How Do You Solve A Problem Like Korea?

South Korean president Moon Jae In and North Korean ruler Kim Jong Un personally met yesterday near the border of their two countries. The hope is the two men can agree to finally end the Korean War and normalize relations.

The golden doors on the stately North Korean building swung open and leader Kim Jong Un, in a black Mao suit and surrounded by a gaggle of officials, descended steps towards the border. Not since the 1950-53 Korean War had a North Korean leader set foot on South Korean soil.

With a smile, Kim stretched out his hand toward a waiting, and smiling, South Korean President Moon Jae-in, who stood between the squat, blue buildings that straddle the border at Panmunjom.

So, how do you solve a problem like Korea? Apparently, you get President Trump involved. What, we can only give the president blame, and never some actual credit?

8 thoughts on “How Do You Solve A Problem Like Korea?

  1. Trump could personally find the cure for cancer and the Left Wing, Lap Dog Media would tell us what a mean, fascist bast%^d he is because of all the treatment clinic people who are going to lose their jobs.

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  2. Trump honestly deserves the Nobel Peace Prize in my opinion. He has moved our embassy to Jerusalem, has made inroads with China and now with North Korea. It is so refreshing not to have a politician in charge! I do agree with “Trust but verify” as Reagan believed in.

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