Ron Paul asks: Who Won at the Summit? Trump or Kim?

Yesterday’s meeting between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un was history in the making. By all accounts the meeting went well. Trump looks like a peacemaker and Kim looks to have delivered security to his people while continuing the process toward peace with his southern neighbor. Neocons and political opponents of Trump in the US are furious. Who wins from the meeting? Join us for today’s Ron Paul Liberty Report:

Reprinted from The Ron Paul Institute for Peace & Prosperity.

3 thoughts on “Ron Paul asks: Who Won at the Summit? Trump or Kim?”

  1. I wonder if those working on Trump’s foreign policy have noticed a possible geopolitical implications for Middle East conflict of working out new deals with NOKO such as peeling off Kim from supporting the Ayatollah’s in Iran. Pyongyang is known to supply weapons including missiles to the regime in Tehran. Surely the Israelis and Saudis would prefer to not face NOKO rocket’s if they decide to conflict with the Iranians in coming months as many observers expect them to do. The new U.S./NOKO détente may actually accelerate war in this other region. Trump’s military legacy may be Peace in Asia with War in the Middle East.

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