President Donald Trump promised to ‘fix the mess’ surrounding North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un. The leaders of both countries have suggested using military action in recent weeks as tensions continue to grow.


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  1. Guy Forget

    America is a joke. Your own country is about to have a racial civil war and you are judging a nation that has the lowest crime rate and the highest stability and order in society. Don't judge the speck in someone else's eye when you have a plank in your own eye.

  2. Giup Nguoi Giup Doi

    If any Past president 'left you a mess' then why you complain? If I were you, I am going to fix it by the way what I have to do. Why I have to sit down and walk around and think too much. You have power inside you, not anyone gives you a power. Do it if you need to do. Just keep quiet and Bang. That is all about. Russian, China will surprise when they see on the map there is no more North Korea on the Google. That all.

  3. Rata 4U

    Ok, fix it. You're so smart right?

    "Win after win — that you're going to be begging me: 'Please, Mr. President, let us lose once or twice. We can't stand it any more.' And I'm going to say: 'No way. We're going to keep winning. We're never going to lose. We're never, ever going to lose."

    All this president has up to now was lose. Please, jackass, can we win once or twice? We can't stand it anymore!

  4. Jon Snow

    They HAVE left a mess regarding North Korea… they've been threatening us regularly and trying to develop nuclear capabilities for decades… they should have been handled long ago and instead presidents have ignored them until it reached a boiling point. You don't have to disagree with trump just because he's the one who said it… he's right

  5. Jay William

    If you want to know what would happen to The US after an EMP attack just read the book One Second After. About 90 percent of our population will die wither a year. The book outlines how it would play out.
    Just think no electricity, all icu patients dead immediately, nursing homes, people dependent on medication to stay alive, you get the idea.
    That’s before you even take into account starvation and disease.
    Then also food riots, people will be desperate.
    There will be rogue gangs armed to The teeth that will go door to door killing people in their homes and taking food and anything of value in their homes.
    Please don’t kid yourselves, EMP serious and we are not prepared to handle it as a nation.


    If he had been taking intelligence briefings and thinking about the situations in important political areas of the world for the past nine months, instead of golfing, doing base rallies, and constantly sending ludicrous tweets he would have known that Kim was developing ICBMs and nuclear weapons. He can't blame it on previous presidents, it is totally his fault that the the situation is what it is.

  7. cesar varela

    thats were north Korean said about the usa too I think trump are that one started painting with the wide brush so he are doing this his self no excuses to blame anybody else he need the response for for any mistake he are doing wrong

  8. Adam kaka

    Why America think they have right to bully every country they please !? I'm glad North Korea and Iran they do have nuclear weapons and they can defends themselves .. But shame on those brainless Arab country's for letting America boss them around like that and still there oil .
    coward Arabs ..

  9. Powerage Scott

    trump is used to getting his own way with his businesses. We need a seasoned politician, savvy in the art of negotiation in the White house. North Korea hasn't attacked anyone and yet, he and his trumpbots are Gung Ho for nuclear war. Please donald, resign before the children of your trumpbots burn in a nuclear holocaust.

  10. TechDudeization

    Harry Truman April 12, 1945 – January 20, 1953
    speaks Korean war

    Dwight Eisenhower January 20, 1953 – January 20, 1961
    Talks On Korea Armistice In White House (1950)

    John F KennedyJanuary 20, 1961 – November 22, 1963

    Lyndon B. Johnson November 22, 1963 – January 20, 1969

    Richard Nixon January 20, 1969 – August 9, 1974

    Gerald Ford, Gerald Ford August 9, 1974 – January 20, 1977
    Arrives for a whirlwind visit to South Korea.

    Jimmy Carter January 20, 1977 – January 20, 1981
    CNN Interview on North Korea

    Ronald Reagan January 20, 1981 – January 20, 1989
    President Reagan's Remarks to the troops in the DMZ

    George H. W. Bush January 20, 1989 – January 20, 1993

    Bill Clinton January 20, 1993 – January 20, 2001
    On Virtues of North Korean Nuclear Deal

    George W Bush January 20, 2001 – January 20, 2009
    Bush Press Conference, North Korea Question

    Barack Obama January 20, 2009 – January 20, 2017
    Obama Goes Off At North Korea

    Trump on North Korea: Past presidents 'left me a mess'

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